This is where the world famous author D.H.Lawrence lived from 1887 to 1891 when he was two years old. It is also the setting of the Morrel's house in Sons and Lovers. The downstairs is a private museum having been lovingly restored to its original Victorian fixtures and fittings including the black leaded fireplace. When you enter the house you really do walk back in time to over a century ago.
By staying here you are helping to protect the house for posterity. People from all over the world visit the house. Relatives of both D.H.Lawrence and Freida Von Richtofen, cousin of the 'Red Baron', have been here. A number of notable writers, artists and playwrights have lived here. The house has been a location for two major films, televised drama and documentaries.
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