Cromwell, Charles II and a television favourite
became the owner of the chairs shortly after. CHANDELIER
A breathtaking chandelier, situated in the garden room, was specially made for the 12th Century manor.
The creator of the delicate light covering intended for it to represent a waterfall, dispersing into five small ponds, and on into five streams.
The grand decor in the building is simply beautiful, but this detailed piece is definitely a firm favourite. GRAND PAINTINGS The house is filled with lifelike paintings and portraits of descendants of the Fleetwood and Hesketh family.
One picture in particular, which is situated in the library and takes up the majority of the south wall, is a huge painting of Peter Hesketh’s favourite horse.
The eye-catching painting dictated the building of the room when Roger Hesketh rebuilt Meols Hall from 1960.
If you watch Peaky Blinders, however, you may be familiar with the painting by James Ward.
It was a regular backdrop in series three of the programme, which was partly filmed at Meols Hall.
Meols Hall: set in 100 acres of private land