This unusual building is not typical of the area. It's thought that its grand appearance may be connected with the development of lead mining on the estate. Inside the hall, there are magnificent 17th-century fireplaces, a grand oak staircase and authentic oak panelling to discover.
The landscape surrounding Braithwaite Hall holds fascinating insights into land use across the ages, showing evidence of Iron Age activity through to coal, lead and silver mining and stone quarries. There's woodland and the river Cover to explore as well as plenty of wildlife to discover.
Admire the stone flagged entrance hall
Take in the incredible decor of the oak-panelled Drawing Room
Note the impressive workmanship evident in the oak staircase
Look out for evidence of times past in the land surrounding the Hall
Remember to contact the tenant in good time to arrange your visit
Telephone: 01969 640287
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