The hotel is in a quiet country lane and is a striking manor house with a walled garden. The main house only has 5 rooms although there are some additional converted brick farm buildings. We only stayed one night in the Hill room in the main house. The room was large and comfortable with decoration and furniture in keeping with the feel of the house. The bed linen was of good quality and the pillows were comfortable. My preference would have been for a firmer mattress and a more traditional bed stead though. Downstairs there was an open fire with sofas and armchairs and this room had a warm and cosy feel. The Christmas tree was also in situ. There was a separate room with a bar. The dining room was lit by candlelight wall sconces and a chandelier. The food was well cooked and presented attractively. Tim, the son of the house, said that due to the location of the village being on route to Shrewsbury and Wales there was a direct train from Manchester to Wem. He also took time to advise on places of interest to visit. Soulton Hall is a building with history, truly charming and gives a sense of past times and has a warm, friendly, cosy feel to it and is worth a visit.
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- Ancient manor house of mellow Tudor brick and honeyed sandstone in the delightful, intriguing county of Shropshire. Candle-lit dining. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Soulton Hall Hotel Wem