The gardens at Walcot Hall in Shropshire cover over 30 acres, including one of the finest Arboretums in Britain with a rich profusion of tree, shrub and herbaceous plantings. Different trees are ever being added and amongst the notable specimens is a huge Douglas Fir, planted by Lord Powis in 1842 and once one of the largest trees of its kind in Britain.
The cosy living room has a wood-burner and is furnished with a four-foot wide sofa bed, two armchairs, colour television with dvd player and a variety of books. The bedroom has a king size bed and sufficient bedding for the additional sofa bed, should it be required. The kitchen is well equipped, with microwave, fridge/freezer compartment, and has a dining table that seats four guests. The bathroom has three steps leading down into the room and has no shower. Electric night storage heaters are fitted in each room for the colder months.