The Gatehouse at Upton Cressett Hall

Upton Cressett, near Bridgnorth, Shropshire
4 Guests
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    The Grade I listed Gatehouse at Upton Cressett is regarded one of the finest Elizabethan gatehouses in the country
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    Ground floor: The fully equipped kitchen has a period stone floor
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    Ground floor: The beamed dining room has a hand-painted Tudor ceiling by Adam Dant and an original north European refectory table
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    Guests who have stayed in the Gatehouse, as well as Prince Rupert, include Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Sir Denis Thatcher
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    First floor: Panelled Thatcher Suite master bedroom with a super-king 6′ half-tester bed with silk drapes
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    First floor: Panelled Thatcher Suite master bedroom with a super-king 6′ half-tester bed with silk drapes
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    First floor: Panelled Thatcher Suite master bedroom with a super-king half-tester bed with silk drapes
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    First floor: Panelled Thatcher Suite master bedroom with complimentary bathrobes
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    First floor: The Thatcher suite has an adjoining sitting room with silk curtains, Tudor fireplace, Knole sofa and spectacular plasterwork
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    First floor: The Thatcher suite has an adjoining sitting room with silk curtains, Tudor fireplace, Knole sofa and spectacular plasterwork
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    First floor: The Thatcher Suite has an en suite turreted wet room
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    Second floor: The Prince Rupert Suite, with a super-king four poster canopy bed, huge exposed beams, oak bookcases, an enormous bath under the mullion windows and a large writing desk
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    Second floor: The Prince Rupert Suite, with a super-king four poster canopy bed, decorated in a 16th century-style linen fabric
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    Second floor: Reading corner in the Prince Rupert Suite
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    Second floor: En suite turreted wet room to the Prince Rupert Suite
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    Entrance gates to The Gatehouse and garden
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    The imposing Gatehouse, with a Beautiful Elizabethan Garden, perfect for outdoor dining, has its own entrance gates, gravelled driveway and parking
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    Next to Upton Cressett Hall is the historic Norman church of St Michael’s with its century wall paintings
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    Attingham Park beautiful parkland and mansion © National Trust
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    Join the ‘Victorian’ townsfolk at Blists Hill Victorian Town © Blists Hill
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The Gatehouse was runner-up for ‘Best Luxury Accommodation in the UK’ at the Hudson’s Heritage Awards 2015 and has won the ‘Best Hidden Gem’ award at the 2011 Hudson’s Heritage Awards.

The Grade I listed Gatehouse at Upton Cressett is regarded one of the finest Elizabethan gatehouses in the country. It is often compared to the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent in which Vita Sackville-West created her library and wrote her many books. The imposing Gatehouse, recently refurbished to a luxurious high standard with all modern comforts, has its own entrance gates, gravelled driveway and parking. Wrought iron gates lead through to a medieval courtyard and 16th century cobbled archway. The Gatehouse has been featured on the cover of Country Life and was admired by Nikolaus Pevsner. In his acclaimed book ‘Best Houses of Britain’, Simon Jenkins described the Gatehouse as ‘an Elizabethan gem’.

Prince Rupert of the Rhine, nephew of Charles I and commander of the royalist troops, stayed in the Gatehouse during the Civil War and the panelled bedroom he slept in is named after him. There is a long-standing tradition that the young Edward V (one of the princes in the Tower), son of King Edward IV, stayed at the early manor in 1483 on his fateful journey from Ludlow Castle (some 17 miles away) to the Tower of London. Others who have stayed in the Gatehouse include Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Sir Denis Thatcher, Elizabeth Hurley and many writers and playwrights.

Upton Cressett is a secluded hamlet deep in the Shropshire countryside, but lies within five miles of historic Bridgnorth with its many individual shops, traditional pubs and excellent restaurants, and eight miles of the small, pretty market town of Much Wenlock. Next to Upton Cressett Hall is the historic Norman church of St Michael’s with its century wall paintings.

