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Stunning views from the property
A great place to relax and catch up with friends
Stylish soft furnishings and stunning views
A clever mix of both old and new
Spacious living areas
Large and spacious dining hall just great for entertaining
Dining hall with ample space for all guests
A perfect hideaway for a chapter of your favourite book
Beautiful finishing touches and design throughout
Stylish and eclectic interior
A beautiful and large bespoke kitchen for the best of cooks
Take in the traditional vaulted ceiling and oak beams along with stylish finishing touches
Enjoy the unobstructed views from the stable door
Elegant decor
Take time out for tea and cake
Explore some of the fantastic local produce
Wake up and enjoy the views from this super-king-size with en-suite
A beautiful king-size with en-suite shower
Rich colours and interesting textures within each room
A cosy double with stunning views
Charming touches throughout
Take some time out and soak in this free standing bath
A delightful ground floor twin bedroom
Cook up an absolute storm with an equally impressive back drop
A sheltered terrace with fire pit for summer evenings
Stunning views from the gardens
View towards the detached barn
Al-fresco dining perhaps
Plenty of space for all the family and friends
Enjoy the open space
A sunny spot for your morning coffee
Views across from the gardens
Enjoy the warming Kadai fire pit and the spectacular view
Don't forget your wellies to enjoy the countryside that surrounds the property
1 / 34  Stunning views from the property
2 / 34  A great place to relax and catch up with friends
3 / 34  Stylish soft furnishings and stunning views
4 / 34  A clever mix of both old and new
5 / 34  Spacious living areas
6 / 34  Large and spacious dining hall just great for entertaining
7 / 34  Dining hall with ample space for all guests
8 / 34  A perfect hideaway for a chapter of your favourite book
9 / 34  Beautiful finishing touches and design throughout
10 / 34  Stylish and eclectic interior
11 / 34  A beautiful and large bespoke kitchen for the best of cooks
12 / 34  Take in the traditional vaulted ceiling and oak beams along with stylish finishing touches
13 / 34  Enjoy the unobstructed views from the stable door
14 / 34  Elegant decor
15 / 34  Take time out for tea and cake
16 / 34  Explore some of the fantastic local produce
17 / 34  Wake up and enjoy the views from this super-king-size with en-suite
18 / 34  A beautiful king-size with en-suite shower
19 / 34  Rich colours and interesting textures within each room
20 / 34  A cosy double with stunning views
21 / 34  Charming touches throughout
22 / 34  Take some time out and soak in this free standing bath
23 / 34  A delightful ground floor twin bedroom
24 / 34  Cook up an absolute storm with an equally impressive back drop
25 / 34  A sheltered terrace with fire pit for summer evenings
26 / 34  Stunning views from the gardens
27 / 34  View towards the detached barn
28 / 34  Al-fresco dining perhaps
29 / 34  Plenty of space for all the family and friends
30 / 34  Enjoy the open space
31 / 34  A sunny spot for your morning coffee
32 / 34  Views across from the gardens
33 / 34  Enjoy the warming Kadai fire pit and the spectacular view
34 / 34  Don't forget your wellies to enjoy the countryside that surrounds the property

Ludlow - Jacks Barn,

Ludlow, Shropshire

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Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
Downstairs bedroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Family friendly
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Enjoy the best of both worlds, you may not wish to leave this peaceful hillside location on the edge of a beautiful forest, however you are just a very short distance from Ludlow, a thriving market town and an architectural gem, situated on a cliff above the River Teme and is surrounded by the countryside of South Shropshire, busy throughout the year with events and festivals celebrating good food, arts, crafts, theatre, walking and the showcase for this being the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival held every September. For keen walkers enjoy the Mary Webb trail, The Shropshire Way and Offa’s Dyke are both within easy reach and for day tripping take why not visit Stokesay castle, Wenlock Priory and Severn valley railway. The famous hay festival is only a 40 minute drive - a literary delight in May and June.

