Hinchingbrooke House is a Tudor Country House. It was built in the early 13th Century as a Nunnery and was then handed over to the Cromwell family at the dissolution. In the 17th Century it was given to the Montagus and The Earls of Sandwich. The colourful history of Hinchingbrooke House is still felt amongst the hallways of the House and every room has it’s own stories which makes it an ideal venue for any production you can imagine.
The House still has many of its original features, including two skeletons of some nuns and many family portraits which makes it interesting for any type of activity. Previously we have been used for variety of different filming productions from paranormal activities to wedding programs.