Bed and Breakfast, Guest House and Farm Accommodation in Ludlow
Prices: From: £48.00 - To: £96.00
Description: Warm welcome awaits you at former coach house. Delightful en-suite bedrooms, TV, tea/coffee facilities. Delicious breakfasts, parking, easy walking distance to town pubs, and castle.
Prices: From: £30.00 - To: £92.00
Description: Friendly family run b&b close to town centre and station. Spacious en-suite rooms. Superb views of Ludlow and surrounding countryside. Off-road parking. Walkers & cyclists welcome.
37 Gravel Hill
Prices: From: £75.00 - To: £80.00
Description: AA 4 Star Gold Award Elegant town house conveniently situated 5 minutes walk from Castle Square and within walking distance of the railway station.
Prices: From: £37.00 - To: £80.00
Description: Lower house dates from the early 17th century and is situated on a quiet country lane amongst the hills of the Welsh borders. There is excellent walking from the house and lots of interesting places to visit in the area.
Prices: From: £80.00 - To: £120.00
Description: A country house bed and breakfast in glorious Shropshire countryside near the beautiful medieval market town of Ludlow, famous for its food and its festivals.
Prices: From: £25.00 - To: £96.00
Description: A friendly welcome awaits you at Studio Lodge Guest Accommodation in assn. with S&B Photography.
Prices: From: £75.00 - To: £85.00
Description: Come and enjoy a warm welcome and feel at home (but without the chores!) at Angel House. Conveniently located for Ludlow with magnificent views over the rolling countryside Nick & Alison offer individual service, excellent accommodation, delicious breakfasts and a panorama to fall in love w
Prices: From: £84.00 - To: £86.00
Description: Award winning, delightful accommodation in extensive grounds with panoramic views - great welcome; a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for a perfect short or long break.
Prices: From: £65.00 - To: £110.00
Description: Whitfield House, a large 1920’s residence, is uniquely located in the heart of Ludlow and the lovely Shropshire countryside. Recently renovated, the house has retained all of its original Arts and Crafts features.