Log Cabin near Ludlow (1ml E), Ludlow

Shropshire. Sleeps up to 4

Peacefully tucked away within an established meadow in the grounds of the owners small holding just a short distance from the medieval market town of Ludlow beautifully finished with locally sourced materials and an eclectic style offering a warm and friendly welcome to all that come to stay. Ledwyche a delightful hamlet surrounded by unspoilt views and farmland with way marked walks right on your door step for enthusiastic walkers and cyclists. Just a short distance from Ludlow a thriving market town busy throughout the year with festivals celebrating good food arts crafts theatre and walking the showcase for this being the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival held every September. Well served by the National Trust with The Weir Gardens Croft Castle and Berrington Hall to name a few. Visit some of the traditional villages within the Black and White trail Pembridge Lyonshall and Leominster famed for its variety of antique and curiosity shops. When entering the property you will be greeted to an open plan lounge and kitchen with dining area. The lounge offers a woodburner and TV and DVD player to relax in front of after a day of exploring the area. The kitchen area is well-equipped with electric oven and induction hob microwave dishwasher fridge/freezer and washing machine. The property offers 2 bedrooms which comprises of 1 double and twin with bathroom which offers a shower over the bath with WC. Outside you will find an enclosed garden with furniture and BBQ/fire basket within the grounds of the property you will also find a pond. There is parking for 2 cars. Any property with increased accessibility may have different levels of provision. It is therefore advisable that you contact us before you book to ensure the property meets your specific needs and requirements.

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Weekly prices from £471

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