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Stone-built house of Elizabethan origin
Originally an Elizabethan house, Morville Hall was extensively enlarged and expanded around 1750, giving it the appearance of a Georgian home.
Look out for interesting and quirky Elizabethan features of the original house. Wander through to the back of the house where a flight of elegant stone steps lead down to a beautiful garden.
Elizabethan topiary gardens reflect the age of the house, while a paved pool in the Italian gardens brings the luxury and style of the Georgians to the garden, seamlessly tying the two periods together.
Please note: Admission is by prior written appointment only; please contact Dr. and Mrs. Douglas at Morville Hall. ‘The Dower House Garden’ at Morville is managed by Dr Katherine Swift and is open separately from Morville Hall. For more information visit Shropshire tourism.