|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This simple Victorian workers cottage has been carefully transformed into a beautiful little holiday house. The interior is completely new and its two bedrooms can accommodate 2 or 3 guests. There is a beautiful garden to the rear.
99 Old Street is located centrally and just a few minutes walk to the town centre, on one of Ludlow’s premier streets. It is just a stroll away from Ludlow’s historic church, pubs and castle, where shopping and dining amongst Ludlow’s medieval lanes is plentiful. We are also ideally located for walkers, with the beautiful River Teme and Whitcliffe Common just a couple of minutes walk away. With its 52 acres and outstanding views over the castle, the common is a great place to view Ludlow from, and to stop and think.
A small house, but with everything you need for a holiday. Comfortable bed, Shower, and I even managed to use the swanky induction cooker. Plenty of towels, all utensils you would have at home etc. I've been to Ludlow 3 times and this was the best resourced house, apart from the TV - luckily, I'm not one for TV.
99, Old Street is some way down a very long street. If like me, you don't drive, you will be walking up and down a great many steep streets. This is actually a good thing - I lost a significant amount of weight and I walked up and down a VERY great deal.
For those who don't drive there are plenty of trains to be caught at Ludlow Station - (genuinely nice chaps if you need help) It is as easy to get to Hereford as it is to get to Shrewsbury and beyond. North or South the trains can take you where you might want to go.
A great little cottage with a lovely little garden. Just far enough away from the centre of Ludlow to be ideal. The Bull Ring and the famous Feathers Hotel only about a five minute walk away and the Market Square about seven or eight. We travelled by train and the station was less than a ten minute walk.
The cottage had everything you could want.
The arrangements for getting the key were easy and we were very impressed by the cleanliness and convenience of the cottage and its location. .it was well equipped and comfortable and when we asked for a hairdryer it was provided at once. For us, staying a week, we needed laundry facilities and had to buy a clothes line and pegs. A washing machine would have helped but the kitchen was too small. There was no Wifi which was a problem and the television was really small. A coffee table would have been helpful too. But Sarah has only been renting the cottage for a little while and we appreciated the quality of what was provided. Ludlow is a lovely town and we loved the walk by the river and trying some of the restaurants. We had a relaxing stay and the weather was very good, enabling us to eat out in the beautiful little garden.
Fabulous week in Ludlow, what a brilliant town, listed timber framed buildings everywhere, ancient old pubs, welcoming friendly people, great restaurants, cafes deli's, market 4 times a week, its a foodies paradise. On top of that is lovely countryside with great walks and you can walk for miles without bumping into anyone, try doing that in the Lakes or Yorkshire Dales. The cottage is perfect, has everything you need including a quiet outdoor garden area and only minutes walk from the town centre. Go, you wont be disappointed.
A really nice little cottage. Very well looked after, spotless, and with well thought out decor. Close to the centre, just a few minutes walk. Would stay there again with no hesitation .
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Cottage was perfect location, few minutes walk to town centre. Well equipped. And milk, butter, sausages, eggs and bread was a really lovely touch. Would thoroughly recommend. We'll be back for more walking, eating out, ambling around Ludlow and chilling out in this lovely cottage.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$75|