The hall is situated close to the village of Pencombe, about 3
miles from the ancient market town of Bromyard, and within easy
reach of Leominster, Hereford and Worcester. Standing in its own
private grounds, The Hall enjoys glorious views over the surrounding
unspoilt countryside and offers the perfect environment for those
seeking peace and tranquility.
Hall was originally built as a rectory in 1862 for one of the
Arkwright family who were famous for inventing the spinning Jenny.
The hall is a magnificent mansion built in the jacobean style
which anyone would be proud to call home.There
have been many interesting private owners since 1926 when two
retired colonels bought it to breed Angora rabbits and in 1984
was finally converted in the residential home you see today. It
has been in the hands of the current owner since 1986.