Village History

Tintinhull's history extends back over 1,000 years and the village was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. The surrounding landscape shows evidence of 2000 years of farming.

There has probably been a nucleated village settlement on this site since the late 10th century – Saxon times. However, scattered homesteads and complete cultivation of the land will have occurred since at least the Iron Age and throughout Roman and Romano-British times. The village has an ancient history and today boasts many houses dating from the 16th century or earlier.