Your journey to the barn starts off-grid enjoying views across the surrounding farm land, and at the brow of the hill you will be welcomed by the beauty of the barn. Kick off your boots and step into the dining room where the stone floors with under floor heating and exposed staircase will simply take your breath away, the dining table and chairs provided are the perfect props for any dinner party or simple Sunday lunch. Pass on through to the lounge, the cosy seating area warmed with a wood burner is great for a movie night in front of the TV/DVD or game of cards. Steps up into the kitchen with a centre island and wooden benches for friends to gather and enjoy a glass of wine. Well-equipped with two eye level electric ovens and hob, microwave, large fridge/freezer with ice maker and dishwasher. The utility room with WC and washing machine is also on this floor, and when the sun sets and it’s time to rest you will find a twin bedroom on this floor too. Follow the main staircase where you will find two bedrooms with high quality beds throughout the property, one super-king-size zip-and-link (which can be made into a twin on request) with en-suite shower over bath and WC and one king-size with en-suite bathroom with shower and WC. Follow the smaller staircase at the opposite end of the barn where you will find one double and en-suite bathroom with stylish slipper bath, separate shower and WC.

Take a step outside and enjoy the sunrise across the countryside, the landscaped grounds with large patio area is great for entertaining with table, chairs and BBQ.  And for summer evenings watching the stars follow the steps down to the snug carved into the hillside and enjoy the warmth of the kadai fire pit with all of the accompanyments. There is ample off-road parking

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

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WALKING & CYCLING: Charming Ludlow is utterly surrounded by rolling hills and glorious countryside, all of which is ideal for long, leisurely strolls with a loved one, or gentle cycle rides on pathways enveloped by total rural beauty.

CASTLES & CULTURE: Stokesay Castle is a must-visit for fans of history and culture, whilst the imposing medieval structure of Ludlow Castle is a stunning sight. Also worth a visit is Wenlock Priory, and the market town of Ludlow itself is absolutely bursting with historical wonder.

TOUR THE TOWNS: Ludlow is a thriving market town featuring many a fine shop, ranging from high street favourites to niche independent traders. Further afield, Leominster boasts a wide array of retailers, whilst Tenbury Wells is the prime example of a market town that not only retains its historical grandeur, but also blends with the contemporary to offer a picturesque shopping experience.

FINE FAYRE: There are plenty of delightful pubs and restaurants close to the cottage, but perhaps the most likely destination you should head to is the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival held every September. This phenomenal event brings together some of the most delicious local foods imaginable and showcases them for all to see – and taste!

SLEEPS: There are four bedrooms, one with a super-king-size zip-and-link bed, one with a king-size bed, one with a double bed, and a twin bedroom whichis located on the ground floor. RELAXING: Electric and central heating and Wi-Fi is included.

COOKING & DINING: There are two eye-level electric ovens and a hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher. There is also a washing machine in the utility room.

KEEPING CLEAN: With a total of three en-suite bathrooms there’s plenty to go round. Two are on the first floor, one with a shower and WC, the other with a shower over bath and WC. The handy additional en-suite shower room with shower, bath and WC is off the double bedroom, and there is a separate WC in the utility room. Towels are provided for your stay.

OUTSIDE: Outside is ample garden space with outdoor seating, a BBQ and a fire pit. There is plenty of off-road parking available.

PETS: One dog is welcome at this property.

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Stunning views from the property
A great place to relax and catch up with friends
Stylish soft furnishings and stunning views
A clever mix of both old and new
Spacious living areas
Large and spacious dining hall just great for entertaining
Dining hall with ample space for all guests
A perfect hideaway for a chapter of your favourite book
Beautiful finishing touches and design throughout
Stylish and eclectic interior
A beautiful and large bespoke kitchen for the best of cooks
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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

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Helen, 15th November 2019

Stunning views, beautiful property which is so well equipped and high spec. The owner is lovely and very helpful. Very suitable for friends sharing as several bathrooms and so much living space to make the most of.

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David, 8th October 2019

Excellent modern barn conversion. We spent an excellent week here and would recommend it thouroughly. Shame we couldn't sit outside much and enjoy the scenery due to the October weather. Ludlow is a great town with excellent pubs and places to eat. But as the barn was so lovely we decided to eat in most nights and enjoy just being there.

