Not known by many is this rural Hamlet which gains its name from Thomas Fitzherbert. Fitzherbert, the second son on Sir William Fitzherbert of Norbury, acquired the estate in the late 13th Century where he built the imposing timber framed Grade I Listed Hall which still stands proud in the heart of the village.
Winding country lanes are home to a variety of character cottages and historic buildings, including the imposing Grade I Listed Somersal Herbert Hall which dates back to 1500s beyond a regal walled entrance. The timber framed residence is now privately owned and can be appreciated on the lane up to the beautiful St Peter & St Blaise Church.
Although enjoying a peaceful and secluded location, the village has excellent access to local commuter routes including A50 and A515, giving swift access to Lichfield, Ashbourne, Uttoxeter, Derby, Stoke and Nottingham. Rail travel can be found in Uttoxeter which is also home to the renowned Racecourse.
- Charming Village in Picturesque Surroundings
- St Peter & St Blaise Church
- Stunning Grade I Listed Somersal Herbert Hall
- Walkers Paradise & Easy Access to Peak District
- Ideal A50/A515 Corridor
- Close to Uttoxeter Rail Station & Racecourse