The Manse is a clergy house inhabited by, or formerly inhabited by, a minister, usually used in the context of Presbyterian traditions.
The intended result is that “The Manse” refers to a working building rather than simply applying as a name.
The original Manse has been sympathetically restored and connected to the original church gallery which now provides a relaxing space for a moment of thought or a quite read of your favorite book.
The Manse Building dates between the late 1700’s and 1820.
the sympathetically restored staircase.
A private upstairs gallery for guest use only is accessible only from the Manse. It offers a quite place to read and reflect and look down on the church below.