Chillington Hall

Type:Historic House / Palace

Codsall Wood, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, WV8 1RE

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Chillington Hall in South Staffordshire is the most recent building on a very ancient site. The present house is a product of two differing Georgian styles, the South side built in 1724 by Francis Smith of Warwick, has rooms of an intimate size contrasted with those built on a far grander scale by John Soane some sixty years later.

Guided tours of this magnificent Stately Home are available on selected public open dates, and for pre-booked groups at other times of the year by arrangement. Our knowledgeable guides will give you an in-depth history of this family house and its ancestors, and its contents.

Chillington has been the home of the Giffards for more than 800 years - the present owner being the 29th. The house is also available for group visits, wedding receptions, and corporate events.

Guide Prices

House and Grounds: Adults: £10.00, Child: £5.00.

Grounds only: Adults: £5.00, Child: £2.50.

Group bookings of 15 or more starting from £12.00 per head including tea/coffee and biscuits.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Establishment Features

  • Available for wedding receptions
  • Cater for Corporate events
  • Dogs Accepted
  • Event venue
  • Facilities for corporate hospitality
  • Wedding Venue

Key Features

  • Film or TV location

Parking & Transport

  • Parking

Payment Methods

  • Open by appointment outside normal opening times

Tours and Demonstrations

  • Guided tours
  • Guided Tours Available for Groups
  • Guided Tours Available for Individuals

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Opening Times

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