The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
Toad Hall is the ancestral home of J. Thaddeus Toad. An old mansion in the Tudor style, Toad's wreckless spending on his various manias has become a great financial threat to the house's future, with Angus MacBadger being in charge of keeping track of the Toad family finances. This culminates in Toad trading the deed for Toad Hall to a group of weasels and their boss Mr. Winkie for a stolen red motorcar. With Toad framed for robbery and sent to prison, this allows Winkie and his gang to take over the estate.
When Toad escapes from prison, he and his friends sneak back into Toad Hall to steal back the deed, narrowly escaping with it and their lives. With Toad vindicated, he has chosen to give up his motor mania, though now he's taken a liking to airplanes.
The Wind in the Willows (1996)
When the Weasels take possession of Toad Hall, they scheme to tear the old mansion down and built a dog food factory in its place that will process all the other animals living along the river.
Toad Hall's exterior first appeared at Disneyland in the form of a miniature on the Storybook Land Canal Boats. When Fantasyland was overhauled in 1983, the Storybook Land model was used as a base for a new facade for the Mr. Toad's Wild Ride attraction.
Toad Hall serves as the home of a restaurant at Disneyland Paris. Early plans involved bringing the ride over as well, with the attraction boarding from a carriage house next to the restaurant, but these plans would be scrapped.