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Welcome

Ingestre Lodges offers self-catering Luciana Arrighi who designed many well-
holiday accommodation very well known costume dramas. Many pieces of the
located in the heart of England. furniture have come from films including
Comprising of 4 separate lodges, Anna & the King, Women in Love, Sense
namely Chetwynd, Talbot, Mares Hall and Sensibility and Howard’s End.
and Diamond, which a total capacity of
24 people. The Lodges have been designed with
conservation in mind and retain many
Ingestre Lodges benefits from being original features of the beautiful Victorian
within easy driving distance of many building, which have all been painstakingly
local attractions. The grounds of restored. Grand ceiling heights, oak
Ingestre Hall, landscaped by Lancelot panelling, sandstone corbels, cedar wood
”Capability” Brown in the 18thCentury beams, ironwork and original tiling combine
are now home to Ingestre Park Golf to make the Lodges a totally unique place
Club. to stay

The Lodges are set in the beautiful Grade II Ingestre village (pronounced Inn-guess-
Listed New Stables building, part of the Earl tree) lies in the heart of the Staffordshire
of Shrewsbury’s estate and still a traditional countryside on the edge of the Cannock
English Estate village with Hall, Church, Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Farm house, cottages and surrounding by We are less than two mile from
fields. Shugbourough Hall, the ancestral home of
the Earls of Lichfield, now owned by the
Chetwynd Lodge sleeps 8 people, with National Trust. We look forward to
three bedrooms on the ground floor and welcoming you. If you have any further
one first floor master bedroom – includes enquiries please call 01889 271013 and we
three bathrooms, two of them ensuite. will be happy to assist you.

We offer a unique and luxurious boutique We look forward to welcoming you. If you
self-catering guest accommodation with have any further enquiries please call
four stunning properties, styled in an 01889 271013 and we will be happy to
elegant way by Oscar Winning Designer assist you.

