This stable was built in the late 18th century to house working horses. It has a timber frame that takes the weight of the tiled roof and brick infill panels. The upper floor, reached by a ladder, was used to store hay, which was pushed down directly into the feeding racks at the back of each stall. Even though the stable is a simple construction with a utilitarian purpose, its builders took pride in its looks, and the curved braces on the back wall are notably handsome.