In the same family for over 900 years, descendants of the Normans, the house is a fine example of the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

It is built of warm brick, with pediment and a later, 19th century porch. One of the outstanding features of Whitmore is the extremely rare example of a late Elizabethan stable block, the ground floor is part cobbled and has nine oak-carved stalls.

Features: A lime avenue leads from the church to the house, and surrounding parkland and lake suggest 'Capability' Brown's hand.




1 May to 31 August: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 2pm to 5pm.

Tours at 2.15pm, 3pm and 3.45pm.

Find Us
Find us

On A53 Newcastle - Market Drayton road. M6/J15.

Nearest station is Stoke-on-Trent. Along A500 and follow signs for A53 Newcastle to Market Drayton road.


Historic Houses members visit for free.

£5 for adults, 50p for children under 14 years

  • Guide dogs welcome
Group Visits
Group Visits

Group visits welcome - 15+.

To book please contact us.

Things to See


Whitmore Hall is a beautiful unspoilt early Georgian house which has belonged to the descendants of the original family and present
family for over 900 years, which makes it a unique, exclusive setting for weddings and receptions. Yours would be the only
wedding here on your chosen date.

The Drawing Room in the Hall has been approved as a venue for civil marriages and civil partnerships. It is also possible to hold
the wedding service in the Church at Whitmore, St Mary’s and All Saints, a beautiful ancient church which is attached to the
grounds of the Hall.



  • Guest parking

Corporate Hire

Corporate events

Our facilities are avalibe for corperate hire.


  • Wifi
  • Plentiful parking

Filming Opportunities

We welcome requests for filming.