The Generals Quarters, The Pitchford Estate, Pitchford, Near Shrewsbury

Shropshire. Sleeps up to 14

The Generals Quarters, inspired by two distinct periods, is peacefully situated within extensive grounds, and is ideal for large family groups.. 18 steps to entrance.
Ground Floor:
Living room 1:
With Freeview TV and DVD player.
Living room 2.
Dining room: With open fire.
Kitchen: With range, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer.
Games room: With small pool table.
Bedroom 1: With twin beds.
Shower room 1: With shower cubicle and toilet.
Separate toilet.
2 sets of stairs (1 winding) to...
First Floor:
Bedroom 2:
With twin beds, seating area and en-suite with roll-top bath and toilet.
Bedroom 3: With kingsize bed, and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
Bedroom 4: With four poster super kingsize bed.
Bedroom 5: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 6: With twin beds.
Bedroom 7: With twin beds.
Shower room 2:
With shower cubicle and toilet (also accessed from bedroom 3).
Shower room 3: With shower cubicle and toilet.
Bathroom: With bath and toilet.. Oil central heating and Wi-Fi included. Enclosed garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture and barbecue. 8-acres of grounds (shared). Private parking for 6 cars; additional spaces available on request Please note: There is a unfenced lake and unfenced drops in the grounds, children must be supervised.. Electricity, bed linen and towels included. No smoking.. Peacefully situated within the extensive grounds of the Pitchford Estate, these four properties offer superb holiday accommodation. The Generals’ Quarters (UKC2646) is named after a previous owners of the hall, General Sir Robert and Charles Grant. Guests will be situated in the West Wing, the oldest part of the hall constructed in 1549 (but with beams dating back to the 1250s), and the Hall’s Northern Range. The accommodation will be based on The Tudors and the late Georgian period. Guests will notice the two distinct periods as they move around the General’s Quarters, and will be able to decide which period rooms they wish to sleep in.

Windy Mundy Farm (RNG) has been converted from an 18th-century threshing barn and deer shelter and is located on an old deer park at the centre of the estate. The bespoke oak dining table offers a dining arrangement for 16 guests. Built on top of a south-facing hill overlooking Row Brook, and part of a working arable farm, it is surrounded by fields of wheat and barley and has spectacular, far-reaching views towards the Shropshire hills. Enclosed by a long stone wall, the farm has its own courtyard garden with a terrace and barbecue.

Stockbatch Granary (RJ6) is reached by a mile-long drive passing through the mixed arable land of Stockbatch Farm, with its fields of corn encircled by woodland. It comprises an 18th-century granary, clapperboard barn, stables and cowsheds, and nestles on a south-facing slope, at the bottom of which a stream wends its way gently along. A courtyard garden enclosed by a red sandstone wall provides a pleasant sitting-out area from which to survey the countryside views.

Tree House Barn (RDDJ) is a sensitively restored detached barn conversion which enjoys views of the world famous Pitchford Tree House (the oldest tree house in the world).

Within 6 miles of each property is historic Shrewsbury with its fascinating architecture, castle, museums, fine shops and wealth of traditional inns and restaurants. Easily accessible is popular Church Stretton, and Shropshire’s finest town Ludlow, framed by the gentle Clee Hills, with its impressive castle, magnificent church, many half-timbered buildings and Georgian red-brick houses. Bridgnorth has what is reputed to be the steepest cliff railway in Britain and superb cliff-top walks overlooking the River Severn below. From here, during summer, the Severn Valley Railway’s steam train chugs the scenic 16-mile route to Kidderminster. Attingham Park (National Trust), Benthall Hall (National Trust), Ironbridge Gorge and the old market town of Much Wenlock (with its medieval priory) are all within easy driving distance. Riding, sailing, fishing, golf, pubs and restaurants locally. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 5 miles.

Tree House Barn (RDDJ), Stockbatch Granary (RJ6), Windy Mundy Farm (RNG) and The Generals Quarters (UKC2646) can be booked together to accommodate up to 48 guests.

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