Welcome to Charlie’s Cottage -
self catering holiday accommodation in Ludlow
Charlie’s Cottage is a wonderful 17th century, self-catering holiday home, featuring a sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and small courtyard garden. With original exposed beams and a quirky staircase, it is a true slice of Shropshire history.
Awarded 4* self-catering accommodation by Shropshire Tourism, the Grade ll listed holiday cottage sleeps up to three people and is situated in the beautifully preserved medieval market town of Ludlow - Shropshire's finest town.
Charlie's Cottage is the perfect base from which to explore everything that Historic Ludlow has to offer, being only a 5-minute level walk from the train station and a 2-minute walk to the start of the town which boasts a plethora of independent shops, bars and restaurants and not forgetting the 11th century Ludlow Castle.
FREE on-street parking (for one car) can be provided for the duration of your stay.
Sorry, no smoking and no pets allowed.
Ludlow was described by Sir John Betjeman as "the loveliest town in England” and by Country Life as "the most vibrant small town in the Country"
A darling cottage, full of charm and warmth! This property has everything one could need for a peaceful stay in beautiful Ludlow; close to all the restaurants and pubs, parking, WiFi, a dear little patio garden, the television allowed us to sign into our Netflix account! The rooms are perfectly decorated with quiet colours, soft duvets, unbelievably fluffy towels, sockets with integral USB sockets, games in the drawers, salt pepper and herbs in the kitchen, milk in the fridge, rosemary and mint hand wash ( gorgeous!!), even a dishwasher!! Rachel and Shaun have been thoughtful enough to also add nightlights outside the bathroom and on the original wooden stairs, incredible detail! We cannot recommend this dear little cottage highly enough and with Rachel and Shaun being SO helpful with advice and parking, we are now ruined for anywhere else! 5 * ++++ can’t wait to come back! Love love.
Melanie and Phil (Cheshire)