24 Mill Street offers stylish and unique accommodation for 2 people, making it perfect for couples looking to spend some time together. Exposed beams and oak floors add to the cottage’s already-individual character, which is an attractive blend of 16th Century and Georgian architectures. The courtyard garden is sure to delight, having won the 2004 Ludlow in Bloom Courtyard competition and it is certainly an ideal spot in which to enjoy some alfresco dining in the summer months. The local shops, pubs ad restaurants are only a sort walk from the cottage and you are well-placed to visit Ludlow’s castle.
Ludlow is a lively and unspoilt market town, located on a cliff above the picturesque River Teme in south Shropshire. The town centre's is both ordered and elegant, standing as testament to its 900-year history. Originally a Norman town, Ludlow is filled with fascinating architectural pieces, including its famous castle, church and many medieval and Georgian buildings. The town is bordered by the stunning Welsh Marches, which acts as the border between England and Wales; an area of unforgettable and varied natural beauty, which is full of hills, valleys, castles and characterful villages and towns. From Ludlow it is only a short journey to experience the delights of Shrewsbury, Shropshire's capital. In addition, the cathedral city of Hereford; the south Shropshire hills such as the Longmynd, Caer Caradoc, the Stiperstones and Wenlock Edge are only a few miles away.