Clee Hill 1 mile.
This cosy first floor self-catering apartment is situated next to the owner’s home on the beautiful rural Clee Hill Common, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, benefiting from far-reaching picturesque views of the Malvern Hills and local countryside.
With comfortable open plan accommodation, the apartment suits a couple who are interested in exploring this beautiful region of England.
The countryside surrounding this Shropshire cottage offers fabulous outdoor activities, beautiful walking routes, cycle trails, golf, fishing, horse riding and birdwatching.
The market town of Ludlow can be reached within a short drive; famous for its medieval castle, food festivals and events throughout the year, it hosts an excellent range of shops, pubs and restaurants, with many buildings listed and steeped in history.
Explore a wealth of local unspoilt villages including Church Stretton, known as Little Switzerland, while the Long Mynd Hills, the World Heritage Site at Ironbridge, Severn Valley Railway, Stokesay Castle and Wroxeter Roman City are within easy reach.
A warm welcome awaits you throughout the year at this lovely Shropshire self-catering apartment, ideal for a relaxing getaway or a romantic break.
All first floor. One double bedroom (zip/link, can be twin on request). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area. Ground floor entrance hall.
About the location
Ludlow 6 miles.
Clee Hill village is situated in an elevated position on the slopes of the Titterstone Clee Hill which is the third highest hill in Shropshire at 1749’. It is on the edge of Clee Hill Common, in the heart of the beautiful South Shropshire countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is set amidst renowned scenic walking and cycling country. Only 7 miles away is Ludlow, one of the most beautiful towns in Britain; its medieval street pattern remains almost intact and provides a fascinating backdrop for the town's regular street markets, held in the shadow of the 13th century castle. Ludlow is renowned for its shopping and restaurants, as well as excellent tea rooms, pubs and inns. It also has many food and art festivals and remains a wonderful town to explore. Within easy reach are Church Stretton known as Little Switzerland, beautiful Shrewsbury, Leominster, Hereford and Cleobury Mortimer, as well as popular attractions such as the World Heritage Site at Ironbridge Gorge, Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands Safari Park, Acton Scott Historic Farm (seen on BBC2), Berrington Hall and the scenic Cardingmill Valley in the Shropshire Hills. An excellent all year-round destination for a relaxing break.