Shuckburgh Hall has been the seat of the Shuckburgh family for over a thousand years. The Hall sits within its well established estate of 2,500 acres of beautiful rolling Warwickshire countryside, just over the border from Northamptonshire. It enjoys superb views in all directions, and on a clear day the Black Mountains in Wales can be seen to the West nearly 150 miles away. The grounds are home to a herd of wild Fallow Deer, pheasants and a wide variety of wildlife. The mature gardens feature a plethora of Cedar, Oak, and rare pine trees surrounded by swathes of beautifully maintained Rhododendron, Azaleas and wildflower meadows.