Upton Cressett is a haven of peace and rural beauty – an ideal place to explore the Heart of England, from the gastronomic centre of Ludlow to the Ironbridge Gorge Museums and the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a wealth of country parks, historic houses and gardens to explore, including The Dower House Garden in nearby Morville and the world famous nursery gardens of David Austin Roses in Albrighton. There are excellent walking opportunities including the Shropshire Way, the county’s flagship walking and equestrian trail, only half a mile away.

The beamed Coach House (sleeps 4), adjacent to The Gatehouse and equally lovely, can be booked at the same time to make up a party of eight. Please see The Coach House individual listing for more details.

 

Overview

  • 4 Guests
  • Two double bedrooms, both of which are en suite
  • Two bathrooms
  • Suitable for children and baby (travel cot and high chair available on request)
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • Beautiful Elizabethan Garden – perfect for outdoor dining
  • Access to the historic gardens of Upton Cressett
  • Welcome hamper, linen and toiletries
  • Chef available by request for dinners – menus are seasonal
  • A laundry service is available by arrangement
  • Parking for 2 cars

Features

  • This unique and historic self-contained property is ideal for a romantic retreat with a minimum stay of two nights.
  • Historic features such as an original carved oak spiral staircase, mullion windows, ornate sixteenth century plasterwork, Tudor fireplaces, oak floors, panelled bedchambers and half-tester beds. The beamed dining room has a hand-painted Tudor ceiling by Adam Dant and an original north European refectory table which seats ten.
  • The imposing Gatehouse has its own entrance gates which lead into a medieval apple garden with a fountain that evokes the atmosphere of the Elizabethan Age when Richard Cressett built the Gatehouse during the reign of Elizabeth I.
  • A set of linen tapestries in the Gatehouse, known as ‘The Four Seasons of Prince Rupert’, celebrate the life of Prince Rupert, nephew of Charles I and commander of the royalist troops, who stayed in the Gatehouse during the Civil War.
  • The property has recently been refurbished to a luxurious high standard with all modern comforts, including new Lefroy Brooks bathrooms, a designer kitchen, satellite television and under floor heating.
  • Beautiful private Elizabethan garden with flower beds, fruit trees and fountain as well as access to the gardens of Upton Cressett Hall.
  • There are a number of traditional country pubs with great food, open fires and real ale just a short drive away including The Halfway House Inn near Eardington, just 10 minutes’ drive away.
  • A tranquil, peaceful location, yet just five miles from the historic town of Bridgnorth with its many individual shops, traditional pubs and excellent restaurants
  • The perfect base for exploring Shropshire at any time of the year, with excellent walking and the popular destinations of medieval Much Wenlock and Shrewsbury, Church Stretton and Shropshire’s gastronomic capital Ludlow all within easy reach.
  • Nearby historic attractions include Acton Scott, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre at Craven Arms and the interactive museums of Ironbridge.

Property layout

  • Ground floor
    Beamed dining room, reminiscent of a romantic hunting lodge with an original sixteenth century Tudor fireplace, carved original North European refectory table seating ten, and a hand-painted Tudor ceiling by Adam Dant.

    The fully equipped kitchen has a period stone floor, American style fridge freezer, granite work tops and butler sink. If preferred, the housekeeper can cook three course dinners by request. Menus are seasonal.

    Carved oak spiral staircase to:

  • First floor
    The panelled Thatcher Suite master bedroom is named after the former British Prime Minister, and her husband Sir Denis, who spent two nights in the bedroom whilst staying at Upton Cressett in 1994. The suite comprises a double bedroom with a super-king (6′) half-tester bed with silk drapes, ornate 16th century plasterwork, oak panelling and mullion windows overlooking the Elizabethan apple garden. The suite also has an adjoining sitting room with pale blue Fleur De Lys wallpaper, silk curtains, a Tudor fireplace, a Knole sofa and spectacular plasterwork. The suite also has Freeview TV along with a CD player and an iPad dock.

    The en suite wet-room-style shower room in one of the turrets has Lefroy Brooks fittings, marble tops and underfloor heating.

