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Angel House
Angel Bank


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Have a relaxing, recharging break in an area of outstanding natural beauty in south Shropshire in large comfortable, en-suite rooms with all the little touches that make it that bit extra. Moreover, if you want to spoil yourself or your loved one you can arrange for flowers, wine or chocolates to be waiting for your arrival.  In the morning enjoy a lie in and late breakfast. Then prepare for the day with a healthy or hearty, and definitely delicious, breakfast, with eggs from our own chickens.

 We are situated on Clee Hill, with magnificent views over Ludlow, surrounded by the beauty of the rolling hills of south Shropshire and close to Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Wales.

 With just the two rooms, you can be assured of a quiet retreat, good service and the benefit of a guests’ lounge and conservatory. Relax and indulge with log fires, spectacular views, warm hospitality, and excellent accommodation.

This is an ideal base for exploring Ludlow, choosing one of the many and varied walks, visiting gardens, castles, National Trust properties and more.  Open all year for short or long breaks, reunions and always a good time

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Children Welcome - Over 5 years
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year - AA
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Dogs/Pets Welcome

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