The perfect backdrop for our iconic Minis.
A little bit about the beautiful Stanford Hall:
The house will be open for viewing on Sunday between 11am and 3.30pm. Admission fees apply.
The tearooms will be open from 10.00am onwards.
Stanford Hall is Grade 1 listed, built in 1697 in the reign of William & Mary and situated between the borders of the counties of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire in the heart of England. The Hall is surrounded by 700 acres of private park and woodland.
The Cave family, direct ancestors of Nick and Lucy Fothergill the current owners, have been the custodians of the land for over 590 years.
They have 3 special collections; The House of Stuart portraits, the Hilditch porcelain tea-ware collection and in the courtyard –
The Pilcher Aviation display – a working replica of ‘The Hawk’, the Flying Machine in which Lieutenant Percy Pilcher, RN, who is recognised as England’s Pioneer Aviator, was killed at Stanford in 1899.
Drive to Stanford Hall this Sunday and have a memorable day in your favourite car !
Gates open from 10.00am