|Ceroc Addiction Lush Events will now take place at Lilleshall Hall|
|Condover Hall is an elegant Grade I listed 4-storey Elizabethan sandstone building, dating from 1586, often described as the grandest house in Shropshire, standing in a conservation area on the outskirts of Condover village, near Shrewsbury. A Royal Manor in Anglo-Saxon times, Condover Manor was in and out of crown tenure until 1586 when Elizabeth I made a grant of the Estate to Thomas Owen, a member of parliament and Recorder of Shrewsbury. Condover Hall is ideally placed to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the splendid Shropshire countryside yet is commutable. It is conveniently situated about 5 miles to the south of the county town of Shrewsbury.|
|Whilst enjoying a picturesque rural location, the M54 is conveniently located, providing quick and easy access to the M6 and M5 motorways as well as access to the cities of Manchester (88 miles), Birmingham (50 miles) and the county town of Shrewsbury (only 5 miles). There is a mainline rail station at Shrewsbury providing services to London (Euston), Birmingham and Birmingham International Airport.
Condover Hall is approximately 5 miles south of Shrewsbury. When approaching from the M54/A5 at Shrewsbury, follow the signs for the A49 (south) to Leominster. Turn left off the A49 just past Bayston Hill. Turn left at the centre of the village passing in front of the church and you will see the impressive gates on your right. The property is well signed within the village
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Parking is on site. Please follow instructions from staff or signage displayed. Please do not park directly in front of the main building as clear access is required at all times.
The main entrance is one-way. When leaving, please locate the exit near the restaurant and join the outside road carefully.
Please observe the speed limits on site at all times.