Dating back to the 16th century, Henley Farmhouse has been finely restored by Rupert Acton of the famous Acton Scott Estate to an exceptional standard so as to offer every modern day convenience while retaining its original character. A large, detached property that sleeps 20, it is set within its own picturesque grounds, offering uninterrupted views from south facing lawns towards Wenlock Edge and Flanders Folly.
Including a wealth of period details such as beamed ceilings, oak floors and open fires, Henley Farmhouse has been furnished with a mix of new and antique. Curtains and blinds are designed using Ian Mankin's natural fabrics in simple stripes and checks. There are two living rooms in addition to a children's playroom and an external table tennis room.
Providing ten thoughtfully appointed bedrooms and nine high specification bath/shower rooms, most en-suite, the sleeping arrangements at the property are as comfortable as they are flexible so as to suit the individual needs of large parties.
The Longmynd dates from the early 1900s and originally attracted Edwardian visitors to the ‘Little Switzerland’ of Church Stretton. With a magnificent hill-top location, there are panoramic views of the surrounding hills from the dining room and our lounges.
Today the Longmynd has been extensively modernised to suit the needs of visitors. We offer spacious bedrooms, fabulous food and spacious lounges to relax in. Our extensive gardens and woodland walk are both relaxing places to explore.