The Hop Kiln – Self Catering Holidays in Shropshire
The Hop Kiln is ideal for 1 or 2 couples wanting to explore the wonderful Welsh Marches countryside. It is close to Ludlow with all its renowned food and antique shops, Michelin starred restaurants and stunning medieval and Georgian architecture.
The Hop Kiln provides a perfect place for a relaxing holiday in peaceful unspoilt countryside.
This early Victorian building set in beautiful Shropshire countryside is 5 miles SE of Ludlow. Located a traditional farmyard setting and approached down a long drive off a quiet lane with the owners 17th century farmhouse adjacent.
There are 2 en-suite double bedrooms, bedroom one has 2 single beds (optional as double bed) and a roll top bath in the bathroom. The other has a king-size bed with a shower room and retains the distinctive truncated pyramid shape in the ceiling.
The sitting room has a high beamed ceiling, Sky freesat TV, DVD, lots of books, games, local maps and a wood burning stove. The kitchen- dining room is spacious and well equipped with electric hob and oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and CD player.
The building retains many original features and is furnished to a high standard with antiques and very comfortable beds.
There is a private courtyard, a BBQ available and also a garden area with picnic bench
and wonderful sunset views across the countryside towards Mortimer Forest.
Dogs welcomed, but do remember that this is farmland. Horses by special arrangement.
High Season: April to August: £450 – £760.00 per week
Low Season: September to March: £360.00 – £510.00 per week
Christmas and New Year: £650.00 per week
Short breaks available, price on application.
Price includes heating, lighting and first basket of logs, (additional baskets of logs £5.00 per basket). Wi-Fi connection, bed linen and towels, and all kitchen cleaning and washing up requirements.
Ring and talk to us.
Margaret and John Anderson
Old Harpfields, Burford,
Tenbury Wells, WR15 8HP
Tenbury Wells is 2 miles away, an attractive market town, with a mistletoe market at the end of November. There are a couple of pubs which serve very good food, and numerous other pubs to suit all tastes!
It is wonderful walking country, with much variety, from rolling farmland, to the drama of Clee Hill and the tranquility of Mortimer Forest. We can provide maps and information for many walks and there are guidebooks in the house.
Well worth visiting locally are: –
Berrington Hall (National Trust)
Stokesay Castle (English Heritage)
Acton Scott Farm Museum
Severn Valley Railway