This stunning Victorian Hunting Lodge is a luxury self-catering bolt hole affording privacy for a relaxing break away.
Set over three floors, leading up to the top floor sitting room with panoramic views over historic parkland, the Tower combines all the home comforts that you would expect but in a unique historic hideaway.
The Weston Park estate on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border is home to six unique historic holiday properties, each with their own story. Temple of Diana (6 guests); The Knoll Tower (2 guests); Pink Cottage (2 guests); The Gardener’s Bothy (2 guests); The Potting Shed (2 guests); and the main house, Weston Park (up to 54 guests in 28 rooms).
The Weston Park Foundation, the independent charitable trust who own and maintain the estate has given each property a new lease of life balancing comfort and modernity whilst remaining sympathetic to their extraordinary heritage thus providing a rare opportunity to stay in the heart of this historical estate.
Set on the far side of the Estate, The Knoll Tower benefits from the 1,000 acres of Capability Brown Parkland that Weston Park has to offer, being a stately home, events venue, visitor attraction and luxury get away all rolled into one. At certain times of the year you will need to share the estate with a wide variety of events that take place in and around the Parkland. There are also times of the year where no events take place on the Estate so please click here to take a look at the calendar – you may even be planning to come along to one!
The team in our 1767 Granary Brasserie & Bakery prepare your welcome hamper which will include milk, butter, eggs, cheese, biscuits, freshly baked bread and a bottle of wine – all of which are sourced from the food heroes who we work with both locally and further afield.
If you don’t feel like cooking the Granary Brasserie is approximately a 20-minute walk or a short drive from the property. The Granary Brasserie draws inspiration from local and estate produce with seasonal dishes, sharing boards and our signature Weston Park Burger and delicious desserts. The Granary Brasserie is open for lunch and dinner on Friday, Lunch and Dinner on Saturday and Sunday Lunch. Over in the Granary Bakery you will find award-winning coffee, homemade sandwiches and wholesome cakes. Throughout the day you can enjoy savoury and sweet tarts, pastries and yoghurt pots, cakes, brioches and afternoon tea bakes.
The Shropshire/Staffordshire area has plenty on offer to explore with the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge and its famous museums, foodie destination Ludlow and historic Chester all within easy reach.