Leominster Cottages

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    A lovely single storey cottage in Herefordshire located on the owner's farm, countryside views, with surrounding gardens, near Ludlow and Leominster. Orleton 1.5 miles. (Ref. 15436)

    7 nights from $363

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    Delightful 18th century cottage 5 mins walk from Ludlow's delightful town centre. Character beams, well equipped and cosy. Ideal location for exploring Shropshire. (Ref. 14519)

    7 nights from $451

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    Characterful three-storey cottage in the town of Ludlow in Shropshire. Exposed beams and stone. Centre of Ludlow. WiFi. (Ref. 984554)

    7 nights from $545

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    Delightful, semi-detached barn conversion in rural hamlet of Luntley, 2 miles from Pembridge. Romantic, with character. Excellent walking. Hay-on-Wye 20 miles. (Ref. 2215)

    7 nights from $366

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    A stunning, black and white, semi-detached cottage set beside the owners' farmhouse in the village of Caynham, in Shropshire. Shropshire Way runs close by. Feature beams and woodburning stove in an inglenook fireplace. Ludlow 3 miles. (Ref. 917912)

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    7 nights from $437

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    A spacious, stone-built, end-terrace cottage in the hamlet of Ledicot, near Shobdon in Herefordshire. Woodburning stove. Enclosed garden with patio and furniture. WiFi. Shobdon 1 mile. (Ref. 904161)

    Great for families

    7 nights from $432

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    An immaculate, homely detached cottage near Ludlow in Shropshire. Exquisite garden. Charming furniture. Exposed beams. (Ref. 955664)

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    7 nights from $712

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    A charming barn converted annexe on the grounds of the owners' home, 2.5 miles from Bodenham in Herefordshire. Large shared garden. Open plan living. Beautiful rural location. Hereford 9 miles. (Ref. 962931)

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    7 nights from $392

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    Beautiful black and white cottage. One of the oldest in the village offering sumptuous furnishings, original wall and ceiling beams. Perfect location in centre of pretty village. Ideal romantic retreat. Hay-on-Wye 15 miles. (Ref. 932481)

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    7 nights from $430

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    Charming detached cottage located within the village of Lingen in the Welsh Marches. Character beams, multi-fuel stove, cosy atmosphere. Pleasant local pub, scenic walks and cycle rides all around. Presteigne 4.5 miles. (Ref. 905757)

    7 nights from $369

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Just show me Leominster Cottages

Where England meets Wales, the Marches is a wonderfully unspoilt region and our Leominster cottages make ideal getaways for quiet relaxation or outdoor adventure.

Dating from the 7th Century, Leominster brims with architectural delights. Once a monastery, the ancient Priory Church features a magnificent 'Perpendicular' west window and an old ducking stool. There's the intricate décor of Grange Court, carved by royal carpenter John Abel. Dutton House, a Tudor residence with a Gothic exterior and the black-and-white Chequers Inn, a favourite watering hole. The Forbury, Hester Clark's Almshouses, Lion House, Old Priory Hospital, School Lane - all worth a mention.

It seems appropriate that Leominster has a passion for showcasing antiques and there are regular auctions in the Fine Art sales rooms, as well as shops, galleries and markets. Friday brings locals and visitors alike to Corn Square for the weekly street market, while there's a farmers' market twice a month - great for sampling regional produce. And there are lots of places to eat and drink, including Italian restaurants, traditional pubs and takeaways.

Attractions near your Leominster cottage

Drive or cycle the Black & White Village Trail. Visit battlefield sites linked with the Wars of the Roses. Admire exotic trees at Queenswood Arboretum and 'Capability' Brown's landscaped gardens at Berrington Hall. Leominster Folk Museum is an interesting stop, as is the Monkland Cheese Dairy where small local cheeses are produced by hand.

And with all that splendid countryside on the doorstep of your Leominster cottage (including the Offa's Dyke National Trail), it would be a shame to forget your boots!