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Little Moreton Hall, Congleton
(4.6/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
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  • it's 10 per person. it's too expensive. that area is not bad, but i think it's value is 3 or less. if you want to go there. just remind that its entrance fee. 
  • Visited with a good friend yesterday and fell in love with this beautiful quirky building. When you first approach it, you wonder quite how it is still standing, so crooked and uneven is its structure...  more »
  • I visited Little Moreton Hall on Saturday with my husband, we were welcomed with a small glass of hot apple and brandy punch which was a lovely welcoming gesture. The Hall was looking very festive and...  more »
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  • Really unique place. There isn't loads exhibit wise and you only need to spend 20 minutes there but as members we got free entry and so enjoyed it for what it was; a unique piece of English history.
  • A fascinating national trust property surrounded by a moat, set in modest grounds. The café is nice but a bit expensive.
  • A smaller National Trust property compared to many in their portfolio, with very small grounds (so not a place for a good walk) but with a fully accessible (but not for wheelchairs) and well-preserved building surrounded by a moat dating from pre-English Civil War days offering an interesting insight into life in the 1600's.
  • The finest example of a Tudor house its amazing had to come a second time ! 💖 it. Stuck in time
  • entrance fee is 10 per person. it's too expensive. the area is very small and it's not worth it. I think it's value of entrance fee is 3 or less. place is not bad but it's too much expensive.