Visiting Loton

The house is a Grade II* listed building surrounded by beautiful gardens and views over rolling farmland. The ruins of an earlier castle, built circa 1340, also survive in the grounds.

The 400 acres of parkland includes one of the two privately owned deer parks to remain in Shropshire; a passion of the current Baronet. It is also prominent in motorsport as the location of the annual British Hill Climb Championship.

Loton Park is steeped in history, but also fulfils other roles as an exclusive-use venue. The raised stage theatre space in the Grand Ballroom provides a unique corporate business venue for conferences, board meetings, product launches and other special occasions. The architecture and grounds make for a superb filming and photography location, and we now have exclusive holiday lets available.

The interior of Loton, much of which is beautifully panelled, has two State bedrooms, which were slept in by two future Kings of England, namely George IV and William IV, when they honoured Sir Robert Leighton, the 5th Baronet with a visit in 1806.

Visitor Opening Times

Mondays and Thursdays, 10am or 12pm from February to end April. By appointment only, please contact us for details.