Chic and cosy
Open plan living
Why not cook up a feast
Roaring woodburner to tackle cool Shropshire evenings
Stylish Joules touches
Fully equipped and stylish kitchen
Sit and relax around the table
Fully equipped kitchen area
Calming colours in the open plan living area
Exposed beams
Bathroom with shower
Children's landing play area
Cool, calm and blue
Ensuite next door
Relax in comfort
Stunning Shropshire views
Rear of the semi detached barn
Little touches
Get ready for a day of exploring the area
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Tenbury Cottage,

Ludlow (6mls SE), Shropshire

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people Sleeps 4
hotel Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Off the beaten track
Cool and Contemporary
Fire Pit
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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This smart semi-detached barn is situated deep in rolling South Shropshire countryside and is perfect for relaxing with friends at any time of year.  It's a great base for enjoying the festivals and events that the nearby historic town of Ludlow offers. Ludlow is a thriving market town, boasting nearly five hundred listed buildings, with the original medieval street layout surviving almost unchanged. Situated on a cliff above the River Teme, it is well-known for its September Food and Drink Festival and has a strong reputation for providing excellent local fayre all year round.  Walkers will enjoy the trails from the door,  and with twelve acres of verdant farmland to enjoy this is a wonderful family-friendly spot.  Clee Hill and child friendly Mortimer Forest are both within easy reach.

Step in to an open-plan sitting room with wood-burner, and diner/kitchen adjacent. There are two bedrooms, a super-king-size  bedroom (which can be made into a twin bedroom by request) downstairs with neighbouring bathroom which includes shower and WC.  Upstairs is an en-suite super-king-size bedroom (which can be made into a twin bedroom by request) with rainforest style shower and WC.

Guests at Tenbury Cottage have the use their own decking to the East of the cottage, including their own table and chairs and a brand new charcoal Wella BBQ.  There is also an outdoor treat with shabby chic bar - simply bring your own beer, stoke up the wood burner and test your skills at traditional darts (which is shared with Ludlow Barn). 

The barn, semi-detached with its larger and equally luxurious twin, Ludlow Barn, is set within 12 beautiful acres of farmland which guests and their families are invited to enjoy, dogs are welcome.

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

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TOUR THE TOWNS : Described by John Betjeman as 'the loveliest town in England' Tenbury Cottage is just 15 minutes from the historic town of Ludlow.  Boasting over 500 listed buildings within the town itself and retaining the original layout from Medieval times, Betjeman's description sums it up rather well!

FEAST & FODDER : Shropshire is a foodies favourite, with Ludlow the jewel, hosting an annual Food and Drink Festival in September. There is a wealth of country pubs and restaurants to explore and delicious ingredients to be found locally, a trip to the Ludlow Food Centre is a must!

PEDAL & STROLL : Once you've patted the sheep and fed the ducks on the farm you may want to venture further into the Shropshire countryside, being one of the most rural counties in England, there are plenty of places to explore including Clee Hill, Mortimer Forest and the Welsh Marches where bike hire is readily available.

CASTLES & CULTURE : The National Trust treasures of Berrington Hall and Croft Castle are both within easy reach, as is English Heritage's Stokesay Castle. A walk around Ludlow Castle is a must and for those who prefer to combine their history with Real Ale sampling, the Black and White trail passes through some of the most beautiful villages in the area.

SLEEPS 2 - 4: Two bedrooms, a ground floor king-size bedroom and an en-suite king size bedroom upstairs, each with its own shower room  (both beds can be adjusted to twins on request).

RELAXING : Open plan living space with well equipped kitchen, dining table for four, soft seating and a roaring wood burning stove, a basket of logs included. There is also central heating throughout

COOK UP A FEAST : The local town of Ludlow has a fabulous foodie reputation, the kitchen is a worthy recipient of the delicious local fayre and there are caterers available should you prefer someone else to do the cooking.  Fridge/freezer, oven/gas hob, dishwasher as well as plentiful crockery and cutlery.

LOVELY TOUCHES : A generous Welcome Basket greets you on arrival and includes break, milk, butter and cake.  Hairdryers, towels and bedding are all also included.  Knowledgeable and friendly hosts on hand should you need them, brimming with advice and great local tips, fully respecting your privacy otherwise.

PETS & KIDS : Warmly welcomed, two well behaved dogs (paws off furniture please). Cot, highchair and toys available on request.


Chic and cosy
Open plan living
Why not cook up a feast
Roaring woodburner to tackle cool Shropshire evenings
Stylish Joules touches
Fully equipped and stylish kitchen
Sit and relax around the table
Fully equipped kitchen area
Calming colours in the open plan living area
Exposed beams
Bathroom with shower
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Diane, 5th July 2019

Beautiful cottage in stunning countryside. Lots to do and see from walking to exploring the surrounds. Lovely for families as well as couples.

Julie, 10th May 2019

This barn is in an idyllic setting down a lane with passing places. The views are stunning. The owners live adjacent to the barns. We rented the smaller of the two which accommodates 4 people. The owners keep sheep, pigs, ducks and chickens. This is the perfect place to take a dog. Our Labrador has a fabulous time with freedom to run. The walks froRead morem the property are numerous. It was lovely to hear birdsong and see wildflowers in the hedgerows. Yet - we were not far from Ludlow and other places. Hide


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