A semi-detached, brick built townhouse, only 8 minutes’ walk from Ludlow’s beautiful town centre and medieval castle.
This Ludlow cottage provides light and airy accommodation and offers a perfect opportunity for a family or couple to discover what must be one of England’s most wonderful historic towns.
This Ludlow cottage has three bedrooms, a cosy sitting room, a well-equipped kitchen which leads into the conservatory and an enclosed rear garden, ideal for enjoying a drink or barbecue.
Ludlow is bursting with history, with its wonderful 11th century castle and magnificent Tudor architecture throughout, plus a superb selection of excellent shops, pubs, restaurants and tea rooms, as well as food and art festivals throughout the year.
This Ludlow cottage is an excellent base for enjoying one of Britain's most beautiful towns and its surrounding area.
There is a wide-ranging selection of activities to discover including visits to Stokesay Castle, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (as seen on TV), the Long Mynd and Caradoc Hills above Church Stretton, not to mention the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, the Severn Valley Railway and days out in Shrewsbury and Hereford.
This Ludlow cottage is ideal for a family holiday or a romantic break in what is surely England's finest Tudor town.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room. Conservatory.
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, amongst the outstanding countryside of the Welsh Marches. With more than 500 listed buildings, Ludlow provides a fascinating backdrop for the town’s regular street markets, held in the shadow of the castle and showcasing a range of goods - from cheeses and fresh produce to books and local crafts. Ludlow is renowned for its shopping, with a number of antique and art and craft shops, along with excellent restaurants and numerous tea shops, pubs and inns. Ludlow Castle is over 900 years old and contains fascinating examples of architecture while below, the Millennium Green offers a large public riverside green and the popular Green Cafe. Ludlow is renowned for its food and drink festivals in spring and autumn, as well as Fringe Arts and Community festivals in the summer. 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 and Cardingmill Valley. Ludlow is a superb destination for a relaxing all year round break.