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William Morris Lodges

Ludlow Shropshire SY
01694 247832

The William Morris Lodgings. 2 Bedroom flat in the centre of Ludlow

Welcome to our beautiful two-bedroom flat located within about 100 yards of the historic town centre of Ludlow and decorated with iconic William Morris designs throughout. This is a perfect retreat for those who appreciate the beauty of art and history.

The home is located on the first floor and as you enter, you will be greeted by William Morris Arts and Crafts influenced design and style. William Morris was an English textile designer, artist, and writer who was a key figure in the Arts and Crafts movement during the late 19th century. From the hallway, you enter into our living/dining area with comfortable sofas and space for four, decorated with Morris’s floral patterns. The living room is equipped with a smart TV, and a collection of games, books and information about the surrounding area for you to enjoy during your stay.

The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and all the necessary cooking utensils, including Nespresso coffee machine.

You can enjoy your meals at the beautiful dining table surrounded by Morris’s floral prints on the walls.

Both bedrooms feature comfortable double beds and wardrobe space (which are in the process of being furnished with wardrobes) and are adorned with Morris’s striking wallpaper.

The bathroom has a walk-in spacious shower.

The flat also comes with two designated off-road parking spaces, a rare and valuable asset in Ludlow, making it convenient for guests travelling with their own vehicles.

Located in the centre of Ludlow, you will be just a short walk away from the town’s many restaurants, cafes, and shops, we are 160 metres from the famous Feather Hotel which dates back to 1619 and is Grade 1 listed. Ludlow Castle, St. Laurence’s Church and Ludlow Market are also within a few minutes walking distance.

It is perfect for those wanting to explore Ludlow, its medieval architecture, picturesque streets, and historic castle, and surrounding areas or those who are simply looking for a stylish home while working away from home. We hope you enjoy your stay in our beautiful flat, designed with the essence of William Morris’s arts and crafts vision and style.

The William Morris Lodgings is located up one flight of stairs on the first floor, with its own separate entrance and we have two parking spaces in the car park at the back of the property.



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