17th century quirky cottage and garden in the heart of Ludlow. A perfect romantic retreat to enjoy the festivals and events in this vibrant town of Shropshire. Shops and restaurants walking distance
This cosy 17th-century cottage and garden, welcoming one canine companion and two human holidaymakers, will certainly set tails wagging. You won’t be left wanting for modern comforts in this beautiful space, set in Ludlow and sensitively restored to maximise its quirky romantic charm. Set out on a leisurely jaunt to the shops, restaurants and that all-important pub within a few hundred metres, or venture further to the abundant events and festivals throughout the year.
Inside, the attention to detail, especially in the double bedroom which is up a characterful but steep staircase, is immediately evident. A shower room is conveniently situated on the ground floor, where you can also snuggle up in the open-plan lounge/diner space in front of the wood burner-effect fire. The deceptively spacious kitchen is equipped with all the modern essentials you need. Outside, a pretty, front garden overlooks the town walls and the enclosed rear courtyard offers an idyllic setting for al fresco dining.
A myriad of restaurants, boutique shops and architectural gems await in this picturesque town, situated above the River Teme and surrounded by the rural beauty of south Shropshire. The county is busy throughout the year with events and festivals celebrating good food, arts, crafts, theatre, walking and more. Keen walkers and their plucky pups can enjoy the Mary Webb trail; the Shropshire Way is 1 mile away, while 3 miles away is the Mortimer Forest. Or take shorter strolls alongside the river and around the medieval castle. There’s much to see further afield in the historic town of Shrewsbury, 30 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £200 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.