A stunning house in a picture perfect location, The Dinham River House has special occasion written all over it. There’s room for 13 to enjoy its immaculate interiors and riverside gardens
The Dinham River House is listed in affiliation with Holiday Cottages.
There are many great reasons to visit Ludlow, and The Dinham River House is undoubtedly one of them. The fine riverside location is within a short walk of the centre of town, and this exquisite six-bedroom house, complete with a gorgeous garden and terrace, is overlooked by Ludlow Castle in all its medieval glory.
At the foot of the River Teme, the beautifully landscaped gardens feature an outdoor dining area with a large table and chairs, perfect for gatherings lasting late into the evening. You can even hire a private chef to come and cook for you. Additionally, for something more casual, there’s a barbecue and firepit, as well as areas to sit and enjoy the ambience. The tree lights are a special touch.
Inside the house, you have another ornate dining space, accompanied by a bar and a professional standard kitchen – because this house used to be a Michelin Star restaurant. There’s room for up to 14 guests to dine here, and with views of the gardens through the architect-designed arched windows, it will be a real occasion for all.
Heading up a level from the lower ground floor, you have the master suite with private terrace, separate sitting room with TV, king-size bed and en suite bathroom with bath, shower and steam room. Another king-size bedroom on this floor offers many similar features.
Upstairs again, there are three more bedrooms, including two more en suite king-size rooms and a twin with an en suite too. Add to that a snug room with TV, and a separate annexe with another en suite bedroom, and the choice of places to sleep or just chill out is pretty extensive.
Up to two dogs are welcome to join you at The Dinham River House, and Ludlow is a picturesque place for you to discover together. The town’s reputation as a foodie capital is well-known and justified – and its annual Food Festival showcases it big time, as chefs and local food producers do their thing. For a sense of local history, seeing the marvellous Ludlow Castle towering over the town is sure to inspire you to take a closer look.
Around the wider area, Shropshire continues to delight those lucky enough to visit. Whether its walks in the hills or a visit to iconic Ironbridge you have in mind, you’ll be in for a very scenic adventure.
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