Hall's Croft

A Jacobean doctor’s house and cherished home to his wife - Shakespeare’s daughter - Susanna. Marvel at the property’s capacious, luxurious rooms and exquisite furnishings all belonging to eminent local physician, Dr John Hall. The couple (married in 1607) lived here in elegant comfort until shortly after Shakespeare’s demise when they moved into New Place. Halls Croft boasts a stunning walled garden replete with roses, herbaceous borders, an age-old mulberry tree and beds of herbs - many of which are mentioned in Dr Hall’s medical notes.



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