Visiting Stokesay

Stokesay Court is a magnificent late-Victorian mansion set within extensive grounds in rolling South Shropshire countryside. During The First World War Stokesay Court played an important role as a military hospital and additional rooms and displays are now open as part of the tour which bring this history to life.

Unspoilt and secluded, Stokesay shot to fame as a primary location for the film adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel “Atonement“. Read about Stokesay in The New York Times (December 2007).

Still very much a lived-in, private home, Stokesay welcomes visitors inside its doors and behind the scenes of Atonement on pre-arranged Tours.

Please contact Stokesay Court direct for all Tour bookings on +44 (0)1584 856238 or email We welcome advance bookings for Groups.

Tour Dates and details of forthcoming events can be found on our News/Events Page.

In addition to pre-booked House Tours, the grounds are also open on selected dates for special events, with the Old Kitchen serving delicious teas. For full details of forthcoming dates see Events.