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This is a smaller national trust site but the history is amazing. We live near by so visit often, there is always a trail and something for the children to learn about and make. During the summer they made Tudor scent bags, the lady helping...More
We dropped into Little Moreton Hall and loved our visit. At times it’s like walking round a funfair fun house as all the walls and floors are wonky the kids loved it! It’s a beautiful property and the National Trust are doing a great job...More
This is my favourite National Trust place. I visited a few weeks ago and the building took my breath away, its beautiful, lopsided and full of history. I loved being able to walk around freely and see it all. Every member of staff ( possibly...More
Visited with my husband who had never been before. Just as I remembered from frequent previous visits when I lived in the area. Interesting building but not the best time for the gardens unfortunately (late March). Very welcoming staff and we enjoyed a lovely lunch...More
This is such a special and beautiful place. We had a very interesting and amusing guide on the tour, it is really worth doing this first and then looking around, you will gain a lot of insights. The building is so well-preserved and quirky, a...More
Started with guided tour which was very interesting, however standing around in cold courtyard and then in a cold hall found it difficult to keep warm.
Intended to have snack lunch in tearooms but they were very busy and also very expensive compared to most...More
As a National Trust volunteer myself I love visiting other properties when I'm away on holiday. We were staying near Chester and decided to visit Little Moreton Hall on the way to our accommodation. As a retired teacher, I had taught units on the Tudors...More
wonderful building, very evocative of its time. the historical interpreters were very good and we had an excellent visit. Don't forget to visit the tea room...probably the best high tea I've ever had. Good value and a cake stand stacked high with sandwiches and cakes....More
Sunday 14th October 2018, My husband and I drove up to Little Morton Hall at Congleton in Cheshire to meet our friend Janet, who lives in Sheffield. We had decided to meet here to look round this lovely quirky black and white Tudor house and...More
It really depends on the amount of time that you want to spend at each. They are easily done in an hour each with an easy travel between each. I personally found that I needed half a day at Little Moreton Hall. In a day you... More
It really depends on the amount of time that you want to spend at each. They are easily done in an hour each with an easy travel between each. I personally found that I needed half a day at Little Moreton Hall. In a day you should be good, but half a day if it is only a quick run through or you do not find them interesting.