The richly panelled walls of Moseley Old Hall conceal ingenious secret hiding places designed for Catholic priests. One of these cramped priest holes saved Charles II when he hid here after the Battle of Worcester in 1651, and the bed where he slept is on view. An exhibition in the barn tells the story of the King’s dramatic escape from Cromwell’s troops. The house underwent various alterations in the 19th century. The garden has a good variety of herbs and plants and was recreated in 17th-century style with a formal knot garden, arbour and nut walk.
Moseley Old Hall is a beautiful Elizabethan house set in the Staffordshire countryside, with a 17th-century style formal knot garden. The house is more famously known for its association with Charles II.
The historic gardens surrounding the hall make a beautiful backdrop for photographs. In this unique setting we do a limited number of weddings each year, and you are therefore assured of exclusivity by our strict policy of never accepting more than one client per day.
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