Castern Hall

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Castern Hall, also known as Casterne Hall, is a privately owned 18th-century Georgian detached country house in the Manifold Valley, Staffordshire, England.


The present three-story, five-bayed Georgian facade dates from a remodelling in the 18th century by the owner Nicholas Hurt, whose family still owns the building<ref></ref>. This Georgian facade conceals the older, Tudor hall built by earlier generations of the Hurt family<ref></ref>

Poirot & Other Media Coverage[edit]

Castern Hall has been used in a variety of TV episodes and films including the ITV version of Agatha Christie's Poirot. It featured in Season 3, Episode 11 Mystery of Hunters Lodge' filmed in 1991. In this episode it acts as the country home of unlikable businessman Harrington Pace, who hosts a shooting party to which Captain Hastings and Poirot are invited. Other movies and series that have been shot there were Jane Eyre (1983), Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles (1988), Far from the Madding Crowd (1997) and Jonathan Creek: Frog Hollow. (1999)

IMDB - 'The Mystery of Hunters Lodge'

YouTube - 'Mystery Of Hunters Lodge' Full Episode:

See Also In Chimni[edit]

ChimniWiki Is My House 'Georgian Anglo-Palladian Classical'?

Chimni Wiki Homes Used In Poirot Episodes

Chimni Wiki Page: Homes Used As TV & Movie Locations

Other Interesting Sites[edit]

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