Hopton Court

Hopton Court Holiday AppartmentThe House

In an exceptionally beautiful position, Hopton Court is an ideal place to explore the delights of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Wales.
Standing in a commanding position, Hopton Court is a Grade II listed Georgian House and has been in the Woodward family for six generations. Just 9 miles outside Ludlow this is a perfect property for exploring the area.

Built in 1770 for Joseph Oldham, proprietor of the local paper mill, it was transformed in 1811 for Thomas Botfield who employed John Nash to enhance the character of the house as a classical villa. Nash made a number of changes to the house, not least adding a third storey which is now the Apartment.

This self-contained Apartment has fabulous views reaching over elegant parkland, pretty fields, an outstanding picturesque landscaped garden by Humphry Repton, with the Clee Hill in the distance.

The pretty village of Hopton Wafers with the charming church of St Michael and All Angels and The Crown Inn is in the valley below.

The Holiday Apartment

2nd Floor Apartment | Sleeps 4 + 2 | Ludlow 9 miles | Cleobury Mortimer 3 miles

This exceptional, comfortable, well appointed, self-contained and spacious accommodation was fully refurbished in July 2010.

Situated on the second floor of Hopton Court, the entrance lobby has both stairs and a lift.

Two bedrooms, one double and one twin, each have ensuite bathrooms. The study/library has a sofabed

The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric cooker, grill and hob, dishwasher, large fridge freezer, microwave and an extensive selection of utensils, high quality china, cutlery and glassware.

The utility room contains a washing machine, drying rack, iron and ironing board.

The large dining room comfortably seats 10 around an elegant Georgian mahogany table.

The elegant drawing room has satellite television, DVD player and iPod dock.

The study/library contains a wide selection of books and games

The Grounds of Hopton Court

The apartment has a separate entrance and private garden area with gas barbecue and garden furniture.

Across the lawn of the main house you might like to visit the Grade II* listed Victorian Conservatory or take a walk around the lake or along the azalea bed (flowering late May early June) down to the brook in the ancient woodland belt of trees.

For more information or to book either visit The Website at http://www.hoptoncourtapartment.com or contact:

Charlotte Woodward on 0777 565 3755

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