Little Moreton Hall is arguably England’s finest timber-framed house. Sir Richard de Moreton began construction began around 1450, with the building being gradually enlarged over the next 130 years by his family.
Notable features include the building’s asymmetrical facades, a magnificent long gallery, flooded moat, orchard, and knot garden.
Little Moreton Hall is 3 miles south west of Congleton, Cheshire. Now under the care of the National Trust it is open to the public between March and December.
For full details of opening times, admission prices, and facilities visit the official Moreton Hall website (National Trust).