- Traditional Shropshire farmhouse and outbuildings converted into 21 cottages and apartments
- Close to the vibrant and thriving gastronomic town of Ludlow
- Great facilities, including tennis court, snooker table, internet and WiFi
- Amazing choice of restaurants, events and festivals nearby
- Beautiful Shropshire walking country, right on your doorstep.
- Stunning views of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Nestling in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the Shropshire Hills, the mid-19th Century farmhouse of Upper Norton offers southerly views over glorious farmland towards the Clee Hills and Corvedale, and provides an ideal base from which to explore the uplands, valleys and forests of the Marches. Here, original farm buildings have been skillfully converted into comfortable, peaceful holiday homes.
Nearby Ludlow – described by John Betjeman as “the loveliest town in England” – is widely regarded as the UK's 'food capital' and, despite its diminutive size, has had more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other town in the country. Other local attractions include the fine medieval market town of Shrewsbury; Bridgnorth, home of the Severn Valley Railway; and Much Wenlock, inspiration for the modern Olympic movement.
Discover more about Shropshire's local history
If you'd like to discover more about your temporary home, visit Ironbridge Gorge with its ten family-friendly museums. Between them, you'll learn about the area's fascinating history, from the industrial revolution, right up until the 21st Century.
Get involved in local events
There's always something happening in Shropshire, so during your visit, check to see what's on. Unmissable events include V Festival, Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Ludlow Food Festival, Shrewsbury International Street Theatre and Shrewsbury Flower Show.
Play a round of golf (or two)
Keen golfers will be pleased to know that Shropshire has a wide range of golf courses, including three championship-standard venues, plus several 18-hole parkland and hillside courses, and nine-hole courses.
Not a fan of golf? Why not go shopping instead? The Parade in Shrewsbury has more than 30 independent shops.
Enjoy a day on the water
There are 46 miles of canals in the county, and we highly recommend heading north and hiring a narrow boat for the day. It's a wonderful and relaxing way to see the Shropshire countryside.
There are lots of different routes you can take – you could travel down the Shropshire Union Canal and go through Tyrley Locks to Market Drayton, or cruise the Llangollen Canal and visit Whitchurch and Ellesmere, or discover a route of your own!
Explore Shropshire on foot
Many guests at Upper Norton adore the access the property provides to the many walking routes available in Shropshire. In fact, there are more than 3,500 miles of public rights of way in the county, and there are routes to suit walkers of all abilities.
You could routes once walked by famous writers, or come across lonely castles and hill forts. To keep the kids entertained, give Geocaching a try; it's a modern-day treasure hunt of sorts, which has you go looking for hidden caches all over the world. There's bound to be a fair few treasures to find on these walks!
Upper Norton is part of the Holiday Property Bond portfolio offering exclusive access to over 1,400 properties to its 41,000 investors ("Bondholders"). If you are not already a Bondholder and would like further details please see below.
VIEW THE FULL PORTFOLIO