Ludlow, Shropshire, England, UK
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|Occupancy||1 - 5|
|Address||Ludlow Self Catering Holiday Cottages
Nr. Ludford Bridge
Welcome to our 2 self catering cottages in Ludlow, one of the most famous, medieval, market towns in England and one of the best places to stay in Shropshire. Our accommodation is close to the town centre and is open for holidays all year round. Short, midweek and weekend breaks can also be rented throughout most of the year subject to conditions. Horseshoe Cottage is ideal for couples or solo travellers and sleeps a maximum of 4 in 2 bedrooms. Horseshoe Cottage has garage parking for one car. Paul Pry has 3 bedrroms, 2 doubles (1 ensuite) and 1 single room. It has private parking for two cars.
Included in the vacation rentals are:
•Bed linen, duvets and towels.
•Electricity and full gas central heating.
•Modern television with a CD and video player in sitting room.
•Outdoor table and seating.
•Radio with CD player .
There is a private garden at the rear of both properties with flowerbeds, shrubs and trees. There are also two paved areas where you can sit and enjoy the warmth of the summer days and evenings as you wait for the barbecue to cook.
Horseshoe Cottage sleeps up to 4 (1 double and 1 twin bedded.)
Paul Pry Cottage sleeps up to 5. (2 doubles-1 ensuite and 1 single)
Things You Should Know
Ludlow castle and St. Laurence’s Church - still dominate the town as they have for hundreds of years. The castle was started around 1085 and St Laurence’s church is one of England's finest churches and is a member of the Greater Churches Group. Broad Street is famous for its fine Georgian houses and timber framed buildings and is "guarded" at the bottom by the last remaining medieval town gate.
In the Bull Ring is The Feathers hotel, an imposing timber framed building, and possibly the most photographed hotel in the UK.
The vintage car and beer festival take place in the second weekend in May and the main Ludlow Food Festival is held on the second weekend in September.
In the last week of June and first week of July there is a fringe festival with jazz, comedy, plays, classical music and folk.
Ludlow is rightly famous for the restaurants and independent shops in this but it is not just about history and eating .It makes the ideal base for a walking holiday as it is on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For gentle walking, Whitcliffe Common is close to both our cottages,
At Church Stretton there is Cardingmill Valley and the Long Mynd excellent walking country with much of interest to the naturalist.
The Bury Ditch Hill Fort (16 miles) near Lydbury North is a first millennium hill fort that is considered to be one of the finest hill forts in Great Britain
Severn Valley Railway is a restored steam railway which travels down the beautiful Severn valley from Bridgnorth to Bewdley then onto Kidderminster