Speke Hall is a rare example of a Tudor manor house with restored Victorian interiors and William Morris wallpaper. Situated in a most unusual setting, it is surrounded by attractive gardens protected by a collar of woodland. Constructed by a devout Catholic family, who were keen to impress visitors with their home's grandeur (the Great Hall, in particular, is spectacular), this beautiful building has witnessed more than 400 years of turbulent history. Uncover the hidden Tudor secrets, play billiards or enjoy a bracing walk with stunning views of the Welsh hills. A perfect oasis from modern life. Note: administered and financed by the National Trust, assisted by a grant from National Museums Liverpool.