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Lovely car park with a short walk to the house. When we first entered we were greeted by a lovely friendly Gentleman who advised what room to start in. A lady gave a talk about the people who lived in the hall over the decades,...More
Located just outside Broseley this property was saved by the tireless actions of one lady. It contains a collection of local ceramics that are not often seen outside of the main local museums. Now has a good car park and a small volunteer run tearoom...More
Benthall Hall is a very charming small scale National Trust property near Broseley in Shropshire. There is an interesting history about the lady who saved it from demolition. Many of the rooms have intricately wood panelling and the upstairs library is a lovely light and...More
Knowing very little about the house before we visited this was a delightful property within a mile of Ironbridge itself. Full of interesting 17th century furniture and paintings it has a lot to offer visitors including the recently restored church in the grounds. Beware of...More
Not a very large house but nice to hear the story of it. It was built in the late 16th Century and was the home of the Benthall Family for many years but in the 1930s it was put up for auction and if the...More
If you visit make sure you chat with the guides. Their knowledge and willingness to share brings the history alive. They have such a great pride in the house (Hall) it is a pleasure to listen to them and they love questions! My suggestion would...More
Not a massive property and the house itself isn't that impressive, but the story is a good one. The grounds are lovely and the house itself is beautiful from the outside. Well worth an hour if in the area. Also a second hand book store...More
I looked it up on Google Maps and the instructions were spot on. When we turned off the main road, down a green glade road and it was lovely. There was a huge carpark, free to members. From the carpark, you walk across through the...More
Benthall and its estate has been under the umbrella of the National Trust for 60 years but its the wonderful story behind the scenes that is most endearing.
This property was saved by Mary Clementina Benthall and it now can be viewed in honour to...More