Room Only Service
At the present time we are operating on a room only basis. The pub and kitchen are closed and therefore we are unable to offer food or drink.
We can suggest nearby venues which provide excellent meals and snacks. Please, just ask.
EXPLORE WHAT'S NEARBY
Bletchley is a hamlet near Market Drayton in Shropshire and it's perfectly placed for you to enjoy not only the wonderfully diverse county of Shropshire and it's historic towns but you are perfectly placed for other places of interest.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR STAY
Set in 100 acres of Parkland The Follies is a range of dramatic and rugged natural sandstone hills that were developed to include gullies, caves, towers and bridges, becoming one of the most visited landscapes in Britain during the 19th Century.
Positioned down a peaceful lane one mile outside the Shropshire town is Market Drayton Golf Club. Established in 1906 it is a beautiful course with elevations that afford spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Market Drayton manages to produce a little something for everybody within its 18 holes parkland layout.
For over fifty years my family have welcomed visitors to share with us the gardens here at Hodnet. We gain great pleasure from them and hope that our visitors will leave with happy memories of their own.
Sir Algernon and Lady Heber-Percy
The complex at Hawkstone has been in private ownership since June 2016 and the Club looks forward to building a close working relationship with the new owner.
Both courses are superbly maintained and there can be few more beautiful places in which to play the game of golf in the UK!
We are one of the oldest shooting grounds in the UK nestled in the beautiful North Shropshire countryside. Established as a shooting school since 1934 the grounds can boast numerous majors and world championship events, it has also provided generations of customers with invaluable tuition.
There can't be many towns with 660 listed buildings, a museum in an old music hall and carved characters peering down at you from a c.1500's building. And have you heard about Shrewsbury's 921 years of wine buffs and Darwin's school days?