Although now just ruins, you can still appreciate the magnificence of what was the home of one of the richest men in England, Lord William Lovell. It was designed as a symbol of vast wealth and was built in the aristocratic style of the 15th century. It's a lovely place to come and potter around and both young and old can enjoy a game of hide and seek.
It's a very pleasant area to walk around especially on a crisp autumn day, perfect for all ages and dogwalkers. The ruins are situated close to the river Windrush and if you're lucky a friendly duck might even come and say hello.
Minster Lovell hall is accessed from the grounds of St Kenelm's Church where you can see the tomb of William 7th Lord Lovell.