Barton Manor Estate

Barton Estate

Barton Manor Farmhouse

Barton Farm was Prince Albert's pride and joy and the Farmhouse now offers stunning five-star accommodation of the highest standard, in an exclusive and peaceful setting.

4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | Sleeps 9 | WIFI | Dogs Welcome

"Back again! What a brilliant week. Weather was amazing and Barton makes for such a wonderful family retreat. Thank you!"
- Mrs S Nash


Barton Manor Lake Cottage

Barton Manor Lake Cottage is a homely, single-storey property set in a peaceful, lakeside setting in the delightful grounds of Barton Manor Estate. Ideal for couples and families.

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | Sleeps 4 | WIFI | Dogs Welcome

"A lovely peaceful location. The property is really beautiful and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay."
- Mr B Glenister


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  • Barton Manor beach
  • Barton Manor meadow
  • Barton woods
  • Barton Red Hots

Barton Estate Isle of Wight



Barton Farm House from the main gates Mabel in Barton spring garlic flowers




Launch of Isle of Wight Day 2017 7th February 2017

The former coffee shop at Barton Estate will be hosting this year's launch of Isle of Wight Day by High Sheriff Robin Courage OBE, on Tuesday 7th February at 10am. Invite only.


King Edward VII and Tsar Nicholas II at Barton Manor, 1909

King Edward VII and Tsar Nicholas II with families at Barton Manor, 1909


Barton Manor is noted in the Domesday Book as held by King Edward of Bolla. The existing manor house was built in 1605 and sits on top of the same foundations that were built in 1282 when Barton Priory was first established. The Priory was one of the best endowed on the Island and lasted until 1430 when it was disbanded and given by the Bishop of Winchester to Winchester College. It remained as a tenant farm until 1845 when Queen Victoria bought Barton Manor as an adjunct to Osborne House.