The History of Hordley can be traced back to the Doomsday Book. The church was built adjoining the “Manor House” which was occupied by the “Lord of the Manor” until 1712 when the Kynaston family moved to Hardwick Hall.
The Manor House was converted into two farmhouses, Hordley Hall and Church Farm. Hordley Hall remained in the Kynaston Estate until 1974.
It was sold as a private house in 1976 and is now available for you to enjoy as a retreat. And is still revealing secrets of it's past.
It is set in landscaped gardens in the beautiful North Shropshire Lake District.
Ellesmere with its many shops, inns and marina is only 3 miles away.