Staying at Condover Hall
Set in 78 acres of fantastic countryside and gardens, your family is sure to experience history, beautiful countryside and incredible activities during your stay within the grounds of our elegant Grade I listed manor house.
It’s not just our centre that pays homage to the Elizabethan period, with many of our activities taking on a theme of their own with the rise in popularity of Robin Hood fables during this time. Families can take to the archery range to fine-tune their Robin of Loxley archery skills on the range or head into the forest and fly through the trees like Robin’s Merry Men on the zip wire.
Unmatched on-site facilities
With everything you need in one place, make Condover Hall your home for the week or weekend. Our facilities include:
- Indoor pool
- Indoor sports hall
- Sports courts
- Cinema room
- Tuck shop/gift shop
- Bar/cafe area
- Plentiful outdoor space
- 2 lakes
- Bunked, family rooms with private bathroom
Our modern accommodation blocks house spacious multi-bedded dormitories ideal for families. Sleeping in bunk beds, our rooms incorporate traditional camp themes with the comforts of contemporary design.
Dormitories offer en-suite facilities or nearby private bathrooms for your family and are furnished to ensure a comfortable stay throughout your time at Condover Hall. All of our accommodation is set within the secure centre grounds and within easy reach of the main hall.
Please note: Cots/ cribs are not provided. We ask that you bring your own travel cot if traveling with a baby.
Happy tums, happy people
Adventures make you hungry! With so much to do at Condover Hall we understand the importance of eating right. We are able to cater to different dietary needs when required. Simply inform us of your requirements on the booking form when arranging your trip and we’ll be able to prepare for your arrival.
Exploring the surrounding area
Condover Hall is located just outside Shrewsbury, Shropshire. The town is set amidst glorious countryside near to the Welsh border and is classed as one of England’s finest medieval market towns. Charles Darwin was born and educated in Shrewsbury and all around you will find reminders of his association with the town amongst the timber-framed black & white buildings, steep narrow streets and alleyways.
The River Severn forms a loop around the town centre offering gentle riverside walks. The great location of Condover Hall means families can use the manor as a base and visit local attractions, such as Alton Towers or the beautiful national park of Snowdonia.
All enquiries regarding Family Adventures should be made to our office team but if you need to contact Condover Hall directly outside of office hours, please call 01743 874932.