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Arrival

Ingestre Lodges is in the village of Stables building which is also the home to
Ingestre, which lies three miles to the Ingestre Stables. The property is a grand
east of Stafford. Ingestre has excellent Victorian building with grass verges and
road and rail links to the rest of Great balustrades. Please see our website for what
Britain. The M6 motorway gives easy the property looks like at
access to the North, South-east and ingestrelodges.com and on the front of the
South-west of England. Birmingham Home page.
and Manchester airports are within an
hour’s travelling time. It is on the left and further up the hill is the
Old Stables, the Church and Ingestre Hall
Stafford railway station lies on the West which is up the slope just out of sight. A row
Coast main line, 100 minutes from London of balustrades fronts the road and in front of
Euston. you there is a large archway with rampant
stone lions and a coat of arms and large
Follow brown signs to ‘Ingestre Stables’ wrought iron gates. Drive through the gates
which can be found on the outskirts of roads and archway.
out of Stafford on the Weston Road junction,
or along the Tixall Road from either Stafford Car Parking and Entrance. Once through the
or Great Haywood. gates, turn left and drive to the left of the
courtyard grass circle. You will see a range
Turn off the Tixall Road following signs for of buildings with an approach of standard
Ingestre and Golf Club,Stables, Church and roses and a couple of lollipop box trees.
Hall and drive along the lane for 3 minutes There is signage that says ‘Ingestre Lodges
passing the Lion Lodges gatehouses on your parking reserved for Guests only’. Park
immediate left and continuing on past the anywhere in the gravelled areas alongside
Ingestre Park Golf Club. Follow signs to the building. There are sensor activated
Stables, Church, Hall at the bend of the lights that will light up as you park in the
road and up a slight slope towards the New evening to help you see!
Chetwynd Lodge
& Talbot Lodge
Both Lodges sleep 8 people, with historic character of the building. In bedrooms have a TV with freeview
Talbot a mirror image of places it may be uneven as it is 125 built in and built in DVD players. Two
Chetwynd’s layout. years old. The furniture on the ground bedrooms have wardrobes and the
floor is: Two Chesterfield 3 seater middle bedroom has a wooden clothes
Once you have the keys, the front sofas and one 2 seater sofa. Dining rail. Each downstairs room has a
door is opened with the top lock and table that seats 8 people, a settle, 3
selection of oak smoking chairs with
smaller key. The entrance is all bar stools and a Moroccan armchair.
cushions. The bedrooms have the
ground floor level and the door opens The living/ dining areas are original
to a large, double height space with flooring with large sisal and seagrass original flooring with sisal rugs in each
plenty of room to manoeuvre luggage, rugs overlaid. room. The corridor is original flooring
buggies and all wheelchairs through. with sisal rugs over.
There are 3 very high windows with
The width of the front door is green silk curtains in the living area. Bathrooms
1200mm. The windows can be opened from the
lower part and have brass catches. There are two bathrooms on the
There are 3 lights switches on the The dining area has a large, high ground floor. One is a family
right by the front door. These can be rosewood table with legs on each side bathroom with pea-bath and shower.
turned on immediately to light the with eight broad high backed chairs.
There are no handrails or supports in
different zones so that there is no
this bath. The WC is 400cm from the
stumbling in the dark! Bedrooms
floor and the sink is 800 from the
There is a Guests Welcome Book on Once past the living area and along floor in both downstairs bathroom. All
the kitchen worktop with a guided the corridor there are 3 downstairs the downstairs bathrooms have the
tour of facilities, instructions for bedroom suitable for mobility original green historic tiles and oak
appliances and TV instructions, Wifi restricted guests. The last bedroom panelling. All the floors are the
codes etc. along has an ensuite shower room historic Victorian floors and may be
with doors cleared to both bedroom uneven in places. For access to the
Living/dining space and shower room of 90 cm in first floor: Climb a carpeted staircase
accordance with Part M of Building with an oak handrail to assist on the
The living and dining space are all Regulations for level access. All
left side on way up. The first floor
open plan and on the ground floor. downstairs bedrooms have curtains,
houses the master bedroom/bridal
The space is large enough to allow bedside tables, bedside lamps and
free movement between the different over head lights. Each downstairs suite/family room. There is a light
zones. bedroom has a double bed fitted with switch in the corridor below and once
mattress and pillow protectors. All on the upper level to control turning
The flooring is the original Victorian linen is included and ready prepared the lights off downstairs from the
brickette from 1886 and is part of the for guests arrival. Two downstairs upper bedroom if necessary.
Chetwynd Lodge
& Talbot Lodge

TV with drainer, all washing equipment is There is a dressing table with mirror,
found in the cupboard beneath the marble top coffee/reading table and
The living area has a Smart TV with sink. The drawers alongside have the gothic bedside tables with bedside
additional Apple TV box. cutlery, the implements such as tin lamps. The small study adjacent to
All controls and user information openers etc and below dishes. The
the room has a wardrobe and
included Wifi code for internet access cupboard to the left has the pots and
dressing table/work space and mirror
and smart TV access and instructions pans. The kitchen also contains a run
can be found in the guest welcome of bespoke oak cabinets along the with ironing board and iron.
book. wall which are opened by press touch
and spring forward so have no visible The ensuite bathroom has a
There is a selection of books, local handles. They house the Fridge pea-bath and shower and an Eileen
history books and subscriptions to freezer, the dishwasher and all Grey table with products and soaps.
various journals all laid out around crockery, glassware, The pedestal basin has a mirror on
the various tables in the property. teapots/cafetiere/ cooking dishes, the wall above it and a shaving
Please feel free to enjoy them. children’s plastic plates etc. There is
mirror- and closed bin. The floor is
an oak cupboard along the wall with
travertine tiles. The WC is behind a
Umbrellas. As our English weather is recipe books, a first aid book, a tray
not always reliably sunny we have and a large chopping board. low wall with a muslin gauze curtain
provided umbrellas for guests use! in front. The property is mains wired
These can be found by the settle on The gallery area is broad and flat smoke alarmed throughout. Central
the left side of the room by the with a carpeted floor. It contains heating and radiators in all bedrooms
entrance. sofas, a Le Corbusier chaise longue, and living /dining spaces.
Board games and a beautiful
Kitchen Victorian inlaid chess table and Outside space/ woodland
various books. Go through the double
The kitchen is also situated on the oak doors into master bedroom. This
The property includes use of the
ground floor with a central island to is also carpeted and has a huge
allow easy access around it. The Victorian super king size brass bed courtyard and front balustrade
kitchen comprises of an island with with two mattresses. The top garden, with BBQ’s, a table and
oak worktops to level height of mattress is sprung and has a chairs and deck chairs. The season
900mm. The island houses the sink memory foam topper. for outdoor use is April to September.
Mares Hall

