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Bromley Court B&B
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Reviewed 8 November 2015 via mobile

Stayed in cottage No. 2 for 2 nights. Very dark inside with no wifi for most of the time. Had to stand outside for a slight chance of a connection. It was just like being transported back to the 11th Century! Very annoying when communication is so important these days. A well stocked fridge with tasty local produce was a plus. We didn't have dogs with us but you could tell it was s dog friendly place by the mess in the garden and a slight whiff inside.
Ludlow itself is a pretty market town with some lovely pubs and restaurants. The Queens in particular is worth mentioning and served a lovely fish supper. Some pleasant walks along the river and castle.

Stayed: November 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 October 2015

I stayed in the Mortimer Room for three nights. The two-floored suite provided lots of room, much more than a normal British B&B room. The downstairs included a small tv (why not offer something that can be seen from more than 6’ away?) and a kitchen with sink, microwave, and small fridge. Upstairs was a large bathroom with a tub, including a very small curtained-off area in the tub for a shower. The beds were quite firm; some might term them ‘hard.’ The wifi signal was weak. Breakfast was sliced ham, high-quality cheese, yogurt, a container of blueberries, and a high-quality loaf of bakery bread. The quantity of food provided would have been very ample for one breakfast for two people, satisfactory for two days of breakfasts, but it was inadequate for three days of breakfasts. Still, I’d stay here again, if for no other reason than the huge size of the suite. The center of town is a short walk away, but be aware that the walk includes a fairly steep incline of more than a few hundred feet.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 9 August 2015

Lovely characterful accommodation, basically a one bedroomed cottage. Debbie greeted us and made us feel at home straight away.She had stocked the fridge with water, milk, strawberries, yoghurts, butter and ham and there was a fresh loaf of bread. There was tea, coffee etc and she provided washing up liquid, kitchen roll, toilet rolls etc. There is a small table top oven grill but we didn't use that. There is a shared courtyard area at the back.

Stayed: August 2015
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Reviewed 4 August 2015

Nice cottages now run by Debbie. A well stocked fridge with local produce was very welcome and a TV up and downstairs albeit very small. Small is a theme throughout but it's ok, very cosy in fact. The stairs are a bit tight but you soon get used to them. We had rented both cottages and my sister in law was less then impressed that there were dog hairs on the carpet from a previous occupant but Debbie soon put things right. Wifi was a bit rubbish to be honest but there's plenty of places in town where it's available.

Room Tip: Parking can be tricky
  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 July 2015

We have stayed at Bromley Court for many years, and have always enjoyed excellent service and very comfortable accommodation. En suite bathroom and kitchen have given us freedom to organise our day as we wish. Debbie, the manager, was very helpful.

Room Tip: Book early.
  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
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