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Acton Scott Hall

An Elizabethan mansion on a site formerly owned by Edric the Wild.

Acton Scott, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 6QQ

Acton Scott Hall front

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Weddings

Accessibility

The main house reception rooms and gardens can be accessed on the level via gravelled paths and a gently sloping path. Some uneven flagstones in the basement. Walks to the rock garden are not suitable for wheelchairs or walking aids.

Accessible parking available.

Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

Acton Scott Hall are now taking a limited number of bookings for weddings from 2022.

We offer two stunning outdoor areas for wedding receptions and have a church within walking distance from the house.

The Top Lawn in front of Acton Scott Hall is suitable for daytime events or a drinks reception with an impressive backdrop of the house and glorious views over Wenlock Edge.

The Archery Ground is a large grassed area for evening events with electricity, cold water supply and views of the Shropshire countryside. There is a pretty wooden balcony overlooking the archery ground which makes for lovely photographs.

Our grounds offer the perfect setting for your wedding photographs with woodland, lawns, summer house and some unique and ancient features.

Please visit our website for further information or to arrange a venue visit.

Accessibility

The main house reception rooms and gardens can be accessed on the level via gravelled paths and a gently sloping path. Some uneven flagstones in the basement. Walks to the rock garden are not suitable for wheelchairs or walking aids.

Accessible parking available.

Visit the house's website
for the latest information.

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