The estate compromises of 1200 acres of arable land, 400 acres of woodland and the 200 acre Patshull Park. As well as being home to our Pigs and Free Range Laying hens, there is a large fishing lake, countryside walks as well as two holiday lets on the estate.
Covering 75 acres, the Great Lake was built in 1768. The lake offers a mix of day ticket coarse and competition angling together with pike and syndicated carp fishing depending upon the season. Anglers have the choice to fish either from the bank or via boats.Read More
We have recently renovated two beautiful properties which are used as holiday lets. These are available to book via Sykes. Our central location on the Shropshire, Staffordshire and West Midlands borders makes Patshull an ideal base for exploring the great variety of local attractions and site of interest nearby.Read More
Part of the Patshull Estate is home to our white hens, that provide our stunning white eggs.Read More
All our pigs are born outdoors, our sows live their whole lives outside with plenty of space. Reared to the highest welfare standards and we have been well recognised by butchers and the RSPCA Freedom Foods, as the best you can get.Find out more
Some of the land at Patshull Estate is let out for root crops to a local business to grow carrots and potatoes. As well as wheat, barley and oil seed in combinable fields.Read More
The first Scout camp on the Patshull Estate took place in 1912, with the current location of the campsite formalised in 1946 when Wolverhampton Scouts negotiated a lease with the Earl of Dartmouth.Read More