Caverswall Castle

Welcome to Caverswall Castle, a stunning historic moated castle set in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside. Combining historic features and modern luxuries with easy access from major motorways, public transport and international airports, Caverswall Castle makes a perfect setting for inspiration and relaxation.

About the project.

Caverswall Castle through the ages

Caverswall Castle boasts a varied and exciting history. It was built on the site of an Anglo-Saxon manor at the point where two tributaries of the river Blythe rise. It is one of the most interesting and attractive mansions in Staffordshire both because of appearance and its long and fascinating history.
The earliest owner whom we know of was Ernulf de Hesling, a Saxon lord who was probably driven off the estate after the conquest. From him it passed to Sir William de Caverswall who incorporated the tributaries to form his moat when he received a license to crenallate his Saxon manor house in 1275. Within the bailey Sir William built his keep
The castle went through several families until around the 1600’s, when after falling into some decay; it was purchased by the wealthy merchant Matthew Craddock in 1615. Matthew Craddock re-worked the castle into a more comfortable and modern home. The high curtain walls were dropped to provide a view over the land and the drawbridge became a solid stone bridge. The turrets became garden pavilions and the castle keep was transformed into a wonderful Jacobean residence with ornate panelling and beautiful bays.
Caverswall Castle remains today as Craddock created it, albeit with a few additions. During the English civil war the castle was garrisoned but managed to survive the war unscathed. Unfortunately, Oliver Cromwell then signed an order to have the Castle de-commissioned! Fortunately for us, once more Caverswall Castle survived.
Sir Percival Radcliffe drained the Moat in the mid nineteenth century and had pleasure gardens designed to surround the castle. It has been a convent to various orders of nuns three times in its history and was lived in by the Wedgwood family during the latter 19th century. Mr Bowers bought the castle in 1891 and spent money on a new wing, which is now known as the Moathouse.
In recent years the castle has undergone major restoration and renovation bringing it very much into the 21st century with all its modern luxuries whilst retaining its historic interiors.

Architecture & Design

Caverswall Castle Country club private membership BOND offering.

Caverswall Castle is offering a Private Membership & Boutique Hotel experience focused on providing a five-star service where guests can destress and relax in an environment unique to the area.
This location will also provide much needed conference space for businesses looking for somewhere special, in a growing market sector.
Caverswall Castle Boutique Hotel is based in a Grade-I listed 17th Century manor built within medieval castle walls. Caverswall Castle was crafted in the 13th century when the eponymous Caverswall family was granted a license to fortify their manor house. The resultant moated castle represents an extraordinary and enduring piece of Staffordshire’s heritage

Caverswall Castle investment Bonds

Invest and enjoy a unique part of English history with great ROI.
Caverswall Castle private membership Bond Offering investment Bonds at £20,000 each. This Bond pays 10% return per year for 12 years with up to 7 days use of a bedroom in the Castle per year.

Call Harriet & George on 01832 864020