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Telegraph Review

Read Sandra Shields' review of her stay with us.

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Set in an incredible 500 acres of Shropshire countryside, this is a remarkable traditional ancient manor house and working farm where you can enjoy total peace and personal, homely hospitality. This idyllic rural retreat permits you to immerse yourself in history and nature.

This grand house has been restored with loving care by its current owners, who have been unfailingly respectful of its essence. The hotel is subsequently teeming with character, with its wooden beams and panelling, stone mullioned windows, Tudor stone carvings, and Elizabethan walled gardens. It has been privately owned by the Ashton family for over 450 years, with the current generation running things for the last 30 or so.

The main house has a characterful restaurant room, and offers friendly and relaxed dining. There’s a cosy bar, off the lounge, where you can sit in tub chairs and admire the bucolic views. The medieval Buttery Room, with its huge inglenook fireplace, is a fabulous space for private dining parties.

Additional facilities include an impressive separate events building for wedding ceremonies, conferences, and family celebrations (Soulton Court), spanning two floors and hosting up to 300 guests. Parking is plentiful.

Charming owner Ann is extremely hospitable, courteous, and a mine of information, whether it’s discussing roses, beekeeping, farming, or soil. Her husband and son, too, make the whole experience endearing.

There are four en-suite rooms in the main house, all with original features, such as fireplaces, small intriguing alcoves, and wood panelling. They are traditionally styled with antique pieces, silk curtains, chandeliers, and dressing and writing tables. Bathrooms have separate showers, and there are tea/coffee-making facilities.

Across the lawn, there are further rooms in the Carriage House (dog-friendly) offering total privacy with superb views from your own patio. Beyond the walled garden there are rooms in the Cedar Lodge (one four-poster suite; three garden rooms with shared bathroom; dog friendly).

There are four en-suite rooms in the main house, all with original features, such as fireplaces, small intriguing alcoves, and wood panelling. They are traditionally styled with antique pieces, silk curtains, chandeliers, and dressing and writing tables. Bathrooms have separate showers, and there are tea/coffee-making facilities.

Across the lawn, there are further rooms in the Carriage House (dog-friendly) offering total privacy with superb views from your own patio. Beyond the walled garden there are rooms in the Cedar Lodge (one four-poster suite; three garden rooms with shared bathroom; dog friendly).

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Click here for the full review by Sandra Shields,

 

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