Ranging from rugged woodland to pretty landscaped gardens and a wild meadow, the 22 acres at Stirk House are beautiful, varied and vast. Photograph the impressive range of local wildlife, including deer and barn owls or simply use the setting as a stunning backdrop.
With a grand, ancient fireplace, original leaded windows and plush decor, each room at Stirk House emanates class, style and old world charm. From the grand entrance to the unique, ivy clad conservatory, the house is full of beautiful features.
Dating back to the 16th Century, Stirk House exudes history, character and intrigue. Built from stone originally used for Sawley Abbey, the manor has a colourful and interesting past. Please visit our ‘History’ page for more details and a timeline.