Horseshoe Cottage sleeps four guests in two bedrooms and provides comfortable self catering accommodation in the very heart of popular Ludlow in Shropshire. With superb restaurants and lovely walks on the doorstep, this characterful cottage provides an ideal base for enjoying all that Ludlow has to offer, along with the many attractions of Shropshire and the beautiful Welsh countryside. Short breaks are offered all year round, making this an ideal place for a weekend away with friends or family, or a longer holiday.
Affording its own parking, Horseshoe Cottage offers the perfect blend of traditional character with beams and classic furnishings, combined with modern facilities. Everything is provided to self-cater in comfort and enjoy a relaxing break at any time of the year with a beautiful Victorian fireplace (housing an attractive Gas fire) providing an cosy environment during the winter and private garden for relaxing with a glass of wine or BBQ during the warmer months.
Sitting in an enviable position, the cottage affords a quiet location in the centre of Ludlow within the old town walls. Whilst the cottage comfortably accommodates four, it is also ideal for couples or single occupancy. Guests who stay, enjoy the convenience of being able to park the car (or leave it at home) and stroll out to explore the town's attractions, enjoy meals out with a good selection of restaurants and pubs (you are assured a gastro experience in Ludlow!) and explore the beautiful surrounding countryside by foot. If you only make time for one walk, go to Whitcliffe Common where you can enjoy the panoramic views over the River Teme, the old town walls and Ludlow castle.
Horseshoe Cottage provides a superb base for exploring the many attractions that this popular part of Shropshire has to offer, along with the Welsh Border towns.
Timothy & Mary Gill joined Independent Cottages in January 2007
Originally converted from stables back in the late 18th -19th Century, Horseshoe Cottage is one of three cottages in a row. Due to the character of the cottage, it has steps (either up or down) leading to most rooms and offers self-catering accommodation with everything provided for an enjoyable stay.
Outside: There is a private enclosed garden at the back of the property which is paved with flower beds, garden furniture and BBQ.
Please note: Due to the age and layout of the property, it is unsuitable for the infirmed and wheel chair users.
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Good availability in October. Some short breaks available.
| Fri, 19 Jan 2018 for 3 nights, £200
For 2 using 1 bedrrom. 2 nights £160