Swaythed with Sanderson fabric, this room overlooks the Rose Garden, with two beautiful chairs to sit on and gaze down onto the terrace and water features this is one of our most popular rooms.
With it’s french sleigh bed and beautiful mahogany furniture this room is more masculine than others. The window looks over the Lilly Pool and terrace and you can see the Staffordshire canal and narrow boats chugging along.
This room overlooks the courtyard so the windows in the bedroom and the bathroom are typical art deco stained glass with beautiful colours that reflect into the room. Hammond Fitted wardrobes surround the bed
With its antique brass bed and views over the frontage toward open fields this is one of the most charming rooms. It still retains the original minster fireplace and you can clearly see the A frame of the house which have been hand painted as they were originally black.
Farrow and Ball paint in Bone gives the room a warm inviting feel along with the chandelier that came from Croatia
With its antique Queen Size Brass Bed this is a room you will not want to leave. At one time this room would have had views over open fields to the Whittington Coaching Inn.
This was one of the rooms that the Listing Officer was concerned about with its en-suite. We have still managed to put one of the luxury sinks from Imperial in, unfortunatley if you are on the voluptuous side the shower door may be a little tight.
This twin room is in the oldest part of the Hall. Being beautifully light with views to the front and over the Walled Garden. Original beams and vaulted ceiling always amazes guests when they walk into the room. We have built the en-suite around the old beams and there is a step up into the shower. If you are tall you may find the shower a little to low for you.
With its beautiful window seat overlooking the Stables and walled garden, this room was designed for complete relaxation.
The en-suite has a luxurious bath to sooth away those aches and pains and take you away from those everyday distractions.
This was once the Servants Room. With its original vaulted beam ceiling and Delft tiled fireplace.
We found a priest hold the side of the fireplace and you can see where there was once a door out to another building. This room overlooks the stables.
This room had to be built around it’s large French Bed. This is one of the most luxurious bedrooms with its bathroom downstairs and the beams of the roof can clearly be seen. The room is approached through the original front door with all its old iron work still clearly visible. We love to hear the gasp of suprise when we open the door to this suite.
With its bath that two can sit in, the romantic colours and ambience of this room is one that would delight anyone for that romatic weekend away. Just slide into the bath, sip on champagne and eat Cadbury flakes
The Dunsley Room is in the old Cottage at the rear of the Hall and was once lived in by the Halls’ servants. With a French mahogany bedroom suite and two windows that overlook the orchard, and rear of the Hall with its Mature Horse Chestnut trees, walnut and apple and pear trees.