Pimhill Barn at Lea Hall

This architecturally stunning barn which dates back to 1584 provides the perfect surroundings for a party. The large room has beautiful oak beams and is adjoined to a traditional brick cart shed with open arches, providing a covered outdoor area. The barn has exposed brick work, rustic beams and a wooden floor. All of the power for the barn is generated from solar panels situated on the roofs of farm buildings at Lea Hall. A combination of the past and the present is what makes the barn a truly unique venue.

Pimhill Barn has seated capacity for up to 150 guests, or 250 if you wish to join a marquee on to the barn. A full list of recommended local suppliers can be provided, covering everything from tables and chairs, flowers and food, but you are of course completely welcome to use your own chosen suppliers. The barn is a blank canvas; our aim is for you to have exactly the event or party that you have imagined. Please do visit the photo gallery and the pinterest site if you would like to see how other people have used the space.

We are situated in North Shropshire, four miles from Shrewsbury on the A528 to Ellesmere. The barn is at the end of a long sweeping driveway and as you approach you will pass Lea Hall and the 16th century dovecote.


Old Rectory Hotel

The Old Rectory is a real haven of comfort and style, a charming retreat for all seasons and occasions.

We’ve created a special place that people love, where individually styled rooms (everyone has a favourite), home and locally sourced produce and friendly and professional staff (if you want our attention) are just part of the Old Rectory experience.

Our handsome Georgian house is located on the edge of the bustling market town of Wem in Shropshire and is set within 3.5 acres of beautiful walled gardens with rolling lawns and stunning photo opportunities. We are small enough to feel warm and homely but big enough to offer modern luxury.

We want our guests to experience the hotel in exactly the way they choose, if you want to stay and relax within our grounds, that’s fine by us, but for guests wanting to explore Shropshire’s special qualities and numerous attractions, the hotel provides the perfect base from which to explore. We’ll just be waiting for you with one of our flavoursome meals or chilled drinks to enjoy on the terrace area during the summer months.

For get-away from it all weekends, informal lunches, dinners, weddings, special occasions or business meeting and conferences, we look forward to seeing you!

Your wedding day is about individuality and creating special memories. Our handsome Georgian house provides the perfect backdrop – set within 3.5 acres of beautiful walled gardens with rolling lawns and stunning photo opportunities, making the perfect Shropshire wedding venue.


Brook Cottage and Camping

Brook Cottage and Camping is a small campsite set in the heart of un-spoilt South Shropshire Hills, in the village of Wall Under Heywood which is between the two medieval market towns of Much Wenlock and Church Stretton.

We offer a holiday cottage, two camping pods, and a bell tent for glamping, as well as a small beautiful 12 pitch campsite.

Brook House Farm is set back from a small single country off the B4371 in very quite countryside, away from any noise and light pollution.

Our comfortable relaxing 2 bedroom stone built holiday let cottage will accommodate 4, away from the hustle and bustle.  Alternatively our campsite also offers a peaceful, secluded retreat.


Walcott Hall

Walcot Hall is considered as one of the top wedding venues in Shropshire. With its turquoise freestanding ballroom, characterful accommodation and eclectic furnishings, it really is a feast for the eyes and perfect for unique wedding ideas. The 30 acres of grounds, including one of the finest arboretums in Britain, offer a wide variety of panoramas, floral displays and garden features including the extensive lake, walled courtyard, unusual statues and fountain. Whether you wanted an outdoor wedding or to hire one of our holiday cottages for a weekend away, vast estate makes for one of the most impressive wedding venues and memorable holiday destination within the Shropshire Hills.

Set in splendour, this grand country estate was formerly residence to Lord Clive of India and overlooks parkland, an extensive lake and rolling Shropshire countryside with beautiful private gardens to the rear. The Parish family have been at Walcot since 1957 and they have always shared their family home with the outside world – it would be a shame not to with all it has to offer…



The beauty and tranquility of little known Shropshire can be fully appreciated at this very unusual property. It stands in a spectacular position overlooking Hawkstone Park, one of the few Grade 1 landscapes in the country.

The timeless appeal of The Citadel, its beautiful surroundings and peaceful, unspoilt location affords visitors to this private country residence a very memorable visit.

Dating from the 1820s, the house stands at the heart of 200 acres of farmland and enjoys views across the Shropshire plain to the Welsh Hills.

As well as being a family home, The Citadel has been run as a luxury bed and breakfast in Shrewsbury for more than 25 years and is also available for a small number of bespoke wedding receptions each year.