Delight in the festive season at Weston Park

Christmas is one of the most special times at Weston Park; it’s where the magic and traditions of the season come alive to create unforgettable memories. The 17th century stately home, set in the rolling countryside of Shropshire and Staffordshire has very exciting plans for visitors this year, as it opens its doors with a warm and festive welcome.

Dine & Stay: the ultimate country house experience 

Saturday 5th, Friday 11th, Saturday 12th, Friday 18th and Saturday 19th December. 

With the House decorated in its Christmas finery, the historic Dining Room, Victorian Library and your own period bedroom being just some of the house highlights to enjoy, this really is the way to enjoy Weston Park.

An exquisite meal prepared by Head Chef Guy Day and served in the magnificent candle-lit dining room is where you’ll be surrounded by Weston’s priceless collection of art, is an unforgettable part of the experience.

It’s a stay that is very much about relaxation; night caps in front of the Library fire, butlers on hand, morning papers over breakfast, a stroll around the grounds and a chance to unwind and savour the moment.

Dine & Stay £350 per couple

Dinner only £85 per person

For more information go to or call 01952 852100

Christmas Food & Craft Fayre

Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th December

Weston Park’s Christmas Fayre is becoming a favourite tradition, bringing together the very best in gifts and festive food and drinks.  Unusual gifts, creative inspiration, talented artists and makers, quality food producers; you’ll find it all here.

There will be over 80 stalls set indoors and outdoors, using areas such as the Stables to give a real country feel to the occasion.  The Miniature Railway will be running and there will be plenty of opportunities to enjoy a bite to eat on the day, whether it be a hog roast at the Fayre or lunch in the Granary Grill.  At the Granary Deli you can make up your own gift hampers with a huge selection of beautiful produce and stocking filler ideas to chose from.

The House, beautifully decorated for Christmas, will be open to explore and children can follow a trail to learn more about festive traditions and how these were celebrated at Weston.

The Fayre is open from 10am – 4pm and admission prices are £1 per person, house entry is £2 per person and a ride on the Miniature Railway is £2 per person.