Moat House, Acton Trussell

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Description:The Moat House is built on a mound that dates from Norman times. Though the house has undergone restoration and alteration, the oldest part of the house still dates from the early 14th century. Up until about 1500 the house was the seat of the Trussell family, though subsequently passed through a number of owners.

The Moat House became a restaurant and pub in 1988, and in 2003 was a hotel.

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Donor ref:FP3.1623.66 (37/6678)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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