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The Generals’ Quarters
The magnificent west wing of Pitchford Hall has been carefully restored and transformed into a seven-bedroom holiday let, named The Generals’ Quarters after a previous owner.
The Generals’ Quarters forms the oldest part of the hall, constructed in 1549, with original fireplaces, oak panelled walls.
The accommodation is based on two periods of British History: the Tudors and the late Georgian/early Victorian period. Oak-panelled dining room and private courtyard garden gently shaded by yew trees. Private 1000-acre estate to explore.