ⓘ Minster Lovell Hall

                                     

ⓘ Minster Lovell Hall

Minster Lovell Hall was built by William Lovell around 1440. As Minster Lovell was one of the earliest estates held by the Lovell family and one of their main residences it was at least the second building occupying this site.

The hall was fairly typical, if a great estate. The buildings are arranged around three sides of a square, the fourth side to the river Windrush, was closed by a wall. The great tower in the southwest corner seems to be a later addition to the house as part of the neighboring West wing should be repaired.

Hall Minster Lovell remained the main residence of the Lovell family. Richard III visited it as a guest of Francis Lovell, 1st Viscount Lovell, the grandson of William Lovell. Francis Lovells estates were confiscated after the battle of Bosworth and Minster Lovell was granted to Jasper Tudor, uncle of Henry VII.

Hotel several times passed from hand to hand within the next two centuries. Among the owners was Henry VIIIs Lord of the stool, William Compton and Henry Norris.

The estate was bought in 1603 by sir Edward coke. The manor remained in the coke family for several generations, and Thomas coke, created Baron Lovel in 1728, abandoned hall Minster Lovell in 1747. Was dismantled large parts of the buildings. By the early nineteenth century in the ruins of the Hall Minster Lovell was building another monastery.

                                     
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