In the heart of the Tatton Park, surrounded by acres of land with deer grazing around, is the Old Hall. The building itself built originally at the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries is the oldest surviving building in the Park. The venue offers a ‘journey through the ages’, as you weave through the rooms of the Old Hall you will witness evidence of periods gone by from the Tudor times through 1614 to the Victorian period right up to the 1950’s. You will begin your experience in the baseroom and then you will be taken on a history tour through the ages by Tatton Halls resident historian Mick.
Each room is furnished as it would have been in the specific era it is set, this is not an empty house, there is lots to explore here and plenty of rooms for you to do your vigils in at free time without being disturbed by other guests.
The venue not only comes steeped in history but has been the location for many films and scenes for TV series including Channel 4’s The Mill & two of Martina Coles Lady Killers; Mira Hindley & Mary Cotton.
Be aware you will driving through the park in the dark to get to the Old Hall. Watch out for Deer and other wildlife.