Old Hall Groby
SK 524-076 Leicestershire England
Old Hall was a 13th century defensible stone quadrangular manor house, founded by the Ferrers family. In the southern bailey of Castle Hill, are foundations and fragments of high walls and more stonework may have been absorbed in the construction of the brick house. Founded in the late 15th century, by Thomas Gray the front of the buildings are now one continuous facade. On the angle is a narrow three storey tower, then the remains of a turret and last the gateway, which has been absorbed in the late 16th century house. To the rear, which is partly of stone and ruined former internal Tudor brick walls, are various windows and blocked doorways. 5 miles south-east is Magazine Gateway and 9 miles north-east is Mountsorrel Castle.
Old Hall is located in Groby, off Markfield Road. 5 miles north-west of Leicester, on the A50.
The site is visible from the road.
Car parking is by the side of the road.