Cantley Hall, was possibly a home around the 7th or 8th century it was known as Kanteleia in 1209 and Cauntele in 1246. In the late 15th century the name of Cantley had been established and remained.It was anciently Owned by a Saxon called Tochi prior to the conquest of England by the Normans in 1066. After the time of Saxons, it probably went to the Everingham's or Everingham Ancestors. It was in the possession of Robert de Everingham around 1280. I've found no notes of it from the 14th to 16th centuries. In 1610, Hugh Childers bought the estate from the Stapleton family. In 1787 it was remodeled into an impressive country mansion.