The Cottages on Soulton Farm
The history of the farm means that over the years/centuries several cottages were built to accommodate the families of the people who were part of our Soulton community, and who supported in the work of looking after our particular corner of Shropshire.
Today, some of these houses are available as self catering holiday cottage retreats or 'vacation rentals'.
Keeper's Cottage -- a substantial cottage in unique woodland setting, sleeping 6;
Shooter's Lodge -- a spacious, well-appointed modern bungalow, sleeping 6;
Herdsman's Cottage -- one of a pair of Victorian cottages, sleeping 5;
Ploughman's Cottage -- the other of a pair of Victorian cottages, sleeping 5.
The holiday cottages are independent houses, each with its own garden, kitchen, living/dining space, in addition to bedrooms and bathrooms. They all have ample space to park cars.
Some cottage guests will make frequent visits to Soulton Hall for meals (breakfast and dinner by separate arrangement), others will be busy going out: walking, touring, cycling, relaxing, or having quiet time together.
The cottages are an economic way of taking a bigger number of people away to Shropshire for more extended periods (in particular because you don't have to keep eating out), and for this reason suit families and/or friendship groups. Indeed they are a useful as extra options for guests attending celebrations or weddings around the Soulton and Wem area.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Cottage||£220.00 - £600.00(Per unit per week)||3||6|
At the junction of the A5/A49 (N) take the A49 right towards Whitchurch. Next main roundabout go straight on carrying on the A49. At the next roundabout turn left on the A5124 towards Ellesmere and turn right on the next roundabout A528. In Harmer Hill bear right on to the B5476 to Wem. In Wem turn right by church towards Whitchurch. Go over the railway line on to Soulton Road B5065. Finish at Soulton Hall on the right (signposted)
Tel: 01939 232786
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