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Aymestrey House and Lodges in Herefordshire on the market

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Lodge park represents exciting lifestyle business opportunity, says Colliers International.

Aymestrey House and Lodges, near Ludlow in Shropshire, has been brought to the market by global real estate advisor Colliers International with a guide price of £995,000.  
The idyllic Herefordshire property extends to 2.2 acres and sits in the village of Aymestrey, 14 miles south of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  
Aymestrey itself is mentioned in the Domesday Book and the village pub, The Riverside, was the winner of Visit England’s “Best Tourism Pub” Award in 2018.    
A unique feature of the property is Aymestrey House, a substantial four-bedroom character home that is set back from the road behind a landscaped front garden. It retains many original character features including sash windows, picture rails and fireplaces. 
Amy Brooksbank, of the holiday parks team at Colliers International in the South West and Wales, said: “Aymestrey House and Lodges would perfectly suit parties looking to enter the holiday market. 
Developed in 2007 in the grounds of Aymestrey House, the 1.6 acre lodge park hosts five holiday lodges of Scandinavian round log construction. The lodges have been well-positioned to offer privacy to customers and wonderful views of the surrounding valley. 
“This is a highly profitable holiday lettings business. The lodge park trades through the Hoseasons brand and the vendors report a high level of repeat custom.” 

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Amy Brooksbank

Associate Director

Parks Sports and Marinas


Amy works within the Alternative Markets Division at Colliers International. Her primary focus is the holiday and home parks sector where she provides valuation and agency advice to a range of clients including banks and operators.  Her expertise extends to the wider licensed and leisure sectors where she has advised upon a wide range of assets, from pubs to visitor attractions.

Amy previously worked alongside LPA Receivers within Colliers' Corporate Restructuring team, managing and overseeing the disposal of distressed commercial property and land in South West England and South Wales.

Amy joined Colliers from a Local Authority where she had been dealing with a wide range of property issues. She was part of a successful Agency and Development team, who raised in excess of £9 million of capital receipts in three years from surplus operational property and provided land and property advice to a range of internal departments; working on CPOs, asset protection issues, leasing and acquisition projects.

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Suzy Simpson

Head of Content, Communications and PR


London - West End

As Head of Content, Communications & PR for Colliers in the UK, I am responsible for driving the strategic direction of corporate communications, media relations, and the programming and production of multi-channel content to engage external and internal audiences across the UK.

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