DETAILS

• Sleeps two guests.

• Wood burning stove.

• Secluded garden.

• WiFi.

• Babes in arms welcome in own travel cot.

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

• Parking area.

• Minimum three night stay.

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EQUIPMENT

• Central heating.

• Electric oven and hob.

• Microwave.

• Fridge/freezer.

• Dishwasher.

• Bosch food blender.

• Two Freeview televisions.

• Garden furniture.

• Please bring your own cot and high chair facilities for infants.

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NEARBY AMENITIES

• Ludlow is thriving market town that dates back to medieval times. The history is still apparent as you walk down the high street, with half-timbered buildings and beautiful architecture on either side. The town is well-known as a foodie paradise, with lots of restaurants, cafes and bistros, not to mention a good collection of shops.

• Ludlow Castle is sited on top of the cliff above the River Teme, occupying a commanding position. The views from here are fantastic. The castle is open to the public throughout the year and also hosts events such as Ludlow Food and Drink Festival.

• You may remember the mascots of the London 2012 Olympics, one of which was called Wenlock. He was named after the town Much Wenlock, which inspired the modern Olympics. It’s a beautiful medieval town, with traditional shops and unusual places of interest like holy wells, stocks and whipping posts.

• Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire. The town is a beautiful place to stroll about and enjoy some retail therapy, but there are plenty of attractions too. Visit Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery to see contemporary art as well as Roman artefacts, or pop across to the library to see a statue of Charles Darwin, who was born here.

• Powis Castle is a medieval castle and fortress that rises dramatically over a beautiful garden at its feet. The castle hosts a superb collection of art and historical gems. The garden is justly famous, with everything from Italianate terraces to superb topiary.

• Witley Court is a ruined Italianate mansion that was once home to lavish parties and balls. A fire ripped through the house in 1937, creating a romantic ruin, and the house has hardly changed since. The gardens are a riot of colour – don’t miss the spectacular fountain, it ‘fires’ water and makes quite a noise!

• The Severn Valley Railway runs for 16 miles, from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster. You can sit and admire the views from the steam train or book an enjoyable dining experience for two.

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