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
View towards the semi detached barn
Views fromthe rear of the property
Enjoy the views from the open aspect garden
The dovecot
1 / 15  Stylish barn with open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
2 / 15  Why not light the wood burner on a chilly evening
3 / 15  Cosy lounge area with wood burner
4 / 15  Curl up and enjoy your favourite book
5 / 15  Contemporary kitchen
6 / 15  A simple space for breakfast
7 / 15  A beautiful bedroom
8 / 15  Views out onto the orchard
9 / 15  French doors opening onto the garden
10 / 15  Stylish soft furnishings
11 / 15  Relax in a warming shower after a days walking
12 / 15  View towards the semi detached barn
13 / 15  Views fromthe rear of the property
14 / 15  Enjoy the views from the open aspect garden
15 / 15  The dovecot

Russet Barn,

Ludlow (9mls NW), Shropshire

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Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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This property’s idyllic location in the southern Shropshire Hills makes it an ideal location for wildlife enthusiasts, cyclists and keen walkers alike with many well marked paths easily accessible to include the Shropshire Way, Herefordshire Way and Offa's Dyke offering miles of scenic walks close to the border. Other places of interest in the area include Ludlow a vibrant market town that has regular farmers market, a medieval castle and a well attended food festival in September.  A little further afield you will find the towns of Iron Bridge, Leominster and Bishops Castle. The area is also rich in National Trust houses and gardens that open throughout the year, and for historians why not visit Powis or Stokesay Castle. 

Take in the views across the orchard of mature fruit trees before stepping into this beautifully finished barn. A spacious lounge/kitchen/diner offers a warm welcome, with vaulted ceilings show casing exposed beams and brick work that complement the contemporary colours and furnishings that the owner has carefully chosen. The lounge area is the perfect place to relax, light the wood burner on a chilly evening, curl up with a book or enjoy a good film on the TV. The kitchen/diner is open to the lounge with a well-equipped kitchen that’s great for a simple supper with an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a simple breakfast bar with stools just perfect for dining. And when the day is done there is a king-size bedroom with views onto the gardens, there is also a shower room with shower and WC on the ground floor.

Why not take breakfast outside, the French doors open onto the garden with table and chairs. There is allocated parking for two cars.

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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.


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
Show 3 moreView towards the semi detached barn


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Denise , 22nd February 2020

We had a lovely relaxing break. Theres lots of lovely villages, farm shops & country pubs to visit. The weather wasnt the best as normally we would do a lot more walking. Very good accommodation.

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Melanie, 28th October 2019

Superb! As soon as we stepped inside we knew wed made the right choice. Spacious, comfortable, clean, & peaceful! Everything we needed and more for our break in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Great for exploring both Wales, Shropshire, Worcestershire & Herefordshire. Would definitely recommend and certainly book again whenever we next returnRead more to the area. Hide

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Timothy, 20th September 2019

Lovely and cosy cottage with beautiful views and every modcon you could ask for. Detailed information provided by owners with a warm and friendly welcome. Many walks and historical sites dotted around the area. Beautiful place

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J, 23rd August 2019

Lovely cottage in a delightful rural location. Beautiful views from the garden. Although another holiday let next door you couldn't hear anything. Expect it's the thickness of the old barn walls! Apple, plum and pear trees along the drive at the front of the property add character. Cottage is perfectly equipped and very clean.

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Bill, 7th July 2019

Beautiful cottage, superb location, extremely comfortable

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Iain, 10th June 2019

Beautiful setting, lovely property and very pleasant owners.

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Lorna , 3rd May 2019

Oven, shower very efficient, bed very comfortable, good walks, shame no pub but there is a Saturday bus to Ludlow - would recommend the Fish Shop, cheese shop and Tesco is down the hill. Good selection of glassware at the barn including champagne flutes...

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M, 26th April 2019

A most enjoyable 7 days in an area central to our requirements which includes walking and wildlife. The cottage was cosy & very comfortable, well equiped & tastfully furnished, couldn't wish ror anything better as far as we are concerned.

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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

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