Dorfold Hall, Nantwich
Grade 1 listed Jacobean house built between 1616-1621. The historic estate has a magical and seductive quality to it. The multifaceted Estate has entered a new era of growth, with the introduction of weddings, events and an increased exposure to the filming industry. Whether utilising the historic rooms or mesmerising grounds, Dorfold Hall is a picturesque location complete with manicured lawns, elegant gardens hiding several hidden gems, woodland, lake, farm and many outbuildings. Elements of Dorfold have also been recently renovated to provide a balance of contemporary living in a historic setting.
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