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Shropshire countryside

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Escape to the English Countryside with the Pitchford Estate

1000 acres, breathtaking views and a stunning rural location.

The thousand acre Pitchford Estate is a dairy, sheep and arable farm with extensive woodland located six miles south of Shrewsbury in one of England's most rural counties, Shropshire. The Estate is home to Pitchford Hall (Generals' Quarters), Windy Mundy Farm, Stockbatch Granary and Tree House Barn, four holiday lets available as holiday accommodation for groups of up to 14, 16, 14 and 4 respectively.
With stunning interiors and an idyllic location, these properties offer a country escape that we hope that you'll love as much as we do.
Homely Holidays
Homely Holidays
The houses and farms on the Pitchford Estate are luxuriously fitted and ideal for self-catering holidays, ideal for larger groups looking for a weekend getaway. Each house has a fully equipped kitchen, plenty of space around the dining table and enough bathrooms for everyone. The Estate has holiday lets for larger groups of 14-16 or groups of four, with multiple properties within walking distance of each other, all in historic buildings in the beautiful Shropshire Hill country. At the heart of the Estate is Pitchford Hall which once played host to Queen Victoria, who visited Pitchford as a 13-year-old princess and climbed up into the famous Pitchford tree house. The Hall was also considered as a safe house for the British Royal Family during the Second World War.

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The Treehouse

The grounds of Pitchford Hall are home to a local tourist attraction: one of the world's oldest treehouses, Nestled in the spreading branches of a lime tree, the treehouse has been standing since the late 1600s.
If you would like to go on a guided tours of Pitchford Hall & Treehouse please book through the Historic Houses website