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Stylish barn with open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Why not light the wood burner on a chilly evening
Cosy lounge area with wood burner
Curl up and enjoy your favourite book
Contemporary kitchen
A simple space for breakfast
A beautiful bedroom
Views out onto the orchard
French doors opening onto the garden
Stylish soft furnishings
Relax in a warming shower after a days walking
Enjoy the open aspect gardens
View towards the semi detached barn
The dovecot
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2 / 14  Why not light the wood burner on a chilly evening
3 / 14  Cosy lounge area with wood burner
4 / 14  Curl up and enjoy your favourite book
5 / 14  Contemporary kitchen
6 / 14  A simple space for breakfast
7 / 14  A beautiful bedroom
8 / 14  Views out onto the orchard
9 / 14  French doors opening onto the garden
10 / 14  Stylish soft furnishings
11 / 14  Relax in a warming shower after a days walking
12 / 14  Enjoy the open aspect gardens
12 / 14  Enjoy the open aspect gardens
13 / 14  View towards the semi detached barn
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Russet Barn,

Ludlow (9mls NW), Shropshire
people Sleeps 2
hotel Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Romantic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Admire the wildlife, soak up the tranquillity of the countryside, and enjoy a simply heavenly escape at this sublime property situated on the southern side of the rolling Shropshire Hills. The idyllic location lends it to be a rural hideaway without being too far from the beautiful market town of Ludlow, with views across the captivating orchard as you make your way to the front door.

Step in to receive the cosiest yet most contemporary of welcomes, as the vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and brickwork of the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner provide a chic relaxation space for your retreat. The lounge area is utterly perfect for relaxing of an evening with a stunning wood burner sitting centre stage ready to smoulder away to keep you toasty. Sit back on the fashionable and extraordinarily comfortable sofa or armchair and while away the hours with a book or your favourite TV show.

The kitchen space is light and airy, with cool colours complementing the sleek and sophisticated décor in the lounge area. Whip up a storm or prepare a simple supper to enjoy with your loved one at the breakfast bar, which is ideal for those evening meals or morning coffees. Compiled of an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine, you could want for nothing, with all eventualities considered and everything you could need during your stay in one place.

When the day is done and you are ready to rest and recover before the next day’s adventures, wander through to the idyllic bedroom that provides total tranquillity for your night time rituals, with views across the lovely garden. The sumptuous king-size bed is ready and waiting to welcome you with soft sheets and inviting blankets, where cloud-like pillows will help you drift off into a restful night’s slumber.

For a soothing wind down or a morning wake up, the shower room features a walk-in shower for you to feel refreshed and ready for anything. The room also has a WC.

Be ready to be captivated by your surroundings when you step outside through the French doors from the lounge, as the landscape that envelops the barn is truly astounding. Take your morning coffee outside and have a seat at the table to admire this beautiful landscape in which you find yourself in or enjoy a glass of wine of an evening and watch the stars come out and sparkle.

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WALKING & CYCLING: You could not be better placed for exploring on foot, as the Shropshire Hills has many marked paths, not least the Shropshire Way, Herefordshire Way and Offa’s Dyke. Cyclists are also welcome on many of these routes and there is plenty of wildlife to be spotted along the way, so keep your eyes peeled for the rare and the wonderful.

CASTLES & CULTURE: You will find yourself in an area adorned with National Trust properties to explore and learn from, in addition to an abundance of castles and ruins that historians will simply adore. Take a trip to Stokesay Castle, discover the striking medieval magnificence of Ludlow Castle, or simply wander the streets of Ludlow itself for a whole plethora of historical influences.

TOUR THE TOWNS: Surrounded by a selection of picture-perfect villages, venture to the wonderful market town of Ludlow, filled with a whole host of shops, cafes and eateries. Slightly further, but no less worth a visit, is Leominster and Tenbury Wells also boast a sublime array of independent and high street retailers as well as idyllic scenery. For a more contemporary shopping experience, Kidderminster is easily reachable by car from the barn for a wider range of amenities.

