Ludlow 6 miles.
St. Milburga Chapel has stood in the parish of Stoke St Milborough in the Shropshire Hills AONB since 1842.
Charmingly restored in 2005, it now serves as a quirky base for guests wishing to make use of the lush walking country and fascinating towns and villages nearby.
Benefiting from homely open-plan living, the rustic wooden fittings and exposed beams give it a real country-cottage-feel.
A welcoming sitting area comes with comfortable seating and a wonderful woodburner effect stove to keep you warm when the weather cools down.
Prepare your meals in the fully-equipped kitchen, mealtimes can be enjoyed as a group at the delightful dining table set for four.
This floor also plays host to the family bathroom, a lovely spot to indulge yourself in a bubble bath after trekking the nearby Brown Clee Hills.
Head upstairs to the two bedrooms nestling under the sloping ceiling, the master room sports a fabulous mezzanine style overlooking the living room.
When the sun makes an appearance, head out to St. Milburga Chapel's marvellous patio area enhanced by the most stunning countryside views, you can also sit in the heated summer house if the weather isn't too good.
There is tremendous walking right from your doorstep, offering some fine rural views, with some great walking opportunities in the Brown Clee Hill itself with a chance to see the wild ponies.The local inn is the Three Horseshoes at Wheathill.
This is a real country pub with an excellent menu.
It is 4 miles away, however the landlord offers a taxi service and the owner would be prepared to assist when available in the collection of the guests cars.
Nearby you can also discover some of Shropshire's finest towns, Ludlow sits nearby, a capturing market town boasting a castle, a museum and a wealth of quaint amenities.
In the surrounding area you can also visit Church Stretton, Shrewsbury and Hereford as well as attractions such as Ironbridge Gorge and the Severn Valley Railway.
A delightful getaway placed in the wonderful Shropshire Hills.
About the location
Church Stretton 15 miles; Hereford 25 miles; Shrewsbury 28 miles; Worcester 33 miles.
The historic market town of Ludlow is situated on the River Teme, amidst the outstanding countryside of the Welsh Marches. With more than 500 listed buildings, the town provides a fascinating range of architecture including Ludlow Castle which is over 900 years old and is one of the first stone castles to be built in England. Today the castle is open all year round and hosts a wide range of events including outdoor theatre, food, art and literature festivals and many antique and art fairs. Below the castle, Millenium Green offers a large public riverside green and weir and provides excellent indoor and outdoor dining facilities via the Green Cafe located right on the riverside. Ludlow has held street markets since the twelfth century. Nowadays, a traditional open-air market takes place in the town square every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday throughout the year. More than forty stalls selling a range of goods including fresh produce, cheeses, books and a selection of local crafts are on offer and most Sundays see the market stalls being used to host antique or flea markets. Ludlow is also a gourmet’s paradise and a shopper’s dream. The town boasts a many places to eat and drink , including Michelin starred pubs and restaurants as well as a number of exclusive boutique style clothes and gift shops. Ludlow is within easy reach of Church Stretton, Shrewsbury and Hereford, as well as popular attractions such as World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge, Severn Valley Railway, Berrington Hall, Croft Castle and Cardingmill Valley. Ludlow is a superb destination for a relaxing all year round break.