Self-Catering in Ludlow

Upper Onibury Cottages, Ludlow, Shropshire

Upper Onibury Cottages
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Norton Estate was acquired by the present owners Mr and Mrs Hickman in 1992. The original barns that date from 1840 are built from local stone, and they have been sympathetically converted and carefully furnished by Mrs Hickman whilst retaining many of their original features.

Norton is a 2,000 acre estate surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside and you are welcome to walk the estate and explore the surrounding countryside. Each of the four cottages opens onto its own garden area with furniture. They are grouped around a central courtyard with tennis courts, indoor heated swimming pool and gymnasium.

Exceptionally high standard accommodation, each possessing their own television and video.

Lovely walks, fishing, shooting and riding by arrangement. In this country area there are good pubs and historic places to visit.

Guests also receive a welcome starter pack and a drinks party. Baby sitting and dinner parties by arrangement.

2 bed: Low season £315; High season £522

3 bed: Low season £327; High season £570

4 bed: Low season £432; High season £918

6 bed: Low season £800; High season £1,950


Ratings/Awards: 4 Keys Highly Commended
Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Birmingham
Number of Units: 5
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: £360 - £1950
Nearest Major Town: Ludlow/Shrewsbury
Distance: 5 miles/23 miles
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