National Trust UK in Pictures

Little Moreton Hall, National Trust UK,

Picture diary of a visit to  National Trust Little Moreton Hall.

Visit to another National Trust property on what turned out to be a spectacular, and quintessential English summers day. A fascinating moated  wobbly Tudor building that twists, shakes, and undulates with age, but somehow stays up. No garden here, apart from a very small Knot garden to the rear of the house, but still definitely worth a visit for all those interested in architecture. Personally i love the geometric nature of the lead work in the windows. I also love the exposed peg joints in the timber work. Also some beautifully naive and simple carving figures and detail to external courtyard area timber frame, pictures below. A truly remarkable historic building.
There is also a very good restaurant in the building where we had a good set lunch for a reasonable price.

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    Hannah Budding Smiles
    April 15, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    Your pictures are completely stunning! National Trust properties completely lend themselves to be photographed, don’t they? I only wish I had a smidgen of talent!

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