A spacious, well-equipped barn set amidst the rolling hills of rural Shropshire, yet within easy reach of the restaurants of Ludlow.
Redford Farm is listed in affiliation with Holiday Cottages.
Welcome to this brilliant, big and stylish barn in the rolling Shropshire countryside, perfect for sublime stays with family and friends.
Rescued from ruin with love and style, Redford Farm offers you the perfect place to celebrate special numbers, remember important dates or simply get together with those you don't see enough of.
Cleverly divided into two parts, helping everyone enjoy a little privacy amongst the excitement, step first into Ludlow Barn, complete with a stylish kitchen, sofas to sink into and a wood burning stove for cosy nights in together.
A huge dining table seats 12 with ease and the friendly owners can help organise caterers should you prefer someone else to cook. Upstairs you’ll find three beautiful bedrooms, plus a handy downstairs one too, sleeping up to nine. All bedrooms are King size with the exception of the master ensuite upstairs in Ludlow barn, which is a Super King. All beds can be made twin with the exception of the master suite.
Next door is Tenbury Cottage, a quiet retreat away from the bustle, perfect for granny, or those with younger children. Here you’ll find another stylish kitchen, log burning stove and two further beautiful bedrooms just as elegant as its neighbour.
Beyond the barn, within the twelve farm acres, there's a shabby chic bar with a wood burning stove and traditional darts, simply bring your own beer for the proper pub experience. There's an outdoor kitchen too, with barbeque, so there’s every reason to stock up on delicious Shropshire fayre.
The friendly owners are on hand should you need them, brimming with local knowledge and fully respectful of your privacy should you just want to party in peace...pooches and kids are warmly welcomed, they'll love it!
Nearby you can head to what John Betjeman described as 'the loveliest town in England': the historic town of Ludlow. Boasting over 500 listed buildings within the town itself and retaining the original layout from medieval times, Betjeman's description sums it up rather well.
Shropshire is a foodie’s favourite, with Ludlow the jewel, hosting an annual Food and Drink Festival in September. There is a wealth of country pubs and restaurants to explore and delicious ingredients to be found locally, a trip to the Ludlow Food Centre is a must!
The National Trust treasures of Berrington Hall and Croft Castle are both within easy reach, as is English Heritage's Stokesay Castle. A walk around Ludlow Castle is a must and for those who prefer to combine their history with Real Ale sampling, the Black and White trail passes through some of the most beautiful villages in the area.
Birmingham Airport (1hr 15mins)
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