Our Grade II listed Jacobean style lodges are located in the grounds of Staffordshire’s first conservation area – Ingestre Village. Ingestre Lodges serviced accomdation occupies one range of the quadrangle which forms the New Stables, built by the 20th Earl of Shrewsbury in 1886. Most of the rest of this listed building is occupied by Ingestre Riding School, giving visitors easy access to equestrian activities on their doorstep. As this is a charming working stables you will often see horses and ponies walking around the courtyard and grazing in the surrounding fields.
Part of the Earl of Shrewsbury’s former Ingestre estate, the Lodges comprises of three self-contained units for use as guest accommodation and is within the designated Ingestre Conservation Area.
Ingestre Lodges is 3 stunning Individual self-catering properties. Mixing contemporary with antique and beautiful furniture from various films. The lodges are compelling combination of traditional character and 21st Century comforts.
Chetwynd and Talbot offer an exceptional and unique way to enjoy your wedding, with accommodation for Bride and Groom’s families and the couple themselves.
As Ingestre Lodges shares the New Stables site with Ingestre Riding School, why not book the family in for a few riding lessons or a week long course?