Quirky prints and great British character
The Hursley Estate passed into the hands of the Cromwell family in 1649 upon the marriage of Richard Cromwell, son of Oliver, to the owner’s daughter. It was during his time at Hursley that Richard became Lord Protector of the Realm after the death of his father in 1658. Although his appointment was short, the Cromwell family clearly enjoyed their time in Hursley and continued to own the estate until 1718. A controversial figure but none-the-less an important one in Hursley’s history, our Cromwell room mixes fresh colourful prints and sash windows with views of the village church.
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