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Sheila, 30th September 2019

Jacks Barn is delightful. In a remote and quiet setting, with fabulous open views. The barn has been finished and furnished to a very high standard. Homely touches like wool throws to snuggle into while sitting outside. Very comfortable beds. The kitchen has everything you could need. Its a luxurious home from home. We had a lovely week with three Read moregenerations and a dog. Karen and her son were very helpful and made us extremely welcome. Hide

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Wendy, 27th September 2019

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The barn was very comfortable, especially the beds. We had everything we needed and the position was fabulous with wonderful views. It was also close enough to Ludlow to be able to walk into town.

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Margaret, 20th September 2019

Fantastic place in a wonderful position. Well designed and fitted out with everything you could possibly want for a special holiday. The whole cottage was fitted out to the highest specification.

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Michael, 13th September 2019

None at all, the property and equipment lEvel was excellent and we would all highly recommend this property to anyone wanting to stay in the Ludlow area.

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Brian, 23rd August 2019

Jack's Barn is a wonderful holiday home in an elevated position overlooking Ludlow. There's everything you need for a great holiday in the town and surrounding countryside.

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Joanna, 2nd August 2019

We had a memorable holiday. The barn was very comfortable and well-equipped and the peaceful situation with its fantastic view would be hard to beat.

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Jim, 19th July 2019

Everything was good. It suited our family of six adults, a two year old and a 9 month old very well. Plenty of space inside and out for us all. The owner Karen was delightful and very concerned that we had everything we needed. We could not fault it, the location is great, you can walk into Ludlow in 20 minutes but it is down hill then uphill, or yRead moreou can drive in 5 minutes. The views from Jacks Barn are great. We had three cars and you could double that without a problem. Hide

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Lisa, 14th June 2019

Gorgeous location, wonderful views and very peaceful with no traffic noise. A supremely comfortable and well-equipped barn conversion, seriously good beds and brilliant kitchen. We were even happy when it rained as it's so comfortable, there is plenty of space and you can watch the weather sweep across the horizon. Ludlow (foodie heaven) is about 2Read more0 mins walk away. Hide

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Margaret, 31st May 2019

Fabulous barn, plenty of space for everyone inside and out. Beautifully furnished, a kitchen which had everything. A real cosy, family atmosphere where our 3 generations came together had a great time. Views are spectacular, walks from the property and a great location to explore the rest of Shropshire from. Karen and her son Andy are lovely peopleRead more and very helpful, should you have any queries. Hide

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Karrie, 8th March 2019

Jack's Barn is a delightful, isolated very well equipped, very warm and comfortable haven of peace and tranquility. The surrounding fields and views stretch for miles. Karen is a very warm & thoughtful but discreet host who is on hand if necessary. Situated at the end of the barn is a small detached stone cottage where Karen's son lives, otherwise Read morethe barn has no near neighbours and is approached via a long track over the fields. It is within a 'healthy' walk of beautiful Ludlow town. Fabulou Hide

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Roy, 27th February 2019

Wonderful situation. Beautiful converted barn. Lots of extras to make it very welcoming. Very friendly hosts.

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John, 10th February 2019

Excellent location for exploring Ludlow and the surrounding Shropshire countryside. Superbly and stylishly equipped. Helpful, friendly owners - provided a welcome pack of milk, eggs, bread and cake! Unreservedly recommended.

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Tracey, 18th January 2019

Beautiful barn well equipped but walk from barn to the road is steep. Check in times should earlier and later

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Sophie, 28th December 2018

Thank you so much for having us. The cottage was perfect for 4 couples to celebrate the New Year in. Jacks barn was amazingly decorated and spotlessly clean. The town was close enough to walk too but the barn was secluded enough not to worry about our load celebrations. We thoroughly enjoyed the outdoor fire pit and the well equipped kitchen for ouRead morer very own come dine with me evenings. Another highlight was the four sofas around the TV..one Sofa for each couple! Hide

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Suzanne, 21st December 2018

This is a wonderful property, which is perfectly situated for visiting both Shropshire and Herefordshire, with stunning views. The cottage is extremely well equipped.

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WHERE TO FIND IT

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