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Little Moreton Hall

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Little Moreton Hall

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Mike wrote a review Apr 2021
Cheadle, United Kingdom5 contributions
Used be one of my favourite national trust houses but ruined ever since they decided to renovate and modernise one of the top floors? Just why? Nobody even lives there.... Piece of history ruined. Shame.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Jann wrote a review Sep 2020
50 contributions2 helpful votes
Interesting old hall and gardens. They are easy to get to off the A34. There is plenty of parking. Plants can be bought from the shop
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Congleton to Kentucky wrote a review Mar 2020
Congleton, United Kingdom15 contributions20 helpful votes
We are tea at this wonderful property and thoroughly enjoyed it! Food was well presented and good to eat.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Matt N wrote a review Mar 2020
Olton, United Kingdom153 contributions133 helpful votes
The way the hall looms up at you as you approach from the road, with all its curves and quirks shown in their full glory, gives the impression that you are entering a surrealists dream of architecture and you fully expect to be greeted by a fairytale princess at the entrance. It's exterior is full of fascination, uniqueness and brims with character as it beckons you inside. The interior is somewhat different as it is stark and barren, which while keeping with the Tudor era that is replicated, cancels out the vibrancy of what you see as you go in. This, of course, is entirely keeping with the era and can't, nor should, be anything else, but in doing so a colourless narrative with little character is told, which after what you view as you enter left me a tad disappointed. A very good property, if not quite an excellent one, in my opinion.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Pronto1_11 wrote a review Mar 2020
Croydon, United Kingdom218 contributions45 helpful votes
Spend an hour or two and take the 45min guided tour, excellent value. Gardens look nice (it was winder for our visit) and the Cafe is good
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Date of experience: March 2020
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