oblong hall range, not large, but yet monumental. It was built in the
early C13 and consists of an aisled hall of three bays and slender
circular piers 25 ft high on octagonal bases. They do not seem to have
carried any arches. The responds are curiously thin. The E wall is
W end of the hall on the S side was the main entrance. It no doubt led
into a screens passage.
doorways lead W from this into the low ground floor of the service end.
This has to the W four small oblong windows with inner and outer splays. (Outer
side in top picture).
Of the floor above we know nothing.