Four star accommodation in Shropshire
Surrounded by quiet Shropshire countryside, Moreton Hall Farm is set in beautiful landscaped gardens where you can relax, unwind and enjoy the use of our outdoor heated swimming pool during the summer months (June, July & August).
Moreton Hall is a family run farm. We are in an ideal location for mid-week business visitors being located between Telford, Gnosall and Stafford and only a few miles from all. We warmly welcome individuals, couples and families visiting on holiday (Ironbridge World Heritage Site is nearby), catching up with friends and family, or maybe you simply want that Shropshire Farm Stay experience.
Cyclists and their bikes are more than welcome with a lock up barn available. The farm is just a short distance from route 55, with Shropshire & Staffordshire offering cyclists a wealth of tracks and lanes to explore.
There is much to see and do in the surrounding area, from English Heritage Sites and historic buildings to a diverse range of family attractions.
We look forward to welcoming you to Moreton Hall Farm self catering cottages in Shropshire. If you have any questions or would like to book your stay, please do not hesitate to contact us.
- Harper Adams University College, Newport
- Moreton Hall Farm accommodation and self catering cottages are ideally based for visiting Harper Adams University College.
- Lilleshall National Sports & Conferencing Centre
- Set in spectacular and secluded surroundings, Lilleshall is one of the UK’s National Sports Centres.
- Weston Park
- Host to Midland Game Fair and Model Air Show, plus the restored 1767 Granary is home to the Granary Grill & Deli. Pop along for lunch or dinner.
- RAF Cosford (Air show and FREE museum)
- Over 70 aircraft of international importance are housed in three Wartime Hangars and within the National Cold War Exhibition.
- Stafford County Showground
- Home to Staffordshire County Show and many other events throughout the year.
- Studio Gallery of Contemporary – ArtistCarole Baker at Weston Heath
- Stately homes and grounds – not far from Shugborough, Chillington, Attingham or Stafford Castle
- Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site
- Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution with ten award-winning museums including Blists Hill Victorian Town and Enginuity, spread along the valley beside the River Severn.
- Boscobel House (English Heritage)
- Boscobel House and its Royal Oak tree became famous as hiding places of King Charles II after defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
- Shugborough Estate (ancestral home of Earls of Lichfield)
- A working historic estate with mansion house, servants’ quarters and museum, Georgian farm and mill, walled garden and more.
- Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- With walking to suit all abilities, across heather and hill tops, through meadows and woods.
- Cannock Chase
- Birches Valley Forest Centre is a great starting point for a day out on Cannock Chase. From the midlands best bike trails and woodland walks, to adventure play and Go Ape.
- Attingham Park (National Trust)
- Elegant 18th-century mansion set in an extensive deer park.
- Severn Valley Railway
- A Wonderful Way to Spend a Day – The Severn Valley Railway operates mainly steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster, a journey of about 16 miles, along the beautiful Severn Valley.
- At Telford’s heart, surrounded by tall buildings, is the biggest and best shopping centre in all of Shopaholic Shropshire.
- Market towns of Shrewsbury, Newport and Stafford
- Shrewsbury, Shropshire’s county town, lies within a giant loop of the river Severn and is famed for its castle, spires, abbey, parklands and half-timbered medieval houses, many of which remain what they’ve always been: shops.
- Newport is one of Shropshire’s picturesque market towns, located 10 miles from Telford on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border. Explore historical buildings, shops, boutiques, restaurants, traditional pubs and cafes. As well as shops, Stafford has a castle, farm yard, marina, racecourse, forest adventure, stately home, art gallery, monkey forest… the list goes on.
Gardens & Parks
- David Austin Roses, Albrighton
- The National Collection of English Roses is held in the gardens at Albrighton. Over 700 different varieties of roses are planted, covering around 2 acres.
- Attingham Park (National Trust)
- Discover the tranquil space of the Walled Garden – and bring some local produce home with you from their shop.
- Dudmaston Hall (National Trust)
- Nine acres of gardens to explore, including the Rockery Bank and American Garden.
- Hawkstone Park & Follies
- An historic woodland fantasy with cliffs, crags, caves, deep woods and a series of extraordinary monuments built over 200 years ago.
- Hodnet Hall Gardens
- Over 60 acres of brilliantly coloured flowers, magnificent forest trees, sweeping lawns and a chain of ornamental pools.
- Dorothy Clive Garden
- Including a wonderful woodland garden and waterfall, hillside alpine scree and pool, laburnum arch, summer flowering rose walk, vibrant seasonal borders, edible woodland and more.