Sleeps 2-4 people TV the left has the pots and pans.
Toaster, kettle and ipod docker with
Once you have the keys, the front door The living area has a Smart TV. All speakers and box.
to Mares Hall is opened with a single controls and user information included
key. The entrance is all ground floor Wifi code for internet access and smart Bedroom One
level and the door opens to a large, TV access and instructions can be
double height space with plenty of round in the guest welcome book. The bedroom has a luxurious kingsize
room to manoeuvre luggage, buggies There is a selection of books, local bed, huge gilt mirror and a dressing
all wheelchairs through. history books and subscriptions to table.
The floor is the original historic various editorials all laid out around
Victorian brickette flooring. the various tables in the property. Bathroom Two
The width of the front door is Please feel free to enjoy them. There is a bathroom near the staircase
1200mm. with a Moroccan feel.
Umbrellas Gallery Level
There are 2 sets of 3 light switches on
the right by the front door and can be As our English weather is not always There is another level with a double
turned on immediately to light the reliably sunny we have provided bed hidden behind huge satin silk
different zones so that there is no umbrellas for guests use! These can be curtains. There is a sofa a bookshelf to
stumbling in the dark! found by the front door downstairs. enjoy.

On the kitchen counter there is a sign Kitchen Outside space/ woodland


with wifi codes etc.codes etc.
There is a marble backed kitchen The property includes use of the
Living/dining space galley style, with built in fridge/freezer, courtyard area. The area is available
dishwasher and washing machine. Also for watching riding lessons around the
A mahogany dining table and six Tolix there is a large gas range cooker. front – the use of the balustrade area
chairs are the dining space. The kitchen comprises of an oak with roses and geraniums- sitting
There is a chesterfield sofa and worktop to level height of 900mm. outside table and chairs, deck chairs,
armchair and a Tudor pew by the TV This houses the sink with drainer, all BBQ’s and general relaxation. The
area. washing equipment is found in the season for this is usually April to
cupboard beneath the sink. The September.
The ceilings are original with cedar drawers alongside have the cutlery,
beams, stone corbels and iron work all the implements such as tin openers
dating from the 1886. etc and below dishes. The cupboard to
Diamond Lodge

Sleeps 2 people windows. There are 2 vast silk equipment is found in the
curtains which drape over the cupboard beneath the sink.
Once you have the keys, the front windows and can be held back The drawers alongside have the
door to Diamond is opened with a or released as you desire.
cutlery, the implements such as
single key. The entrance is all
ground floor level and the door The ceilings are original cedar tin openers etc and below dishes.
opens to a large, double height wood, with cedar beams, stone The cupboard to the left has the
space with plenty of room to corbels and iron work all dating pots and pans. There is a
manoeuvre luggage, buggies all from the 1886. microwave and combination oven
wheelchairs through. The floor is and grill, a small below counter
the original historic Victorian TV
fridge and toaster and kettle.
brickette flooring. The width of
the front door is 1200mm. The living area has a Smart TV
with additional Apple TV box. All Bedroom
There are 2 lights switches on the controls and user information
right by the front door and can be included Wifi code for internet The bedroom has a luxurious
turned on immediately to light the access and smart TV access and kingsize bed and a single/day
different zones so that there is no instructions can be round in the
bed.
stumbling in the dark! guest welcome book. There is a
selection of books, local history
There is an oak door/utility room books and subscriptions to Ensuite bathroom with a
with a large fridge/ freezer and various editorials all laid out Moroccan feel.
washing machine. Once up the around the various tables in the
carpeted staircase there is a property. Please feel free to enjoy Outside space/ woodland
Guests Welcome Book on the them. Umbrellas As our English
kitchen worktop with a guided weather is not always reliably
The property includes use of the
tour of facilities, instructions for sunny we have provided
appliances and TV instructions, umbrellas for guests use! courtyard area. The area is
Wifi codes etc. These can be found by the available for watching riding
front door downstairs. lessons around the front – the
Living/dining space use of the balustrade area with
Kitchen roses and geraniums- sitting
The living and dining space are all
outside table and chairs, deck
open plan. There is a marble top The kitchen comprises of an
table, ladder back Victorian chairs oak worktop to level height of chairs, BBQ’s and general
and a commanding view of the 900mm. This houses the sink relaxation. The season for this is
Courtyard from the huge with drainer, all washing usually April to September.
Out & about

