Authentic Craftsmen's Workshop from the Powis Estate
The Wheelwright’s Shop was originally located on the Powis Estate, dating back to 1840 it once would have been a hive of activity where craftsmen would make and maintain the wheels of the timber wagons used across the extensive country pile.
Inside the Wheelwright’s Shop you will find a large open plan kitchen, living and dining area with a wood burning stove for the cooler evenings. Cosy and eclectic furnishings make for a comfortable stay and there is even a Rayburn to keep you toasty during the winter months. You will find a variety of quirky features in the Wheelwright’s Shop from carved wood samples, craftsmen’s retired tools and vintage items re-fashioned as something more useful – Walcot Hall love to up cycle!
This self-catering cottage features a double bed on a mezzanine level with access via a beautiful handmade staircase and a double sofa bed in the living area (bedding and towels are provided). This area can be partitioned off with a pair of heavy curtains for privacy. Additional camp beds and travel cots can be arranged on request.
This new addition really is a gem, the perfect countryside bolthole for a romantic break for two or a great base for friends to enjoy the beautiful county of Shropshire and make the most of the sociable living areas with a vintage game or two.
All of Walcot Hall’s self catering cottages and glamping accommodation are dog friendly.