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Walcot Hall

Walcot Hall Summary

  • Address: Lydbury North, nr Bishops Castle, SY7 8AZ (Map)
  • Tel: +44 (0)1588 680570
  • Fax: +44 (0)1588 681030
  • Owner: C.R.W. Parish
  • Administrator: Maria Sawyer
  • E-mail: Click here to contact
 

Walcot Hall Description

Walcot Hall goes back to Tudor times and is the historic home of Lord Clive of India, enjoying a spectacular setting within the rolling Shropshire hills.

Your Reviews of Walcot Hall

Glenn Roderick (23 September 2012)

Bags of character. A certain charm in the faded glory of the place. The grounds are stunning and the location for a wedding cannot be bettered. We loved the two days here but others were less complimentary about the drafty rooms and ancient plumbing. Don`t expect en-suite luxury and designer furniture. The place is a bit Downton Abbey with a little dash of shabbiness.

Mary Sroczynski, nee Walcot (23 May 2007)

Love going back to my 'ancestral home'. The open day in May is a real treat - a quirky place with lovely gardens. The Parrish family have always been very welcoming to Walcots from all over the world and as a trustee of the family archive I would thoroughly recommend a visit to this wonderful place.

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Additional Info for Walcot Hall

  • YesParks
  • YesGardens
  • YesDogs allowed
  • YesWeddings
  • YesDisabled Access
  • YesAccommodation
  • YesRefreshments
  • YesPicnics
  • YesGuides
  • YesConferences
  • YesFilming
  • YesLive Entertainment
  • YesCar Parking

Heritage Groups

  • YesHistoric Houses Association

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