Soulton Hall estate is home to Bronze age earthworks and a Roman Road. The present hall, remodelled in 1556, and has been sympathetically restored by its caring custodians.
We talk a great deal of sense of place in our Collection, and if provenance is your thing Soulton Hall will immerse you in well over a thousand years of it. The earliest known owner of the manor in 1017, but the Soulton Hall estate is home to Bronze age earthworks and a Roman Road. The present hall, remodelled in 1556, and has been sympathetically restored by its caring custodians, the Ashton family, but remains very much intact. Their commitment to sustainability extends to solar power and ground source heating, maintaining the toasty warm house for future generations.
The home farm drives the menu content, and local produce, cooked with flair and skill, is to the fore in the Elizabethan candlelit dining room. The warm and cosy lounges are the perfect place to enjoy some time with a novel by the fire, sip a glass of wine or chat to other guests.
The rooms are as spacious as they are varied. Take your pick from the historic rooms in the main house, think mullioned windows, ancient oak floors, wood panelling and secret doors, or perhaps you’d prefer the short walk past the walled garden to the easy access and simple privacy of the Garden Rooms. Cedar Lodge offers more flexible space with convenient parking close by, and the stunningly tranquil Orchard four-poster suite with its views over the estate.