My Favourite Quirky Tudor Places and a Giveaway

Posted By on December 3, 2015

Little Moreton Hall I love Britain’s castles, Tudor manor houses and monastic ruins, but two of my favourite Tudor places can only be described as “quirky”. These are Little Moreton Hall, in Cheshire, whose existence seems to defy all logic, and Ty Mawr Wybrnant in Snowdonia National Park, Wales. I love them! Find out why I love these two buildings in my article over at OnTheTudorTrail.com and don’t forget to enter the giveaway wile you’re there.

I do hope you can join me on the tour and don’t forget that there’s a giveaway of a copy of Tudor Places of Great Britain at every stop.

Image: Little Moreton Hall, copyright Frank Brassington 2015.

7 thoughts on “My Favourite Quirky Tudor Places and a Giveaway”

  1. Dawn Pinnataro says:

    I have tried three times to leave a comment for the giveaway on On the Tudor Trail blogsite and keep getting ‘Error establishing a database connection’. She must be having errors on the site. Oh dear!!!
    I so want to be added to the giveaway chance – by the way, your article on On the Tudor Trail was really interesting, as always.

    1. Claire says:

      I’m so sorry to hear that you experienced problems. Perhaps it was a temporary glitch. Try again and if it doesn’t work today then let me know and I’ll email Natalie.

  2. Rita Oakes says:

    Fantastic and wonderful,to learn so much more of those exciting and frightening times.Thankyou.

  3. Lisa Lebrija says:

    Hi Claire,
    What is the name on this beautiful house on the site here?
    BestLisa

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Lisa,
      It’s Little Moreton Hall. If you click on the link you’ll see that and my other favourite quirky place.

  4. Anne Barnhill says:

    I love this crazy, tilted, over-the-top place! Awesome!

  5. MARY KEELEY says:

    I would love info on all the places So interestng

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