Soak up the stunning interiors and illustrious history of a gorgeous Grade II Listed cottage situated close to the beating heart of bustling Ludlow. Run your fingertips along thick stone walls and admire exposed oak beams before setting out to explore Shropshire’s finest town.
Completely kitted out in a contemporary fashion and offering enough space to sleep six, this charming bolthole is the perfect choice for a fun-filled weekend of exploring the Shropshire Hills AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and sampling some of the fine fare in Ludlow’s exciting eateries.
Styled in a sympathetic yet chic manner, this stunning space boasts three beautiful bedrooms (two doubles and one twin) and an adorable country kitchen that is guaranteed to delight the designated chef. A luxurious lounge provides the perfect space for socialising, whilst a spacious and stylish bathroom provides contemporary and clean comfort.
With a spacious outdoor area accommodating BBQ facilities and becoming somewhat of a sun trap throughout the warmer months, Corve View also offers ample parking which is a precious commodity on the medieval market-town streets.
Boasting a prime location for absolutely everything, this charming property is within walking distance of a plethora of shops, restaurants and bars, as well as the captivating Ludlow Castle. Home to the many festivals celebrated in Ludlow throughout the year, you can admire the inspiring architecture and lovely location of Ludlow Castle as well as get a glimpse into the medieval monarchy that once walked its walls.
For a truly relaxing day out, why not pack a picnic and head out in search of a beauty spot along the River Teme, where shallower spots offer the ideal reprieve on a balmy summers’ day.
Sitting right on the edge of the Shropshire Hills AONB, a short drive from Corve View will take you into the undulating, awe-inspiring landscapes where walks and cycle trails are aplenty. For other outdoor adventures, the Malvern Hills AONB and Brecon Beacons National Park are within easy reach.
Best choice for… .
Small groups who enjoy rural rambles and fine food.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
To be within walking distance of lovely Ludlow.