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The Wain House, Ludlow, Shropshire

The Wain House
Whitton Farm
Whitton

Ludlow
Shropshire

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Four delightful, 19th Century, brick built barn conversions, idyllically situated in the centre of the picturesque village of Whitton, just 5 miles from Ludlow. Superbly renovated to offer the perfect blend of original character and modern conveniences, these lovely properties boast a wealth of exposed oak beams and roof trusses, whilst two provide wonderful "upside down" accommodation, enabling guests to fully appreciate the beautiful views over the neighbouring farmland. The surrounding countryside is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise, with fabulous walking, cycling, fishing and bird-watching opportunities available from the doorstep. Medieval Ludlow, boasting over 500 listed buildings is well worth a visit, whilst the striking market town of Church Stretton is just a short drive away, offering an array of good shops, pubs and restaurants. With the World Heritage Centre at Ironbridge, Stokesay Castle and the Severn Valley Railway all within easy touring distance, this ideal base has plenty to offer at any time of year.

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