    Carved oak spiral staircase to:

  • Second floor
    The Prince Rupert Suite used to be the old Banqueting Room of the Gatehouse, originally used as a ‘prospect tower’, with superb views stretching for miles across unspoilt Shropshire countryside across the old deer park. It is a huge and sumptuous luxury suite with 16th century beams and a super-king (6′) four poster canopy bed decorated in a 16th century-style linen fabric depicting scenes from an Elizabethan hunt by the artisan Melissa White. There is a free-standing claw bath on a raised oak platform inside the bedroom. The huge room also features an oak library section with two comfortable armchairs, a writing desk and a reading area. The suite also has Freeview TV along with a CD player and an iPad dock.

    The en suite in one of the turrets with Lefroy Brooks fittings includes a powerful wet room shower, traditional claw foot towel rails and underfloor heating.

Equipment

  • Gas central heating, open fire in the sitting room and dining room
  • Electric cooker, microwave, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher
  • Digital TV and stereo system, DVD, CD player. Freeview TV, CD player and an iPad dock in both bedroom suites
  • WiFi internet access*
  • Travel cot and highchair available upon request
  • Garden furniture
  • Ample parking

 
LOCAL INFORMATION

Upton Cressett is a secluded hamlet deep in the Shropshire countryside. The Gatehouse was built as an entrance to the moated manor of Upton Cressett Hall. Guests at The Gatehouse have access to the historic gardens and guided tours of the Hall and Gardens take place at weekends throughout the summer. The new gardens at Upton Cressett have been designed and planted by Lindsay Bousefield and the celebrated Shropshire gardener and writer Dr Katherine Swift. The gardens include Lady Laura’s Rose Garden, The Elizabethan Garden, The Topiary Garden, the Moat Walk (with rare fowl) and the Church Walk. Next to the Hall is the historic Norman church of St Michael’s with its century wall paintings.

LOCAL FOOD AND DRINK

The Acton Arms, Morville (2.4 miles, 6 minutes’ drive) is the nearest pub.
The Halfway House Inn near Eardington (4.5 miles, 10 minutes’ drive).
The Gaskell Arms Hotel & Restaurant, Much Wenlock (7.6 miles, 13 minutes’ drive).
The Raven, Hotel & Restaurant, Much Wenlock (7.7 miles, 14 minutes’ drive).
The Talbot Inn, Much Wenlock (7.8 miles, 15 minutes’ drive).
The Hundred House Hotel in Norton (10.3 miles, 19 minutes’ drive) is a character inn and restaurant and holder of many prestigious food awards.

TOWNS & VILLAGES

BRIDGNORTH (4.6 miles). The High and Low towns are connected by England’s oldest (and steepest) inland Funicular railway. The remains of Bridgnorth Castle, the fine views, the Saturday Market, antique shops and inns of Bridgnorth have been enchanting visitors for centuries. Bridgnorth town trail will take you round many of the fine buildings that grace the town. Nearby an iron footbridge takes you to the Severn Valley Railway Station which operates mainly steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster, a journey of about 16 miles, along the beautiful Severn Valley.

MUCH WENLOCK (7.8 miles) is a small, pretty market town (Market day is Saturday). Recently voted the second most beautiful town in England, attractions include the ruins and grounds of Wenlock Priory (English Heritage), one of the largest and most important in the 15th century. Go antique shopping, visit the museum, browse for second hand books (Wenlock Books won the coveted Independent Bookseller of the Year award in 2006) and shop at the famous Beaman butchers that recently was awarded Best Butcher in Britain and the award wining Tanners wine merchants.

BROSELEY (8 miles) sits on the lip of the wooded Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. The Jackfield Tile Museum and the Broseley Pipeworks, two of the ten award winning Ironbridge Gorge Museums, tell the story of Broseley’s tile and pipe making past.

IRONBRIDGE (10 miles). The Ironbridge Gorge Museums are a series of ten amazing museums located in the spectacular and beautiful Ironbridge gorge that offers a great day out for people of all ages.

