1, The Stables

Sleeps 8

3 Bedrooms

1 Sofabed

2 Bathrooms

log burning fire

onsite parking

Pet Friendly


1, The Stables provides a spacious ground floor apartment.  There is a large living room with a log burning stove and a breakfast kitchen.  The 3 bedrooms can be arranged as kingsize beds or twins.  There a 2 separate bathrooms, one with a bath and the other with a large shower cubicle. 

The Stables Apartments have access to the Sunken Garden, as well as the grounds of the Estate, including woodland walks, paths along the banks of the river Ledwyche running through the grounds and a tennis court.

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Lovely, tastefully decorated apartment with plenty of room and amenities for 6 adults. The estate is a beautiful setting but no shops or pub within walking distance so a car is essential. Great spot for exploring Ludlow and the surrounding countryside.


Short of a red carpet, you’ll struggle to find a warmer welcome anywhere else - or a more beautiful place to stay. The Stables at Henley were gorgeous. Wood-burning stove (with a full briefing from Seb on how to light and run it), comfy sofas and a kitchen that’s got everything you need. Poppy - our dog - was allowed to run free too and loved doing laps of the sunken garden. And tips on local places to see, eat and even get a decent cross-country run. We loved it. Thank you, Seb and Helen, for making us so very welcome.


Lovely apartment, the photos don’t do it justice. Lovely hosts, nothing was too much trouble. We would definitely stay again



Henley offers a break away from every day life, set in peacful and tranquil park land.  However South Shropshire has many treats in store for those who wish to venture out.

Nestling in the South Shropshire countryside, Ludlow was described by Sir John Betjeman as "probably the loveliest town in England".  It is bursting with beautiful half timbered buildings, cobbled streets and history.  One of the key attractions is the medieval castle perched on the cliff over looking the River Teme, which served as the headquarters of the Council of Wales from 15th to 17th Centuries. Today it is home to medieval fayres and the Ludlow Food Festival.

Food and drink is one of the reasons many visitors come to Ludlow.  In addition to the Spring and Autumn Food Festivals and the many delicatesens, bistros, cafes and restaurants serving local shropshire produce, visitors can enjoy the summer Magnalonga, an 8 mile walk through the Shropshire countryside enjoying food and drink along the way. 

If walking is a passion there are plenty of walks to enjoy from the Bread Walk in town, Mortimer's Forest or the glacial landscape hills of the LongMynd near Church Stretton with residential wild ponies.