Aldernham Park is a Grade II*-listed Palladian house. The house has strong links to Charles I who took refuge here in a priest hole from Oliver Cromwell (leaving his coat behind). Later, Charles II presented the Acton family with a fine portrait of Charles I, which still hangs in the Saloon to this day.
The house was sold by the Acton family in 1959 to the present owners, who have now made it their family home. The half a mile straight tree lined drive gives a stunning approach that has never been used for filming.
By appointment only. Please call 01746714267 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
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Pre-organised groups (max 45) for tea and tour £20 per person. Not otherwise open to general public.
Aldernham Park is on the A458, half a mile outside of Morville between Bridgnorth and Much Wenlock. Visitors can find us by navigating to the village of Morville.
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Grade II* Palladian house. It has strong links with Charles I who took refuge here in a priest hole from Oliver Cromwell (leaving his coat behind) and, later, Charles II presented the Acton family with a fine Van Dyck portrait of his father. This still hangs in the saloon. It was sold by the Acton family to the present owner’s grandfather in 1959 and is now a private family home, which is not normally open to the public.