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Little Moreton Hall, Congleton

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  • A lovely well preserved country manor house. Visit and learn about the construction of the Tudor timber framed house. It is built on marshy ground and its is a wonder it is still standing. Indeed the ...  more »
  • We spent a warm afternoon at Little Moreton Hall. It is a lovely place to visit but unfortunately with a 60, 70 and 80 year old we kept people waiting as we tried to navigate the cobbled walk ways and...  more »
  • We spent a lovely day here.The building is beautiful. Our female guide (June?) was fantastic- so informative and interesting. The room stewards were full of interesting information too. The little caf...  more »
  • One of the most beautiful National Trust properties in the country. The first time you arrive and turn the corner in front of the house, the stunning house takes your breath away. Full of character and charm throughout. You won't spend hours and hours here like you can at other NT houses, but what time you do spend will fantastic. Visit on a sunny day to fully appreciate the gardens too.
  • Went yesterday we had a brilliant time the whole place is beautiful I went there 20 odd years ago on a school trip and knew I would be going back there. Definitely will be going back. The staff are excellent too very polite and eager to please. I would recommend every one to go there, you won't be disappointed it was raining too yesterday but that didn't interfere with the experience 😁
  • It's really nice site. Probably not my favorite from all National Trust sites that I've visited, but definitely worth a visit. House from outside looks amazing and it's not something that can be really well represented in photos. Just because when you see it with your own eyes, you realize how distorted it all is and you can't even understand how it is still standing. Not much of the house is left inside. Few rooms downstairs look alright, but upstairs is really bare and mainly unfurnished. However, best part of the house is a long gallery at a top floor and it's so worth having a look just at that.
  • Picturesque Tudor style house surrounded by most. Informative displays and free guided tours explaining the history of the building and how the NT acquired it. Small inside cafe and tearoom but lots of outside tables and benches scattered in the garden. Could be a bit cramped if there's a more than one coach party in. Viewing hill to the left as you approach the hall offers good photo opportunities. Shop selling local produce and the usual NT products at the entrance where you get your tickets.
  • Little Moreton Hall was a unique and interesting experience when we visited in April 2017. As ever, the National Trust staff were super friendly and helpful, as well as being informative and passionate about the history of the property. We visited on a Friday and it was still fairly busy, but it didn't feel overcrowded at all. There are two tearooms, both situated in the house itself which was really nice, and we enjoyed some tasty sandwiches outdoors in the gardens. It's well worth chatting to the National Trust staff and volunteers whilst visiting for that extra background info and insight into the house. Highly recommended!