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B and Bs in Ludlow

Elm Lodge
Elm Lodge
Fishmore

Ludlow
Shropshire

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Welcome to Elm Lodge; Set around a small courtyard in a Georgian home are two self-catering apartments or upto 4 en-suite rooms offering bed and breakfast; all with independent access; which together will accommodate upto 10 people. Recently converted yet retaining many of the property's original features including a wealth of exposed beams; the accommodation has been tastefully and sympathetically furnished.Set around a small courtyard in a Georgian home are two self-catering apartments or upto 4 en-suite rooms; all with independent access; which together will accommodate upto 10 people. Recently converted yet retaining many of the property’s original features including a wealth of exposed beams; the accommodation has been tastefully and sympathetically furnished.Ludlow is often called "the perfect historic town". Situated on the River Teme in the outstanding countryside of the Welsh Marches; its medieval street pattern survives almost intact; along with many ancient properties including a magnificent ruined castle and one of the largest parish churches in England.Elm Lodge is situated in open countryside on the outskirts of Ludlow. Ludlow is in south Shropshire; roughly half way between Shrewsbury (45 mins) & Hereford (35 mins). Ludlow is easily accessible from the Motorway network; either the M5 near Kidderminster (1 hour); the M54 Telford (40 mins) or M50 (1 hour). An efficient train service runs from Manchester to Cardiff calling at Ludlow; trains run approximately every hour. From the station taxis are easily available to Elm Lodge; it is a 20 minute walk.

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