Todmorden, England, United Kingdom
August 4, 2002
It is a large building, part of which is brick but the half-timbered black and white section is quite supurb. The Great Hall is a most impressive room with some furniture and portraits to match. The so-called Star Chamber [named after stars on the ceiling and unconnected with the Court of this name] is the oldest room in the building and would have been used by the Lord of the Manor and his family.
However I think to many the most interesting part of all is the kitchen with its mutitude of pots, china and tools.
Ordsall Hall deserves to be much better known.
From journal Roman times to 21st Century