Dudmaston Hall

A few miles south of Bridgnorth near the village of Quatt lies Dudmaston Hall, the family home of Mr and Mrs Mark Hamilton-Russell.

The hall is a National Trust country house dating back to the 17th Century and is set within beautiful Shropshire countryside and as such is surrounded by extensive woodland walks of varying lengths and encapsulating beauty. In particular, the stroll through The Dingle towards The Big Pool is simply enchanting…and the view breathtaking once you reach it.

The hall is open Sunday – Thursdays with tickets to the hall and grounds available to purchase at the entrance.  A limited number of walking trails (yet still wonderfully scenic) may be open on Friday’s & Saturday’s.

The Orchard tea-room provides everything from hot lunches and sandwiches to cream teas. Plus the kitchen garden supplies the tea-room with fresh produce  throughout the season – so check our daily specials for a fantastic local dish.

The Adventure play area allows children to burn off any excess energy whilst parents recharge their own, sitting close by with a cup of tea and slice of cake.

The stable courtyard is home to Hall’s own shop, and alongside the many things for the garden you can buy, specialises in gifts for the ladies.

During the local school holidays there are trails and craft activity days every Monday and Wednesday.

For information on prices or to arrange a guided tour, please see the National Trust website for more details:



Dudmaston Hall

Dudmaston Hall, seen from across the Big Pool