Scolton Manor Museum
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Surrounded by 60 acres of park and woodland, the house has been sympathetically restored to provide a taster of Victorian society and style, both above and below stairs.
Designed by local architects William and James Owen, Scolton Manor was originally built as a home for the Higgon family who lived there from 1842. The Higgons were prominent in the community, with three members holding the position of High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire during their residency.
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