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The Manor House Hotel was formerly the home of the Creswick (or Creswyke) family who were prominent in Moreton-in-Marsh during the 17th and 18th centuries. It is generally believed that the mulberry tree, which still stands in the grounds of the hotel, dates from that time.
Mulberry trees fruit in the late summer, producing plump black berries. We harvest the tree in August and September and use the fruit to make 'Mulberry Manor Cake', jam for our famous afternoon tea and syrup, which we use in cocktails in the Beagle Bar.