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1000 acres, wonderful views and a very tranquil location
lies within beautiful rolling Shropshire hill country site

History
Pitchford Hall is Grade I listed and one of England's finest Elizabethan half timbered houses. The first record of the estate is in the Domesday Book (1081 - 86) and...
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Pitchford Ghosts
When I inherited Pitchford Hall in January 1972 from my stepfather Robin Grant, I had always kept an open mind with regard to ghosts. I knew that my Grandmother, Lady...
The Tree House
The famous Tree House at Pitchford, arguably the oldest in the world, is circa 17th Century origin - first mentioned in 1692. It was given a new image in 1760...
The Subterranean Tunnel and The Coracles
One of my favourite teases for admirers who came to stay at Pitchford was to make them crawl down the subterranean tunnel and to paddle their way about the lake...
Village Shops
Acton Burnell: pretty village shop which sells milk, bread, sweets and a range of other goods including newspapers. Distance: 2.5 miles Condover: village shop which includes an excellent butchery. The...
Local pubs
Shropshire is home to a number of excellent places to eat and drink, many of which are just a short cycle, drive or taxi ride away. Below is a selection...
Activities
Shropshire is well known for its countryside sports, and the Estate has some excellent facilities close by. Riding and fishing are popular choices, while a pheasant shoot takes place on...
A week at Pitchford
Here's a suggested week's plan of the many things to do in and around the Pitchford Estate.
Here's some useful links
We have included links here to Shropshire web sites which might be of interest for gathering further information about the area before or during your holiday.
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