This Grade II listed apartment was originally part of a typical Ludlow 15th century house.
Today the ground floor is Baker's of Tower Street restaurant and coffee house and above is this charming, character two storey apartment, which is ideally situated just a five minute walk from the heart of the famous medieval town centre.
This beautifully-presented apartment has a modern twist which enhances the character features of this old, charming building, such as the wealth of original oak beams, wall timbers and trusses which are complemented by the thoughtful and attractive decor throughout.
This welcoming apartment is the perfect accommodation for an all year round retreat near the centre of this wonderful medieval town with its vibrant markets and food festivals.
There are two beautifully-presented character bedrooms, a pleasant sitting room furnished with contemporary styling and a spacious dining kitchen, which has access to a private first floor open-air terrace, complete with table and chairs.
This stylish apartment is a superb base for enjoying the popular market town of Ludlow and its surrounding area.
There is a wide-ranging selection of activities to discover, including Stokesay Castle, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Acton Scott Historic Working Farm, the scenic 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 superb apartment is in a wonderfully convenient location, ideal for a relaxing break in Ludlow, described by the poet John Betjeman as "the loveliest town in England".
Over first and second floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x second floor double, 1 x second floor twin. Second floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. First floor kitchen with dining area and French window to restaurant's dining terrace. First floor sitting room.
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.