Bramhall Park Houses
Bramhall Hall, Bramhall
Bramall Hall is a superb example of a 'Cheshire Black and White' timber framed manor house, with origins dating back to Medieval England. The property is lovingly cared for and presents the visitor with a marvellous historic record spanning six centures. The house is set in 70 acres of beautiful parkland which has been landscaped in the style of Capability Brown. The park features two lakes, woodland walks, gardens and a toddlers play area.
We offer a range of guided tours and also special themed tours during and outside general opening hours:
Guided tour - min 10 people - Price: £4.95
Guided tour with tea, coffee and biscuits - min 15 people - Price: £6.00
Guided tour with buffet supper - min 25 people (NB: buffet supper served in the Tea Room, subject to availability) - Price: from £10.95
Special Victorian Evening tour with High Tea - min 20-25 people (In character, costumed guides, High Tea served in the Victorian Kitchen) - Price: £15.95 *All prices quoted per head - please check prices at time of booking.
In the Domesday book the manor of Bramall is called Bramale, a name which comes from the Old English words 'brom' meaning broom, and 'halh' meaning secret place, generally near water.
The current name was chosen as the spelling closest to this Domesday version.
AddressBramhall Hall, Bramhall, Stockport, Cheshire, SK7 3NX
Opening times1pm - 5pm
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