Welcome to Hall Place and Gardens.
Hall Place is a Grade I listed house in award winning Grade II* listed gardens.
It is a fine Tudor mansion built almost 500 years ago in the reign of Henry VIII for the Lord Mayor of London, Sir John Champneys. The house, celebrated by Simon Jenkins in his book ‘England’s Thousand Best Houses’ boasts a magnificent panelled Great Hall with Minstrel’s Gallery and fine decorative plaster ceilings.
With award winning gardens, a stunning topiary lawn, herb gardens and inspirational herbaceous border the gardens are of interest throughout the year. The former walled gardens have a plant nursery with allotments, model gardens and a sub –tropical plant house. Hall Place also has a gift shop stocked with handmade items from local crafts people. There are three galleries presenting art exhibitions and museum displays and there is an opportunity to purchase artists’ work throughout the year.