Extensive external repairs of the west wing elevations as well as internal repairs and improvements to the tea room in the east wing formed Phase II of the restoration of the house which was built during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I on rural Eastbury Manor land.
Its preservation by National Trust ownership has ensured that some fascinating period features remain. As well as attracting visitors to the musuem, it is also used as a venue for civil weddings and business functions.
Phase III is underway in 2009 where repairs and alterations to the building continues internally, and on the south elevation, courtyard elevations, roof slopes and the east wing
Eastbury Manor House is a grade I listed building.