Peover Hall, Gardens & Park"Lived in with a vengeance", the Tudor manor house is a rare gem
This Elizabethan house was built in 1585 by Sir Randle Mainwaring, although it is believed that the Mainwaring family lived on the site some time before that – the outline of an earlier moated building can be seen on site of the still-active sawmill.
The fourth baronet Sir Henry added a new wing to Peover Hall in the 1760s.
Peover Hall was used as headquarters for General Patton and the US Third Army to train for the D-Day landings in 1944. It also housed a prisoner-of-war camp.
Page 1. Click for page 2/2
For a general discussion or to discuss any specific requirements you may have please contact: 01565 724220 or