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Benthall Hall

BENTHALL, Broseley, TF12 5RX

Benthal Hall has been the home of the Benthall family since it was built in the 16th century, but they lived here long before that, right back to the Saxon period. The Hall contains fine mullioned and transomed windows, a carved oak staircase, decorated plaster ceilings and tiled floors laid by George Maw, a local tile manufacturer. During the Civil War the Hall was seized by Parliamentarian forces and run as a garrison. It was attacked by Royalists, but they did not retake the property. The garden is ideal for a relaxing walk, and features a Restoration church, a restored plantman's garden and an old kitchen garden. A new tea room has recently opened.

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Tel: 01952 882159
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House & garden £6.40 (ch £3.20). Family £16. Wknd opening £4 (ch £2). Family £10

Opening times

Open Feb wknds
Mar-Oct, Sat-Sun & Tue-Wed, Garden 12.30-5.30, Hall 1-4.30
Average visit 2hrs




Dogs not allowed in house or gardens

Assist dogs allowed all areas.


Partly accessible. Parts of downstairs accessible
Braille, large print guides

Benthall Hall


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On B4375 between Much Wenlock and Broseley

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