• Sleeps four guests.
• Bedroom with 5′ kingsize bed and en-suite bathroom.
• Bedroom with 5′ kingsize zip and link bed and en-suite shower.
• Wood burning stove.
• Secluded garden.
• Within two minutes walking distance to an award winning restaurant.
• Private parking (please note there are no facilities for charging electric vehicles on site).
• There is an age restriction at this property. Children over the age of 10 and babies under 6 months welcome in their own travel cot.
• One well-behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
• Minimum three night stay.
• Electric oven and hob.
• Three Freeview televisions.
• Garden furniture.
• Ludlow is a buzzing medieval market town with beautiful architecture, lots of top-quality restaurants and plenty of shops to browse through too. If you’re here in September, the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival showcases some of the best fresh produce from across the area and further afield.
• While you’re visiting Ludlow, the Castle is a must-see. Perched on a cliff overlooking the River Teme, the castle dates back to the eleventh century. It’s open to the public throughout the year, and hosts festivals and events too.
• Ironbridge is hailed by many as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The town of Ironbridge is home to ten museums and attractions, including the bridge itself and the fascinating Blists Hill Victorian Town, where you can step back in time and experience a high street Victorian-style.
• The Severn Valley Railway runs for 16 miles along the river valley, from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster. It’s a wonderful day out for all ages, with superb views of the river.
• Hay-on-Wye is a bustling market town that is famous mainly for one thing: books. The town is home to 20 bookshops, and every year the literati descend on the town for the Hay Literary Festival. There are plenty of other reasons to come, including the river itself. Hire canoes or kayaks and make your way along the water at your own pace.
• Croft Castle is a castle, church and gardens owned by the National Trust. The grounds stretch for 1,500 acres, and during the summer months the walled garden is a riot of colour.
• Witley Court is a ruined mansion, originally built in the Italian style. It was one of England’s greatest houses, the site of many raucous parties, and is now a magnificent ruin. There’s nothing ruined or neglected about the gardens, with their intricate designs and magnificent landscapes. Come and see the spectacular firing from the fountain as it comes to life!