• Sleeps two guests.

• Master bedroom with 5’ king size bed and en-suite bathroom.

• Wood burning stove.

• Secluded and enclosed garden.

• WiFi.

• There is an age restriction at this property. Babies under 6 months welcome in their own travel cot.

• One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).

• Private parking (please note there are no facilities for charging electric vehicles on site).

• Minimum three night stay.



• Electric oven and hob.

• Microwave.

• Fridge/freezer.

• Dishwasher.

• Food blender.

• Two Freeview televisions.

• Garden furniture.



• Ludlow is a medieval town with some beautiful scenery and buildings, like the half-timbered houses that line the high street. The town centre may be historic, but the amenities are very much up to date, with lots of boutiques and shops, not to mention the restaurants that make the town a gastronome’s delight. Come to Ludlow and the first thing you’ll see is Ludlow Castle. Positioned high above the River Teme, the castle is a fascinating amalgamation of different architectural styles. It’s open to the public throughout the year and also hosts events such as Ludlow Food and Drink Festival.

• Anyone who has read A. E. Housman’s A Shropshire Lad will recognise the name Clun. This peaceful village is a rural gem that sits on the Clun River. Spend a lovely, relaxing day strolling up to Clun Castle to enjoy a picnic. The National Trust’s Croft Castle is a castle surrounded by historic woodland and a working farm. You can explore the castle itself or sign up to a guided tour around the attics and the cellars. The parkland is worth exploring too – there are lots of ancient trees, bird hides and an Iron Age hill fort to discover.

• Stokesay Castle was built in the thirteenth century by the richest man in England. People say it’s the best-preserved medieval manor house in England. You can climb to the top of the tower to look out across the Shropshire Hills. The Ironbridge Gorge Museum is actually ten separate museums, all of which give you a fascinating insight into this area’s industrial past. You can step back in time yourself, strolling down the high street of an authentic Victorian town.