Built in 1764 for Plowden Slaney by Shrewsbury architect Thomas Farnolls Pritchard, Hatton remains to this day within the same family and is one of Pritchard's most complete existing works. The house is surrounded by beautiful gardens including a David Austin rose walk.

It is one of Pritchard's most complete existing works and is a good example of a provincial Georgian country house set in its own grounds. The interior also features ornate plasterwork and chimney pieces designed by Pritchard. Surrounded by beautiful gardens including a David Austin rose walk, the house is still very much a family home. It contains a fascinating collection, most notably that of Robert Aglionby Slaney (MP for Shrewsbury) and his grandson William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney (MP for Newport) who scored the first international goal for England at football on 8th March 1873 against Scotland.

*Note: The 6 June tour is now sold out. There are still tours on 18 June and 9 July.


We welcome groups of no less than 20 people by appointment.

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Visits by appointment only. Please email rks@hatton-grange.com or call 01952460338 to arrange. 

Find Us
Find us

Hatton is located approx. 1.4 miles south east of Shifnal on the A464. (Take Exit 4 on the M54). 

Visitors arriving by public transport can take a train direct to Shifnal from Birmingham or Wolverhampton (a short taxi ride away).


Car park on site

  • Free



  • Accessible parking
Group Visits
Group Visits

We welcome groups of no less than 20 people by appointment. Prices start at £20 per head, including morning coffee or afternoon tea. Lunches can be arranged at an additional cost. Request a group visit

Things to See

Fun Facts
Hatton is a working estate and has a small but thriving community. All those involved endeavour to keep alive the traditions of the Estate, whilst recognising the need to evolve with modern times. In both World Wars the house was used as an auxiliary Red Cross hospital with the present owner's great grandmother being the Commandant. The Cricket Pavilion where teas are served was used as a dormitory for convalescent soldiers. The present generation are especially keen gardeners and are actively working with David Austin to establish new rose borders and walks in the garden.


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