This charming, Tudor-style cottage is tucked away down a quiet alleyway in the centre of the market town of Ludlow in Shropshire.
This cosy one-bedroom cottage is ideal for a couple wanting to enjoy the bustling town of Ludlow and all of its attractions, as well as being within easy reach of the Shropshire Hills AONB.
Enter the property to find a contemporary, open-plan living room, complimented by character original wooden beams, with a cosy feel from the soft carpets, electric radiators and compact but well thought out space.
The kitchen area has all that you need to create delicious meals, with an oven, hob and fridge, as well as storage space, and you can enjoy a romantic meal at the dining table, before retreating to the leather sofa and relaxing whilst enjoying your favourite shows on the smart TV.
Head upstairs to find a charming double bedroom under the front eaves, with character beams, a Velux window and bedside lighting, should you wish to enjoy some late night reading, while the contemporary bathroom suite comprises a large walk-in shower with lovely tiling, where you can prepare for each day.
Outside is a small courtyard area with furniture, where you can enjoy a morning coffee and parking by prior arrangement is guaranteed, if not right outside, then just a short walk away.
This cottage is well-placed in the centre of Ludlow, so the shops, restaurants and pubs are a short walk away, as is access to attractions like the ruins of its 900-year-old Medieval castle, which overlooks the River Teme.
You can enjoy some lovely riverside strolls, as well as the Millennium Green, a large public green just below the castle, with indoor and outdoor dining along the river.
Visit the Whitcliffe Common Nature Reserve and explore a network of footpaths, open grassland, craggy cliffs, a waterfall and views across Ludlow to the Clee Hills and enjoy the open-air market held in the town square four times a week, where you can purchase fantastic local produce, crafts and books.
The town of Church Stretton is within easy reach, offering fantastic walking and cycling opportunities through the stunning Shropshire Hills countryside, including the heather-clad hills of Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd and woodland adventures at Rectory Wood country park.
Hideaway Cottage is a fantastic couple’s retreat for an unforgettable Shropshire holiday.