Making the most of a short break Hall which specialises in all sorts of etc. visitstoke.co.uk
or week long getaway, you could shooting parties and corporate
book a riding lesson at Ingestre events. Countryside: Dovedale and Peak
Riding School, which is on site District National Park; Cannock
and caters for all ages and levels. For further information visit Chase.
Ingestre Park Golf Club and St. shootingtimes.co.uk
Thomas Priory Golf Course are Gardens: Biddulph Grange, Trentham.
nearby or perhaps you could try Among the attractions easily reached
clay pigeon shooting at the from Ingestre Lodges are:- English Heritage sites: Boscobel
nearby Oakedge Shooting Ground House; Croxden Abbey; Wall Roman
in Shugborough, Cannock Chase Alton Towers and Drayton Manor
site.
and Fly Fishing. theme parks;

Buried Treasure: exhibitions of


Cannock Chase itself is a vast and Castles at Stafford, Tamworth and
artefacts from the Staffordshire
beautiful forest covering a large part Tutbury;
Hoard - the largest treasure of Anglo-
of the Staffordshire area, where you
Saxon gold ever found - are on
can visit Birches Valley an outdoor Stately homes at Shugborough,
display at the Potteries Museum and
recreation centre with cycling, Sandon Hall, Moseley Old Hall,
Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent (until
mountain biking, Go Ape climbing and Weston Park;
September 1, 2013) and permanently
children´s adventure playground.
at the Birmingham Museum.
Heritage railways at Churnet Valley,
Staffordshire County Show Ground Foxfield, Leek and Manifold Valley and
hosts many events and antique Moseley; The children will love the
markets on most weekends. Shugborough Estate
Museums: Gladstone Pottery, Stoke- shugborough.org.uk which has the
Ingestre Lodges can accommodate up on-Trent; Wedgwood pottery, Stoke- only complete historic working farm
to 20 people in its self-catering on-Trent; High House, Stafford; in England and why not visit The
accommodation for shooting parties Staffordshire Regiment, Whittington Monkey Forest in Trentham -
on commercial or private shoots. Barracks. Stoke on Trent is also home trentham.co.ukFor more information
There are numerous shoots in the to many excellent discount outlest please visit enjoystaffordshire.com
Staffordshire area and beyond china stores such as Wedgwood, Oak Edge Clay
including: Catton Hall and Kedlestone Waterford, Royal Doulton, Port Merion Shootingoakedgeshootingground.co.uk
Horse riding
As Ingestre Lodges shares the New selection of horses for different ages
Stables site with Ingestre Riding and standards. Lessons can be given
School, why not book the family in for a privately by International renowned
few riding lessons or a week long dressage eventers Tim Downes or
course? The accommodation in the Robert Lovatt, or can also be booked for
Lodges is a walk across the beautiful adult or children's groups with any of
19th century courtyard to the Riding their staff and students. Please refer to
School reception where lessons can be the Ingestre Riding School website for
booked upon arrival or pre-booked their list of tariffs and offers For futher
through ourselves as part of the infomation ask one of the staff
service. Ingestre Riding School caters members or visit:ingestre.com/rschool
for all levels of riders and has a
Useful information
In case of emergency please call 999 or 112

A pre-paid telephone is provided for guests use in


case you do not have access to a mobile phone.