TELFORD (17 miles).

CHURCH STRETTON (20 miles). A thriving antiques centre with over 60 stalls open every day, independent shops, cosy cafes and the nearby Acton Scott Historic Working Farm.

LUDLOW (20 miles). Attractions include Ludlow Castle and hosts several annual festivals (please see the events section at the end of this page).

CRAVEN ARMS (20.5 miles). Visit the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Stokesay Castle (English Heritage), explore Onny Meadows and the Land of Lost Content (The National Museum of Popular British Culture).

SHREWSBURY (22 miles). Attractions include Shrewsbury Castle and Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery.

CASTLES & HILL FORTS

Acton Burnell Castle, English Heritage (15 miles).

Caer Caradoc hill fort (21 miles).

Ludlow Castle (21 miles).

Stokesay Castle, English Heritage, near Craven Arms (21.2 miles).

Powis Castle and Garden, National Trust, Welshpool (28 miles).

Old Oswestry hill fort, English Heritage, Oswestry (39 miles).

Chirk Castle, National Trust, Chirk, Wrexham (45 miles).

ACTIVITIES

WALKS/COUNTRY PARKS

The Gatehouse has information and maps of local walks. There is a framed large scale Ordinance Survey map of the surrounding countryside at The Gatehouse which details all local public footpaths as well as the way to the Shropshire Way, the county’s flagship walking and equestrian trail (just half a mile away) and The Cressett Circle walks.

The Jack Mytton Way, a long distance footpath and bridleway for horseriders, hillwalkers and mountain bikers, is half a mile away.

Explore the historic market town of Much Wenlock (7.8 miles), then stride along Wenlock Edge.

The Wenlock Walks are five short circular walks which start at the clock tower in Much Wenlock square, opposite the Guildhall and the museum (7.8 miles). None of them is more than 5km, and each one can be walked in two hours or less.

Severn Valley Country Park near Alveley (12.5 miles).

Rectory Wood and field (20 miles).

Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills (20 miles). The Long Mynd Walk is a 5 mile walk.

Wyre Forest, Callow Hill, Kidderminster (20.3 miles). Attractions include Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure and Tree Top Junior.

Onny Meadows near Craven Arms, is behind the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre (20.6 miles).

Stiperstones Nature Reserve (30 miles).

Hawkstone Park Follies historic woodland fantasy, Weston-under-Redcastle (31 miles).

GOLF

Bridgnorth Golf Course, Bridgnorth (5 miles).
The Astbury Golf Course, Astbury Hall, Chelmarsh, Bridgnorth – ranked in top 3 courses in the UK, one of England’s finest championship golf courses (6.4 miles).
Worfield Golf Club, Roughton, Near Bridgnorth (8.4 miles).
Chesterton Valley Golf Club, Bridgnorth (10 miles).

HOUSES & GARDENS

Morville Hall, The National Trust, Morville, near Bridgnorth (3 miles).

The Dower House Garden, Morville, near Bridgnorth, occupies a 1.5 acre site in a beautiful setting within the grounds of Morville Hall (3 miles).

Dudmaston Estate, The National Trust, Quatt, near Bridgnorth (8.5 miles).

Benthall Hall, The National Trust, Broseley (10.5 miles).

David Austin Roses in Albrighton (15 miles).

Attingham Park, The National Trust, Atcham, Shrewsbury (17.5 miles).

Weston Park House, Gardens and Park, Weston-under-Lizard (21 miles).

Boscobel House & The Royal Oak, English Heritage, Brewood (22 miles).

Berrington Hall, The National Trust, near Leominster (27 miles).

MUSEUMS

Ironbridge Gorge Museums (approximately 10 miles), are a series of ten amazing museums located in the spectacular and beautiful Ironbridge gorge.
As you get closer to the Museums follow the specific signs:
For Blists Hill Victorian Town, Coalport China Museum and Tar Tunnel, follow Blists Hill Museums.
For Jackfield Tile Museum, Broseley Pipeworks, Museum of The Gorge and The Iron Bridge & Tollhouse, follow Ironbridge Museums.
For Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, Enginuity and Darby Houses, follow Coalbrookdale Museums.

RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal (18 miles).

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm, Wenlock Lodge, Church Stretton (20.5 miles). Acton Scott has a superb array of events throughout the year – please check their web site before you visit.

The Land of Lost Content (The National Museum of Popular British Culture), Craven Arms (20.3 miles).

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms (20.5 miles).

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

Bridgnorth Cliff Railway, Bridgnorth (4.6 miles).

The Severn Valley Railway, Bridgnorth (4.6 miles) operates mainly steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster, a journey of about 16 miles, along the beautiful Severn Valley.

Daniels Mill, near Bridgnorth (5.7 miles).

Wenlock Priory (English Heritage), Much Wenlock (7.8 miles).

Buildwas Abbey, English Heritage, near Ironbridge (11.1 miles).

Wroxeter Roman City, English Heritage, Wroxeter, near Shrewsbury (15.5 miles). Visit the nearby Wroxeter Vineyard.

Heart of Wales Railway Line which runs from Craven Arms (20.5 miles) to Llanelli in South Wales.

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom, Preston on the Weald Moors (23 miles).

EVENTS

FEBRUARY

Half Term Fun at Stokesay Castle, English Heritage, near Craven Arms (21 miles).

APRIL

Cadbury Egg Hunts, Attingham Park, The National Trust, Atcham, Shrewsbury (17.5 miles).
Easter Eggs-travaganza, Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms (20.5 miles). 11am-3pm.
Easter Weekend, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge (10 miles).
Cadbury Egg Hunts, Carding Mill Valley (National Trust) (20 miles).
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
Spring loaded workshops, Enginuity (11 miles).
Ceramic crafts, Coalport China Museum (11 miles).
Cadbury Egg Hunts, Dudmaston Estate, The National Trust, Quatt, near Bridgnorth (8.5 miles).
Science with a Bang, Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms (20.5 miles). 1-2.30pm.
Easter themed tile decorating workshops, Jackfield Tile Museum (11 miles).
Easter Activities, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge (10 miles).
Boots and bonnets trail, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
27-30 Ludlow May Fair, Ludlow (20 miles).

MAY

1 Ludlow May Fair, Ludlow (20 miles).
Shrewsbury Children’s Bookfest, Shrewsbury (22 miles).
6-8 Meccanuity, Enginuity (11 miles).
Designer’s apprentice trail, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
Celebrate May Day, Dudmaston Estate, The National Trust, Quatt, near Bridgnorth (8.5 miles).
13-14 Ludlow Food Spring Festival, Ludlow (20 miles).
21 Classic Vehicle Day at Eaton Manor, Eaton Manor Country Estate, Church Stretton (17.6 miles).
Queen Victoria’s Birthday, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge (10 miles).

JUNE

Queen Victoria’s Birthday, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge (10 miles).
3-11 Shropshire Hills Art Week
11 RAF Cosford Air Show, Cosford (18 miles).
17-30 Ludlow Fringe Festival, Ludlow (20 miles).
Church Stretton Walking Festival, Church Stretton (2 miles).
Bridgnorth Town Carnival, Bridgnorth (4.6 miles)
24-25 Shrewsbury Food Festival, Quarry Park, Shrewsbury (21.8 miles).
Vintage and Steam Show, Aston on Clun, Craven Arms (23 miles).

JULY

1-2 Ludlow Fringe Festival, Ludlow (20 miles).
Blues ‘n’ Roots Festival, Church Stretton (20 miles).
Festival at the Edge, Stokes Barn, Much Wenlock (8 miles).
The Rally in the Valley, Bridgnorth (4.6 miles).
Hands on History, Stokesay Castle, English Heritage, near Craven Arms (21 miles).
Children’s Summer Holiday Activity Days, Dudmaston Estate, The National Trust, Quatt, near Bridgnorth (8.5 miles).
Church Stretton Arts Festival, Church Stretton (20 miles).

