Castle Farm, SY4

Castle Farm has been preserved in its own time capsule, allowing film makers and photographers to step back into the early 19th century.

The 600 acre estate extends around a 13 bedroom Georgian farmhouse and its farmstead, complete with original threshing barn, stabling, coach house, cattle byres, cart sheds and plenty more. These ancient buildings have recently been repaired, sensitively, with support from Natural England,  to ensure the deep architectural history of Castle Farm remains intact. The working farm operation is based principally therefore in more recent additions at the far end of the farmyard.

  • Un-modernised Georgian farmhouse, with whole rooms untouched since the 1820s (including boot room with bread oven, and separate dairy), and servants quarters on the top floor, untouched since the 1940s
  • Walled garden, orchards, vegetable gardens, greenhouse, croquet lawn and grass tennis court
  • Woodland and wildflower gardens around the house
  • Historic model farm including many ancient farm buildings: powered threshing barn, horse-gin, stables, byres, coach house, cart sheds, cattle yard, piggeries. Extending to stone dutch barn and covered iron-framed covered yards.
  • Ancient woodland with 10 acre boating lake
  • Meadows bordering the meandering River Severn
  • Grass and arable fields (oil seed rape, wheat and potatoes)
  • Modern farm machinery
  • WWII ammunition sheds, railway engine sheds, platform, guardhouses
  • Cattle, dogs, chicken, horses – 20 stables and cross country course

Facilities at Castle Farm

Ample parking with plenty of hard standing and concrete areas.

There are 3 cottages on location sleeping up to 22. Loo, kitchen and warm base areas can also be provided for on site, as well as a catering service.

Getting to the Farm

Shrewsbury station is 10 minutes by taxi.

Central London is approximately 3hrs 15 minutes by car.