FINE FAYRE: Ludlow itself has many a delicious eatery to tantalise your taste buds if you are in the town, however if you would rather stay closer to home, Hundred House Inn at Purslow is just a pootle up the road. This historic coach house was built in 1685 and has a menu compiled of hearty, delectable dishes to die for.

SLEEPS: There is one bedroom with a king-size bed.

RELAXING: Electric and central heating and Wi-Fi is included for your stay.

COOKING & DINING: There is an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine.

KEEPING CLEAN: There is one shower room with WC and towels are provided for your stay. OUTSIDE: Outside there is a pretty enclosed garden with a table and seating, plus allocated parking for two cars.

PETS: Regretfully this property does not accept dogs.

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Stylish barn with open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
Why not light the wood burner on a chilly evening
Cosy lounge area with wood burner
Curl up and enjoy your favourite book
Contemporary kitchen
A simple space for breakfast
A beautiful bedroom
Views out onto the orchard
French doors opening onto the garden
Stylish soft furnishings
Relax in a warming shower after a days walking
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WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

sian, 8th March 2019

Beautiful location and beautiful barn, no pubs etc in walking distance but plenty in near by areas. Loads of splendid walks and countryside to explore. Castles and national trust manors within easy driving. Very well equipped and welcoming. Highly recommend

Richard , 28th December 2018

Wonderful few days away over the New Year break. Generous and welcoming hosts who just left us to our own devices, yet close enough to help when we needed it. A beautiful small barn conversion with all modern comforts, the log burner definitely added to our quiet nights in. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for peace and quiet in this part oRead moref the world Hide

Anne, 26th October 2018

Lovely cottage, clean and cosy. Had everything we needed. Beautiful area with lovely walks and places to visit within easy reach.

Jennifer, 13th October 2018

Easy to access,well positioned, very quiet. Walks from door, spoilt for choice on places to visit, even in poor weather.Comfortable & relaxing stay, lovely welcome gift, well worth the price. Would like to return in drier weather for more walking.

Tim, 11th September 2018

Perfect holiday cottage. The unexpected welcome gift of fine local food was very generous. All one could wish for.

Anne, 27th July 2018

Would suit walkers, it is close to Ludlow and Craven Arms by car, there are no shops, pubs or eateries within waking distance. Planning to cook is essential. The property is beautifully presented in a very peaceful setting with great views.

Michael, 15th June 2018

A wonderful barn conversion in a quiet rural area with far reaching views over open countryside. Well equipped with everything you need and each room tastefully decorated. We were even able to get our own regional news programme on the t.v. which was equipped with freesat. Very impressed. Very quiet roads everywhere and the delights of Shropshire eRead moreasily accessible in all directions Hide

Nicky, 10th June 2018

Lovely barn conversion in a quiet location. The owners, Eddie and Anne, were very welcoming and friendly. Super welcome pack too! Highly recommended property.

Philip, 7th May 2018

We were warmly welcomed on arrival by the owners who were friendly and helpful but not in any way intrusive. We were delighted with Russet Barn which has been very tastefully converted retaining character throughout. It is very peaceful with a pleasant outlook over the adjoining countryside. We would certainly like to visit again in the future.

Harry, 20th April 2018

Really nice and clean place to stay. Amazing location with decent views. Would recommend this place to anyone and would definitely return in the future. Met the owners and the owners were lovely. All in all an amazing place to stay and we will definitely be back.

Bridget, 13th April 2018

The cottage was beautiful & finished to a very high standard, its location was peaceful & tranquil, ideally situated if you want to do lots of walking.

Neil, 30th March 2018

Great location and lovely cottage. Eddie and Anne were supportive but not intrusive. We must have picked one of the wettest weeks of the year but not even that could dampen our enthusiasm and we are most grateful to have had a wonderful break. The welcome pack was most appreciated.

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WHERE TO FIND IT

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