Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

• Walking through the mansion Dunstall Staffordshire

This luxurious mansion, built an entrepreneur, father of the industrial revolution of the 18th century, Sir Richard Arkwright, located in Staffordshire. English magnificent mansion is considered to be a model country of English architecture of the 18th century.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

Dunstall mansion has 12 bedrooms, a ballroom, and a maze of cellars, and the territory in which it is located, there is a lake and flower greenhouse.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

The area on which the mansion Dunstall, occupies 85 acres. In the 18th century it was considered a sign of good form having its own garden. That is why in the luxurious gardens, located in the territory, gathered flowers from all over the world.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

The mansion is a magnificent old Orangery.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

Summer Orangery.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

The windows of the mansion overlooking the beautiful rolling hills of Staffordshire.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

The creator Richard Arkwright house pretty well-known personality, because it was he who became the inventor of the rotary frame greatly facilitate the process of spinning yarn from wool or yarn, and then opened the world's first cotton mill water. And this despite the fact that the reading and writing of Richard taught by his cousin, but thanks to his dedication he was able to achieve considerable success in life.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

The mansion Dunstall considered a model country building rich British 18th century.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

During his life, Richard Arkwright had put together a considerable fortune, which his son, Richard Jr. decided to pay for the financing of a vast empire, engaged in weaving industry.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

The main door in one of the rooms of the mansion is a true work of art.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

It looks like the floor of the mansion Dunstall.

Walking through the mansion Dunstall in Staffordshire

And this view of the ceiling.

Many elements in the design of the mansion are handmade crafts masters of the 18th century. Among these works of art carved wooden staircase and stained-glass windows. Since 1997, the house belongs to Stanley Clarke, who converted it into a VIP hotel.