Priest's House
Priest's House
Also known as the Old Rectory, the Priest's House in Easton on the Hill is a small late 15th or 16th century building housing a museum of local village life. Aong the exhibits are displays on the local slate industry and collyweston stone.
The house was probably built by a Thomas Stokke, who served as parson of Easton on the Hill from 1456-1495. It restored by Sir Thomas Graham Jackson in the mid-Victorian period. The house is usualy unattended, but group tours may also be booked.