Places in the Midlands you need to book

Here are some places across the Midlands that still need to be pre-booked before you visit. Come along to some intimate tours and uncover hidden gems across the region.

Benthall Hall in spring sunshine

Benthall Hall 

Situated on a plateau above the gorge of the River Severn, this fine stone house has mullioned and transomed windows, a stunning interior with carved oak staircase and decorated plaster ceilings and oak panelling.

Image of the Back to Backs corner

Birmingham Back to Backs

Carefully restored, this is the last surviving court of back-to-back houses in Birmingham and offers an atmospheric glimpse into the lives of the ordinary people who helped make an extraordinary city.

A black and white picture of Greyfriars above the archway showing five coats of arms

Greyfriars' House and Garden

Located in Worcester's busy city centre, this late Medieval merchant's house and its stunning gardens are great to explore away from the hustle and bustle.

Gunby Hall in 2017

Gunby Hall 

A homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds

Mr Straws House

Mr Straw's House 

Ordinary house, extraordinary home

Stoneywell Cottage, Leicestershire

Stoneywell, Leicestershire 

The home of a family who lived and loved the Arts and Crafts

Sunnycroft Halliday glasshouse


A comfortable home telling the story of a brewer, a widow and three generations of the Lander family.

Autumn at The Firs

The Firs 

The birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar

The small garden at The Old Manor

The Old Manor 

A Low, stone-built medieval hall, set in the picturesque countryside of Derbyshire.

Woolsthorpe Manor house in summer

Woolsthorpe Manor 

Isaac Newton changed the world here