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Hagley Hall

Hall Drive | Worcestershire, Stourbridge DY9 9LG, England
+44 1562 882408
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Lovely relaxing Afternoon Tea in beautiful surroundings

We visited Hagley Hall on Mothers Day for Afternoon Tea What a beautiful venue, helped by... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2017
Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
Lovely house

This house is nestled in the Clent Hills, with its own separate parkland. The house is not open... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
Coventry, United Kingdom
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Hagley Hall and Park are among the supreme achievements of eighteenth-century English architecture and landscape gardening. They remain largely the creation of one man, George, 1st Lord Lyttelton, landscaped the grounds in the new ‘picturesque’ style and who was responsible for the building of the house as it is seen today. There has been a park at Hagley since the reign of Edward III but the present outstanding landscape was created between 1747 and 1758 with follies designed by Lord Camelford and Sanderson Miller amongst others. Home to Lord & Lady Cobham, Hagley Hall, last of the great Palladian houses, with its rich Rococo decoration and surrounded by 350 acres of picturesque parkland, is a remarkable tribute to the artistic achievements of the great eighteenth-century amateurs, offering a splendid and unique venue for your wedding day or corporate event. We are open for public tours from January to March each year.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Hall Drive | Worcestershire, Stourbridge DY9 9LG, England
+44 1562 882408
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

We visited Hagley Hall on Mothers Day for Afternoon Tea What a beautiful venue, helped by gloriously sunny spring day. The staff were attentive and friendly, the service prompt and efficient. The Afternoon Tea itself was beautifully presented, delicious and plentiful We will certainly be...More

Thank karenreely
Reviewed 14 March 2017

This house is nestled in the Clent Hills, with its own separate parkland. The house is not open very often so do check ahead. The house is still a family home and that is reflected in its contents and the tour contents. The tour guide...More

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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Has a warmth and accessibility that many stately homes lack, due to two main reasons: (i) it still is a "home" in the literal sense - the Lytteltons live on the premises - and (ii) the guides are very knowledgeable and helpful. Plenty of family...More

Thank TallTraveller274
Reviewed 2 March 2017

Wehad not been to Hagley Hall for several years. The afternoon tour We participated in was very informative and nicely paced. We were part of a very small group. We had a very nice afternoon tea after the tour. Overall we had a very nice...More

Thank Sterchen
Reviewed 2 March 2017

I visited here with my husband and daughter on a sunday afternoon. Very knowledgeable guide took us around some of the rooms. I have been here before for various functions but never tire of the history, so much so, I'm coming again soon to have...More

Thank Jackie E
Reviewed 24 February 2017

We loved this Venue. It is absolutely stunning. You can have civil ceremonies and the reception here. It is quite a large Venue. Everyone we spoke to was really helpful. Sadly it is out of our price range and we would need accommodation.

Thank sammytinkle
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

My family and I visited for the first time this weekend after living in the area for decades. As National Trust members we were very impressed with the quality of the sympathetic restoration to this private home. As good as many National Trust properties. The...More

Thank RoadKill78
Reviewed 23 January 2017

We live in Shrewsbury but come over to the area visiting family often and decided to go to see Hagley hall. Lovely building acres of land such a lovely piece of countryside. Reccomend a visit.

Thank mbmjones
Reviewed 17 January 2017

They offer tours and there is a tea shop. They also hold a Christmas market. It is a beautiful house. They host weddings here. If you are lucky you will have tea in the beautiful ornate hall with gilt carvings on the wall.

Thank Regreviewer
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Very interesting exhibitions, choice of stands for house & garden items, not what you would see on the high street and always good to see these things rather than pics on the internet

Thank Simon D
Management response:Responded 20 September 2016

Many thanks for you kind words but we don't actually have a house and garden show! I wish we did! We might do one in the future so please do look at our whats on page on the website www.hagleyhall.com/whats-on Many thanks The events team

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Liz B
23 July 2017|
Response from Becki S | Property representative |
Good afternoon Liz, Many thanks for your question. We do Afternoon Tea's throughout the year and details of these can be found on our website. However, the next ones we have scheduled are for Christmas 2017. If your... More