Thorington Hall
Thorington Hall
An early 17th century Grade-II listed farmhouse. Thorington Hall is believed to have been built about 1600. The house is timber-framed with plastered walls, and retains much of its original architectural detail, including a chimney stack of six flues. The farmhouse was extended circa 1700 and restored in 1937.
Within the farmhouse is a beautifully decorated 17th century wooden staircase. In an unusual touch, only 2 of the carved newel caps are identical; the rest are individually carved to a unique design.

Not normally open to the public exept on Heritage Open Days. See the National Trust website for further details.