Angel House

Bed and Breakfast in Ludlow, Shropshire

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Angel House, Angel Bank

Angel House, Ludlow

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Looking for a rural retreat, somewhere warm and welcoming? Angel House, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, just outside Ludlow, in south Shropshire, with its heavenly views, could be the answer to your prayers. With just two large, ensuite rooms you are assured of individual attention. Benefit from the exclusive guest lounge with log burner, maps and guides to plan your stay, the conservatory with far reaching views and the sunny patio to soak up the warmth in summer months.

Not only does Angel House, with its heavenly views, offer you a lovely place to stay it is also ideally located for many attractions to keep you interested and occupied during your stay. The beguiling Shropshire and Herefordshire countryside, lovely walks, National Trust properties, the market towns of Ludlow, Leominster, Tenbury Wells and Bridgenorth, the closeness of the cathedral cities of Hereford, Shrewsbury and Worcester, plus a host of other attractions results in a combination with Angel House Bed & Breakfast that's difficult to beat. Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on the slopes of Clee Hill, Shropshire, Angel House B & B offers a perfect rural retreat whilst only being a few miles outside the busy market town of Ludlow.

Our bed & breakfast is a place to pause, relax and recharge. It’s a treat for you which commences on your arrival with a pot of tea or coffee and biscuits or cake (often home cooked). Drink in the views from the sunroom, warm yourself on our patio in the summer months, or in front of the wood burning stove in winter and plan your stay with our local guidebooks, or pick a novel or magazine from our library and just unwind! We (Jenny & Nick), not to mention Maddi the cat, want you to enjoy your stay and help make it as memorable as possible.

As Angel House Bed & Breakfast has only two rooms with a capacity for just six guests, we have time to meet your needs and make you feel at home in our home. We understand that every guest has unique likes and dislikes. So just ask, if we can, we will! Both our guest rooms are large and well furnished with comfortable beds and modern en-suite facilities.

Breakfast can be as hearty or healthy as you like with full English or vegetarian option, a choice of cereal, fruit salads, yogurts and toast with as much tea, coffee and fruit juices as you desire.

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