King Johns House.

Located in one of Romsey’s oldest thoroughfares, Romsey Heritage Centre encompasses three buildings that contain 750 years of history.
I adore the garden and I went back yesterday morning to photograph while the weather was fine.
Dating from the 13th Century, King John’s House was once the main building in a major medieval complex. Visitors can see many early features, including the roof timbers, graffiti cut into the medieval plaster and a rare bone floor.
The Tudor cottage is a late Tudor/early Jacobean timber-framed house. 
Gay tells me the  gardens are tended by volunteers.
I think they are delightful, just sitting in the sun on a cool sunny day surrounded by the garden.

Leave a Reply