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Reviewed 15 August 2016

Ludlow is the ideal place to visit if you want quirky little shops, plenty of olde worlde atmosphere, restaurants and pubs. The castle and grounds are a delight and the regular market next to it is brilliant. Everything is fairly central, extremely well looked after and you can relax just a short walk away by the riverside with a picnic and feed the ducks or coffee and cake in the reasonably priced café.

Bromley Cottage is perfect for couples. Debbie the owner is very welcoming and helpful. We stayed for 4 nights and took along our well behaved dog who felt straight at home on her bed next to the fireplace. Make sure you have your dog on a lead in the back garden as the resident pussy cats want to say hello !
Parking spaces can be a bit of an issue, but we always found somewhere nearby. You can purchase a parking pass from Debbie which can be used anywhere in Ludlow. Internet and phone signal can be limited, but who cares when you are meant to be relaxing ?

This is a very dog friendly town with lovely people, gorgeous architecture and close to lots of other places to visit in Shropshire, Wales border and Herefordshire.

We will definitely be back !

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Pennycrayon2014
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

We booked both cottages, the one on the left has a larger sitting room and a smaller bedroom and the other is the other way round with the smaller sitting room and larger bedroom. Both are nicely fitted and appointed. Breakfast is left in the fridge and the guests are left to themselves during their stay. We liked this. Breakfast comprised locally baked brown bread, local cheeses and ham, butter, yogurts, fresh fruit, marmalade and jams. This is the second time we have stayed here and I seem to remember having croissants on our last visit.
These are quaint cottages and are nicely located in Ludlow. They are short distances from most places and there are plenty of places to eat nearby. Ludlow is very hilly but that is part of it's charm. We were advised to park down the road at a local business as street parking is restricted and expensive.
There is limited wifi in the cottage but that did not bother us. We were away on a walking holiday with friends so we didn't consider internet access was essential. We had researched restaurants and activities before travelling.
Would be revisit? Yes.

  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 February 2016

The cottage was lovely very clean and cosy , Could do with many more hangers and would love to have seen some Orange juice in the fridge ,seeing as though it is listed as a B&B but only a small niggle . Had butter . milk cheese and Ham jam and bread all waiting for us on arrival and was of good quality .We took our little dog with us for 2 days , but got phoned up on night one from the owner whilst we were out for dinner 3 mins up the road in the local pub , saying that our dog was barking and she was worried if he was ok . It didn't come across as a complaint but it did ruin our evening and the 2nd night we did eat out again , but we rushed back incase he was barking again . I did contact the owner before booking to ask the question if we could leave our little dog while we dined out , and was told it was fine and we should treat the cottage like home . He doesn't usually bark so it must have been that he was in a strange place .
Another slight disappointment for me was that I had read many reviews stating that people were given a lovely little extra during there stay such as a homemade cake etc . I have to admit I thought seeing as though it was an Xmas break a little something would have been really nice but nothing arrived perhaps you have to stay longer than 2 nights for a surprise treat to be given .
So to summarize we would stay there again but without our dog as it made us feel on edge about leaving him in the evening .
Quick Last point car parking was tricky on the street outside always busy , it is free after 6pm and before 8am though . However owner told us on arrival that you could park for free in the Homeware shop car park and that was only under 5 mins away so not a real problem, as long as you don't mind not being able to see your car .

Room Tip: Take more hangers , we only had 3 .
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank SolihullTaz
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Reviewed 27 December 2015

Enchanting and delightful, quaint and full of character this is a delightful place to stay. Our host Debbie was so welcoming and provided us with yogurts, cheeses,cold meats, fruit, cakes and yummy mince pies! This is an ideal place to stay when visiting Ludlow as you are in the town centre and very close to local amenities, yet it is so peaceful.
There was no problem with wifi, the courtyard garden is really lovely. I had the most peaceful Christmas ever just wished we had booked all week!

Room Tip: Looking for a peaceful break? Then look no further, highly recommended
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank jackiebiba
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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
Thank beeeweee
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