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Eaton Manor Scoops Bronze VisitEngland Award for Excellence

Eaton Manor Scoops Bronze VisitEngland Award for Excellence
Shropshire family business, Eaton Manor Rural Escapes, is Bronze winner of the prestigious VisitEngland award for best self catering accommodation in the UK.

The VisitEngland Awards are the premier event of the year for the English tourism industry, celebrating and showcasing the best that the country has to offer.  Eaton Manor Rural Escapes was named as Bronze winner during last night’s awards ceremony in Leicester and was the only contender in the whole of the Midlands to be short-listed for this award. 

Brother and sister team, Julian Madeley and Nichola Cariss have been running the successful business since 2001.  On winning the award, Nichola comments, “It’s a huge achievement for us to win such an important national award.  It recognises that we offer a unique venue focusing on first class, personal service and ensuring our guests’ stays and celebrations are truly special and memorable.”

Eaton Manor Rural Escapes offers 4 & 5 star accommodation on a beautiful country estate next to the Wenlock Edge in South Shropshire and specialises in family/group celebrations and holidays.  The estate is conveniently located for top attractions such as Ironbridge; Ludlow and the BBC’s Victorian Farm at Acton Scott, whilst the Shropshire Hills are on the doorstep.


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