The address is: Local Hospital is: Nearest Shop:


Ingestre Lodges, NHS County Hospital Canalside Farm Shop
New Stables, Weston Rd, Stafford Mill Lane
Ingestre, Staffordshire, 01785 257731 Great Haywood
ST18 0RE ST18 0RQ �
Nearest A & E after 10.00pm 01889 881747
Telephone: 01889 271013 and before 8.00am is:
NHS North Staffordshire Nearest Post office:
Contact: (Stoke on Trent): Great Haywood
Anna Chetwynd Newcastle Rd, Trent La
Mobile: 07904 874 777 Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford
anna@ingestrelodges.com Staffordshire ST4 6QG 01889 881213
01782 715444
Aaron Chetwynd Nearest Hairdresser:
Mobile: 07932 022 733 Nearest Vet: The Haywoods Hair studio
aaron@ingestrelodges.com Island Vetinary Clinic Main Road
137 Lichfield Road Little Haywood
www.ingestrelodges.com Stafford ST18 0TU
ST17 4LE 01889 882780
Opening hours: 08.00 to 18.00 01785 258411
seven days a week Nearest Post Box:
Nearest Dentist: Ingestre Village
Local Doctor: Brewery Ln
Hazeldene House Surgery, Great Haywood, Local Taxi:
Great Haywood Stafford Kaminski Hire
Main Road 01889 882873 141A Newport Rd
Stafford Nearest Payphone: Stafford ST16 2EZ
ST18 0SU Ingestre Village or Great Haywood 01785 603030
01889 881206

Included in the price of the rental: Free WIFI, Code in a frame on kitchen worktop, Free onsite car parking, All Linen, All Towels, All
bathroom products as seen, A complimentary towel change mid-way through the week, If booking 7 nights or more. All heating/ hot
water/electricity/water. Use of all equipment and utilities that are on show. Use of outdoor areas/ woodland. Garden furniture and BBQ
facilities

Policies and Terms and Conditions


Due to the historic nature of the building and the unique furniture and antiques that make up the property, we are unable to accommodate
pets. We can accommodate babies and infants under 2 but any other children are by prior arrangement. This is a working stable and also a
private residence. Please be considerate of our neighbours. There are horses, dogs and horse trailers moving around the yard so please drive
slowly and park neatly! All our terms and conditions with regard to deposits, refunds and any other Information can be found on our website
Contacts

Contact Information

Address: Ingestre Lodges, New Stables,


Ingestre, Staffordshire, ST18 0RE
Telephone: 01889 271013
Mobile Aaron: 07932 022 733
Mobile Anna: 07904 777 874
Email: info@ingestrelodges.com, enquiry@ingestrelodges.com anna@ingestrelodges.com

Contact: Anna Chetwynd, Aaron Chetwynd


Website: ingestrelodges.com

Opening hours: 08.00 to 18.00

Property Facilites

Included in the price of the rental:

Free WIFI Children and babies welcome.


Free onsite car parking Dogs permitted at Owners discretion.
All Linen
All Towels All our terms and conditions with regard to
All bathroom products as seen deposits, refunds and any other information
can be found on our website at
A complimentary towel change
ingestrelodges.com
mid-way through the week if
booking 7 nights or more. We can accommodate babies and infants
All heating/ hot under 2 but any other children are by prior
water/electricity/water arrangement.
Cots and high chairs available
upon request This is a working stable and also a private
residence. Please be considerate of our
Use of outdoor areas/ woodland
neighbours. There are horses, dogs and
Garden furniture and BBQ facilities horse trailers moving around the yard so
Policies and Terms and Conditions please drive slowly and park neatly!
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