Broomers Barn is a beautifully appointed single storey, wooden-clad barn located in a very pretty and peaceful setting. Full length bi-fold doors open up from the living space onto a private decked area and lawns with uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside. Situated at the south end of the village of Richard’s Castle, approximately 3 miles from the gastronomic centre of Ludlow with its castle, the property offers easy access to lovely walks, the village church, pub and the ruins of an original Norman fortress. Guests can sharpen their appetites by walking to the nearby village of Orleton (one mile away) and enjoy a meal at one of two village pubs, both offering food and local ales.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
One bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
Wood burning stove.
Sorry, no pets or children.
Fully enclosed large garden with a slight slope.
Off street parking.
Minimum stay of two nights.
Single storey accommodation.
Fridge with small freezer compartment, microwave, dishwasher and fitted electric oven with separate electric hob.
Washing machine with access to a tumble dryer located in the garden shed.
Digital/bluetooth radio and a television with freeview in the sitting room.
Kadai firebowl barbecue.
Attractions and amenities
Ludlow boasts a busy calendar of festivals and concerts throughout the year. Of particular note are the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival, the Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre and the Hay Festival.
Enjoy a day out and visit Ludlow Castle, Croft Castle and Stokesay Castle to marvel at the local history.
Visit the stunning Berrington Hall, a beautiful country house sitting in Capability Brown landscaped parkland as part of the National Trust.
Hidden gems include the many English Heritage sites, such as Wigmore Castle and Witley Court and Gardens.
Enjoy a picnic at the Ludlow Millenium Green, well worth a visit to just sit and relax and feed the ever hungry ducks swimming by.
For an exciting day out, visit Ludlow Races, a small friendly National Hunt racecourse just 2 miles north of Ludlow.
Within a short driving distance, other places to explore include Ironbridge Gorge Museums and The Severn Valley Railway.