Mottistone Manor is a National Trust property in the village of Mottistone. It has popular gardens and is a listed building. Mottistone Manor and Garden, Isle of WightIt was first mentioned in documents related to the Doomsday Book. 
The oldest parts of the manor, the south-east wing, dates from the fifteenth or early sixteenth century. The north-west wing was added or remodelled by Thomas Cheke in 1567, and additions to the south-east wing were made in the early seventeenth century. The whole house was remodelled in the 1920 by the architects Seely and Paget, John Seely of the firm being the grandson of Charles Seely, who had bought the house and estate in 1861. At that time the estate included much of the south Wight.
Mottistone Manor is run by the National Trust who run a small shop in the barn enterance, a book stall and once yearly visits to the house. There is also a private tearooms inside.