The Norton Estate, the second of the two estates that form Harrowby Estate, is located in Gloucestershire, on the Cotswold escarpment close to the picturesque towns of Broadway and Chipping Campden. The Estate owns almost all of the village of Aston Subedge, a typical Cotswold village crafted in Cotswold stone and tiles. At the centre of the Estate is Burnt Norton, immortalised in T S Eliot’s poem ‘The Four Quartets’. Most recently, The Countess of Harrowby has written a faction entitled ‘Burnt Norton’, which is published by Head of Zeus and is being made into a major television series. The house is the home of the Earl and Countess of Harrowby and their family.
The Estate offers wonderful opportunities to those wanting to enjoy the countryside and works closely with those living on the Estate to promote their businesses and activities.