Jacks Barn

Accommodation Category: Self Catering

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  • Situated just outside the lovely market town of Ludlow this sympathetically restored barn conversion is just perfect for family and friends to enjoy whatever the time of year.

    The barn has been tastefully converted with lovely toasty underfloor heating, bags of space  and wood burning stove in the lounge for you to sit back and relax.  As you’ll want all the best for cooking there is a fully equipped kitchen  with two eye-level electric ovens, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer plus a dishwasher for the chores afterwards.  There’s also a utility room with  washing machine.  Rooms are arranged with one twin bedded room on the ground floor and a double, kingsize and splitable super-kingsize on the first floor

    You will be spoilt for choice – whether to stay out of the rat-race and enjoy the beautiful scenery and quiet on site, or take a short journey to the bustling market town of Ludlow, known as the foodie capital of The Marches.  Ludlow has over 500 listed buildings, an ancient parish church which it’s worth climbing to the top to see the wonderful view, and Ludlow Castle – the dying place of Prince Alfred which led to his brother Henry marrying his widow and we all know the rest of that.  The Castle is home to great festivals throughout the year – Spring and Summer Food and Drink Festivals, Christmas Medaeival Fayre.  There is also Ludlow Assembly rooms which is a centre for the Arts and hosts a festival of words, a Green Festival, the main Ludlow festival plus the festival fringe. Those who enjoy walking will be astonished by the variety of local walks on offer plus The Shropshire Way  and Offa’s Dyke, or try out the new Heart of Wales Trail starting from Craven Arms and totally accessible through the train.

    Take trips out – Stokesay Castle is the jewel of English Heritage being a 12th century unaltered fortified manor house, look up the Land of Lost Content and the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre.  Skip over to Bridgnorth and take a ride on the steam train, zoom up and down on the UK’s steepest cliff railway, pop in to Much Wenlock and visit the home of the modern Olympics as well as the largest Medaeival Church in England at Wenlock Priory. Shoot south towards Hereford and take in the National Trust properties at Berrington Court and Croft Castle, visit the Buford House Gardens or take in a film at Tenbury Wells in a Regency Cinema.  In fact the list is so long you’ll want to come back to explore some more!


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  • Directions:

    From Ludlow Centre cross Ludford Bridge then turn right after the Charlton Arms

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  • Prices:

    From £1050 to £2600 per week

  • Directions:

    From Ludlow Centre cross Ludford Bridge then turn right after the Charlton Arms