This attractively presented semi-detached cottage is located in a quiet cul-de-sac within 10 minutes’ walk of Ludlow town centre.
Thoughtfully furnished throughout to provide comfortable accommodation, the cottage is ideal for families and friends who want to spend time together in the interesting medieval town of Ludlow.
The cottage is ideally placed as a base to explore Shropshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and the Welsh Borders.
The cottage is set over two floors.
A useful porch, ideal for coats and boots, leads into the hallway.
There is a well-equipped kitchen leading out to the enclosed garden where you can sit and relax on a warm evening or enjoy an early morning coffee.
The large light sitting room has comfy seating for all the family, plus a dining area where you can enjoy a meal together or have fun playing a traditional family board game.
Upstairs there is an attractive bathroom and three lovely bedrooms.
The cottage has an enclosed patio and lawned garden to the rear to sit and relax, ideal for children to play safely.
The fascinating medieval town of Ludlow is famed for its culinary delights and twice yearly food festivals and has much more to offer.
A local brewery, fine restaurants, 14th century castle, racecourse, riverside walks, weekly markets, independent shops and varied architecture all add to the rich tapestry.
There is a choice of supermarkets, a leisure centre and spa a ten minute walk and the road and rail links are excellent, opening up the local area and beyond.
Once you have sampled the delights of Ludlow, there is plenty on offer in this beautiful part of Shropshire.
Ludlow is surrounded by unspoilt countryside just waiting for you to discover.
Many pretty Shropshire villages and interesting market towns are all within easy reach, including Church Stretton, Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth, Ironbridge and the county town of Shrewsbury.
Cycling, walking and birdwatching enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice.
There are lovely gardens to enjoy, walks along Wenlock Edge, The Clee Hills and the Long Mynd as well as visits to National Trust properties such as those at Atcham, near Shrewsbury and Dudmaston Hall, near Bridgnorth.
Steam railway enthusiasts can take a ride along the Severn Valley Railway or you can delve into our rich industrial heritage by visiting the museums which surround Ironbridge.
The Welsh Borders, Herefordshire and Worcestershire are also within an easy drive.
This is a lovely, family-friendly cottage in a popular Shropshire tourist town, ideal at any time of the year.