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.
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
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.
There are beautiful photo opportunities inside Whitmore Hall and within the gardens. In spring the grounds are awash with daffodils, azaleas, rhododendron and bluebells, wonderful for photographs, as is the lake and waterfall.
The Drawing Room
Whitmore Hall’s Entrance Hall and Drawing Room are perfect for guests to enjoy a glass of Champagne in advance of the Wedding celebrations.
Our facilities are avalibe for corperate hire.
We welcome requests for filming.