The Conservation Area appraisal observes that it is rare in the county for 'so many fine buildings to be found grouped together as in Middle Mayfield' and notes that 'Mayfield Hall.together with its outbuildings and Home Farm House, forms a focal group at the sharp right angle turn of Mayfield Hall Road'
(Staffordshire County Council 1974). The local vernacular architecture is characterised by consistent use of stone walls and dark tiled roofs, with detailing such as fine ashlar stonework, coped gables, mullioned windows, bold string courses and cornices and moulded doorways.
However, the Mayfield Hall site has suffered from many years of neglect and has required substantial remedial works to the main hall complex that is now nearing completion.
As part of the continuing renovation project, Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent has been gained to convert the various outbuildings into 5 Holiday Lets for Self-catering accommodation.
Mayfield Hall will offer a great variety of accommodation from romantic breaks in the Clock Tower to family holidays in the old Stable Block. To give you an idea of the site and the planned improvements, we have enclosed the plans for the site and current conditions. Please review progress over the coming months and maybe book your next years holiday with us!
Click on the holiday lets below to see more information on the rennovations
Site Rennovation Plan (PDF) 250Kb