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. Among the exhibits are displays on the local slate industry and Collyweston stone.

The house was probably built by Thomas Stokke, who served as the parson of Easton on the Hill from 1456-1495. It restored by Sir Thomas Graham Jackson in the mid-Victorian period. The house is usually unattended, but group tours may also be booked.