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Glazebrook House, which is named for the babbling Glaze Brook in the three-acre grounds, dates back to 1650 and the original farmhouse is still evident in today's vestibule, tasting room and library. The property, in South Brent, Devon, was converted into a Georgian-style manor house in 1865 and has seen a number of owners, including naval commander Algernon Edmund Penrice-Lyons, a relation of the Queen Mother.
The manor was sold and converted into a hotel in 1972, undergoing only minor renovations before it was purchased by the current owners Pieter and Fran Hamman in November 2013, who have transformed it into a nine-bedroom boutique hotel and restaurant.
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