Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Little Moreton Hall

Another quickie LO depicting yet another jolly jaunt out. If you live in the North West of the UK, I can highly recommend taking the time out to visit this wonderful hall. We went on a Saturday, midday and arrived in time for a 40 minute guided tour. If you go, it is worth doing the same.

The most fascinating aspect of this place is how wonky it is. From the outside, you'll see the beams lying at all different angles to each other. And on the inside, one room in particular can make you seasick just walking around it. The fireplace tilts drastically in one direction whilst the floor goes in another. It's an intriguing building, brilliantly preserved, with an interesting history.


Neet said...

Love your LO as usual Paul - where is this place - sounds interesting? Do they do tours all the time?

alexa said...

Another great page, Paul! Love that soft green with the brown and taupe of the building - looking amazing!