Earlier to mid 19th century, incorporating earlier fabric, with later additions and alterations. Asymmetrical, 2-storey with raised basement, 4-bay, rectangular-plan house with castellated Tudor Gothic detailing; later full-height wing at rear forming near L-plan; further lower wing at rear forming U-plan with lower ancillary range adjoined to E, enclosing service courtyard. Painted harl; painted dressings. Moulded eaves to principal block; surmounting crenellated parapet. Narrow quoin strips throughout; plain margins; some chamfered openings.
W (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: steps to projecting porch off-set to left of centre with 2-leaf panelled and studded door; Tudor-arched, decorative fanlight; figurative statues surmounting flanking turrets; single window aligned at 1st floor. Single windows at all floors in bay recessed to outer left (architraved hoodmoulds); narrow windows at all floors in bay recessed to right. Full-height later canted windows to outer right.
S (SIDE) ELEVATION: 2-bay principal block to left with single windows at ground and 1st floors to left; single windows at all floors to right; porch recessed to outer left with part-glazed timber panelled door at basement; Tudor-arched, decorative fanlight; pointed-arch window aligned above. Full-height, 3-bay range recessed to right with near full-width, lean-to greenhouse at basement; regularly fenestrated above. Coped wall adjoined to outer right.
E (REAR) ELEVATION: irregularly fenestrated piended wing projecting to left with lean-to greenhouse adjoined to outer left. Lower piended wing to outer right with ancillary range adjoined to front. Modern external stair set between wings; principal block set behind.
N (SIDE) ELEVATION: 2-bay principal block to right with single windows at ground and 1st floors to right; single windows at all floors to left; porch recessed to outer right with pointed windows at both floors. Lower, 2-bay wing adjoined to left with bipartite windows at both floors to right; single windows at both floors to left; crenellated parapet. Lower ancillary range adjoined to outer left.
Plate glass and original 12-pane horizontal glazing in timber sash and case windows. Grey slate roofs; projecting cannons/water spouts (?) set in crenellated parapet. Prominent sandstone stacks to principal block with 8 linked flues; projecting wallhead stack to S; octagonal cans throughout.
INTERIOR: converted for use as hotel. Stained glazing to timber panelled vestibule door; decorative inlay to vestibule floor. Carved timber Jacobean style fire surround (re-sited). Remainder not seen 1999.
ANCILLARY RANGE: former stables, hayloft and offices. 2-storey, 8-bay, rectangular-plan range enclosing courtyard to N. Heavily-pointed rubble to front; harled at rear (exposed rubble in part). S (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: modern glazing in depressed-arch former cart opening at ground to outer right; various boarded timber doors and windows in remaining bays at ground to left; 3 boarded openings at 1st floor off-set to left. N (REAR) ELEVATION: boarded opening centred at ground; small windows at 1st floor (blocked in part). E (SIDE) ELEVATION: gable end with part-glazed timber door at ground to left; single window centred in apex. Some timber sash and case windows; rooflights. Grey slate roof. INTERIOR: used as office in part; remainder not seen 1999.
COURTYARD WALL: coped rubble wall linking ancillary range and dovecot, enclosing service courtyard to E.
BOUNDARY WALLS, QUADRANT WALLS, PIERS AND GATEPIERS: rubble-coped rubble walls partially enclosing site. Quadrant walls flanking entrance comprising coursed render to outer walls; coped rubble inner walls (coat-of-arms inset to W); square-plan, ball-finialled piers set between; ball-finialled, brick-built piers to outer left and right. Circular-plan, cream sandstone ashlar gatepiers with carved motifs on horizontal bands (fleur-de-lys motifs to left; lions to right); shallow conical caps; 2-leaf modern timber gates.