The sunken garden was listed - this attractive garden and pond is said to have been a bear pit at the time of Henry VIII, and is a favourite spot with photographers for wedding photographs.

March 1991
The Fitness Club moved to the ground floor as the swimming pool was built as an extension and a new gym was added, where the Ladies Changing rooms are now. The Fitness Club was opened by Graham Taylor who was then the Manager of the England football team - Graham returned to Moor Hall again in 2003 to officially open the Club when the first floor extension was built. In 1991 the five conference rooms were opened on the first floor.

July 1991
The Webb family celebrated 30 years of ownership of Moor Hall with a 60s disco in the new Charter Suite, hosted by Mal Jay. Tickets were free and drinks were half price until 10.30pm!

Robert Broad retired and Michael Webb took over Broads Travel in Mere Green.

Click on these thumbnails to take a closer look at some photos and articles from the 1990s.


During the 1960s Moor Hall rocked to the sounds of the swinging sixties every night of the week in the original Charter room.

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The 70s saw the stables converted to an extra 31 bedrooms and the popular Cellar Bar opened.

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Jake's Winer Diner (now the Country Kitchen) and the Tony Ford Fitness Centre opened and 24 Executive rooms were added.

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Moor Hall became the 1st Best Western hotel to gain Premier status and the new Leisure Centre, as it is now, was completed.

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In 2011 we celebrated 50 years of ownership by the Webb family and in 2015 the Oak Room restaurant was awarded 2 prestigious AA Rosettes for fine dining.

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