The Old Rectory
B&B in Near Ludlow, Shropshire
A classic Georgian rectory, the house nestles in the tiny hamlet of Wheathill, listed in the Doomsday book and perched between the Brown Clee and Titterstone Clee hills. There are outstanding views in all directions. Tuck into a delicious cream tea - with homemade jam and scones when you arrive - on the terrace if it's fine or in front of a warming log fire in the lovely drawing room. The bedrooms are large and light with deeply comfortable beds and luxurious ensuite bathrooms. In the morning, come down to a leisurely and delicious country house breakfast in the dining room. Relax and unwind in our very own rural retreat. We have 7 acres of beautiful gardens with free range chickens and ducks, an orchard and stables. For the duration of your stay our home is your home.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Double en suite||£80.00 - £120.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||3||2|
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From Bridgnorth take the 4364 towards Ludlow. After 12 miles at the Horseshoes pub turn left signposted Wheathill. Continue up hill and down hill for 1 1/4 miles. The Old Rectory is by the red letter box on the right.
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