Nowadays, the Hall is a base for outdoor activities and can be hired for weddings. It's good to see a Grade 1 Listed building being actively used, and hence maintained.
This is the rear elevation, which might explain the slightly chaotic array of mismatched roofs, turrets and chimneys.
The tallest part of the building is the oldest, a four-storey 14th Century pele tower, around which the rest of the Hall was developed in the 16th Century.
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