AUGUST

Church Stretton Arts Festival, Church Stretton (20 miles).
Hands on History, Stokesay Castle, English Heritage, near Craven Arms (21 miles).
Children’s Summer Holiday Activity Days, Dudmaston Estate, The National Trust, Quatt, near Bridgnorth (8.5 miles). Selected dates.
3 Burwarton Show, Burwarton Agricultural Society, The Show Office, Bridgnorth (10 miles).
Boating on the lake, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles). Selected dates.
11-12 Shrewsbury Flower Show, Quarry Lodge, Shrewsbury (22 miles).
18-28 Bridgnorth Music & Arts Festival, Bridgnorth (4.6 miles).
25-28 Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Shrewsbury (22 miles).
27 Ludlow Green Festival, Ludlow (20 miles).

SEPTEMBER

Boating on the lake, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
8-10 Ludlow Food Festival, Ludlow (20 miles).
Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Festival, Ironbridge (10 miles).

OCTOBER

Ghostly graveyard trail, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
Spooky Tales & Crafts, Stokesay Castle, English Heritage, near Craven Arms (21 miles).

NOVEMBER

Ghostly graveyard trail, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
Ironbridge Christmas Lights Switch on & Fireworks, Ironbridge (10 miles).
Christmas at Attingham, Attingham Park (The National Trust) (17.5 miles).
Christmas Lighting Up Night, Bridgnorth (4.6 miles).
Christmas with the Georgians, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
Christmas Craft Fair, Dudmaston Estate, The National Trust, Quatt, near Bridgnorth (8.5 miles).
Festive Frost Fair, Church Stretton (20 miles).
Ironbridge Gorgeous Contemporary Christmas Craft Fair, Enginuity near Ironbridge (11 miles).
Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre, Ludlow Castle grounds (20 miles).
Church Stretton Christmas Lights Switch-on celebrations; 2-5pm Santa’s grotto, 3-6pm Festive Music, song & dance in Town Square, entertainers and mulled wine; 4pm Christingle Service; 5pm Christmas Lights ‘Switch on’. (20 miles).
Pantomime at Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury (22 miles).

DECEMBER

Christmas at Attingham, Attingham Park (The National Trust) (17.5 miles).
Pantomime at Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury (22 miles).
Santa Safari at Hawkstone Park Follies (31 miles).
Christmas with the Georgians, Berrington Hall (National Trust), near Leominster (27 miles).
Much Wenlock Christmas Fair, Much Wenlock (7.8 miles).
Weston Park Christmas Food and Craft Fayre, Weston Park Mansion, Weston-under-Lizard (21 miles). With over 80 indoor and outdoor stalls. Take a ride on the Miniature Railway, tuck into a delicious hog roast or enjoy lunch in the Granary Grill.
Santa Steam Specials, Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster (18 miles). Selected dates.
Victorian Christmas, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge (10 miles).
Pantomime at Oakengates Theatre @The Place in Telford
Victorian Christmas, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge (10 miles).
Shrewsbury Winter Festival, The Quarry, Shrewsbury (12.5 miles). 160 exhibitors featuring artisan local foods, drink and handmade crafts. Carol singing, elf workshops, a winter ale trail, artisan producers, festive food, Big Top circus fun, festive films, brass bands and more. (22 miles).

 

 

Visitors’ Notes

Things you need to know about The Gatehouse if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • Sorry, no pets are allowed at this property
  • The property is unsuitable for young children and infirm adults, due to the oak spiral staircase to the bedroom suites
  • A laundry service is available by arrangement
  • Guests can unload their cars in the bay outside The Gatehouse steps and then use The Hall car park during their stay
  • Access is via a winding and, in places, steep lane which leads to the Hall
  • Minimum stay 2 nights all year, except Christmas and New Year which is 4 nights

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to Guests free of charge. Should Guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.