Enjoyed the carved wood furniture here and the connection to Washington USA. Discovered that a branch of the family married an heiress from Lancashire and apparently it was from this branch of the family that George was a direct descendant. One of the room guides we met was actually born in the house when it was tenements and he had some fascinating bits of history to pass on.
Glad Frederick Hill and others saved it from demolition.
We had seen Washington Hall signs many times we had been in the area and we are glad we called in this time. Not a big property but interesting and well worth a visit.
Friends of Washington Hall run the teashop where we sampled the scones and enjoyed a cup of tea.
Limited parking but you can park on the road just outside.
Entrance fee for non NT members.
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