The Grange comprises of two separate wings - the former contains the lounge, snug, well equipped kitchen, dining and cloak room with 4 luxury en-suite double bedrooms. Ideal for families and groups of 6-8 people.
The annex, across a small courtyard, provides 3 luxury en-suite double bedrooms for additional hire for a further 4-6 people.
The Grange also boasts a beautifully kept garden and pond, outdoor seating area with BBQ and cedar hot tub which are available for all bookings.
The property and garden looks out to Hencote’s own vineyard consisting of 22,000 vines. Tours and wine tasting are available by appointment.
The Grange at Hencote is fantastically located a mile from Shrewsbury town center where ample boutique shops, restaurants, history and ghost tours and tourist attractions are ready to be explored. We are based in the center of Shropshire and so the perfect location to venture out on day trips to other towns, villages and walks within Shropshire and even Wales.
Up to 8 guests (4 double en-suite bedrooms) £1,749-£4,249 per week
Up to 12 guests (7 double en-suite bedrooms, also includes double steam room) £2,099-£4,949 per week
Additional services can be arranged directly with The Grange manager:
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|House||£1749.00 - £4949.00(Per unit per week)||1||12|
From A5/A49 junction Shrewsbury. Take A49 north. Straight over the first roundabout. At the second roundabout take the second exit. Straight over the third roundabout. Take the second exit at the fourth roundabout onto the A528. After about half a mile you turn right onto Hencote Lane. At the top of the hill take the left lane and Hencote Grange is located at Hencote Farm.
Hencote Lane, Cross Hill
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