Whitton Hall is a family run B&B in the heart of the Shropshire/Welsh borders. Guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast before choosing to relax and unwind in the peace and quiet of the beautiful gardens or they can venture further afield and explore some of the medieval market towns and castles near by.
What makes a stay at Whitton Hall unique?
A stay at Whitton Hall is like stepping back in time. There is a warm welcome as it is still a family home and the gardens are lovingly kept by the owners, Christopher & Gill, who still live in the main house. One guest recently used the word 'serendipity' to describe his visit to this small corner of Shropshire heaven. Wonder around the woodland gardens and watch bird life around the lake. Leave all your worries behind.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Whitton Hall?
The Garden Room is the largest and is part of a cottage that can be taken for self-catering. It has a family room that can be made up for four. The Mulberry Room is very up it's own old oak staircase and looks out onto the front lawn. Furnished in antiques it has a twin/double bed and its own spacious bathroom. The Apple Room is a ground floor double room ideal for guests with dogs. It is spacious and has an en suite shower room.
Breakfast is served over in the main house in the dining room which was originally the kitchen when the house was built in the 1760s.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Shrewsbury area?
Guests are well placed to venture into Wales and discover Powis Castle, the market town of Montgomery and the beautiful walks around Lake Vyrnwy. Shrewsbury offers wonderful medieval and Georgian architecture, old churches and fabulous independent shops and cafes. A walk along River Severn through the park in the summer is always a treat.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Shrewsbury is a 20 minute drive away and offers a wide selection of independently owned cafes and restaurants. Nearer to home there is The Yockleton Arms and The Windmill which are great for popping out for a quick bite.