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National Trust's Little Moreton Hall

  • 4.7

  • from 2322 Google reviews

National Trust's Little Moreton Hall
National Trust's Little Moreton Hall

Knot Garden at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire - geograph.org.uk - 1527 by Pam Brophy. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

Iconic Tudor Manor House. Nestled at the back of the hall is the manicured knot garden. You’ll also find herbs and vegetables that the Tudors would have used for their cooking and medicines.

Opening times

May - 29 July 2018, open Wed - Sun, 11:00 - 17:00. 30 July - 2 Sept 2018, open daily, 11:00 - 17:00. 3 Sept - 28 Oct 2018, open Wed - Sun, 11:00 - 17:00

Useful details

Garden area

1 Acres

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Cheshire East, CW12 4SD

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Cheshire East
CW12 4SD
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 2322 Google reviews

Dr Wat

6 months ago

4

Really can't fault the guides here for their enthusiasm and knowledge. First class! If you like unusual buildings, then this is one for you. Hardly a level floor in the place, but it does it so elegantly! Black and white exterior with thousands of of small panes of glass. Nice stroll around the moated garden. Well worth a look! Very poor wheelchair access, hence the four stars

Dawn Dixon

4 months ago

5

What a truly magnificent dwelling. The rooms are so wonky that it's an incredible feat of engineering that it's still standing which makes it all the more charming! Lovely tea room and outside tables in the garden behind. Ducks looking for crumbs were cute! Spent around 2 hours here.

Doreen Henderson

4 months ago

5

We enjoyed an interesting afternoon. This is a Tudor building which was been the home in the Moreton family for many years. It is now a National Trust property. Some of the floors are uneven so you do need to be careful and be aware of how age has affected the building structure. At first, we explored in our own, then we joined a tour guide for her talk at 2.00pm. It was really interesting and she was very informative. We ended our afternoon with a lovely cream tea, served in Mrs Dale's tea room.

FRANK MELLOR

6 months ago

5

This is a fantastic house to visit. It's steeped in history and very romantic. We loved it. The guides were great; very knowledgeable and they obviously care passionately about the place. They brought the past to life and very enjoyable it was too. Highly recommended.

Warren Heath

3 months ago

4

Have lived in Stoke all my life and passed it every day for 4 years but never been here!! Great for history and/or architectural buffs, a must see (in my opinion). Gardens a little disappointing but the moat was a nice surprise. Usual lovely lunch. Highly recommended.

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01260 272018

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