Henwick House

Bed and Breakfast in Ludlow, Shropshire

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Henwick House, Ludlow

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Accommodation Description:

Welcome to Henwick House we offer guest accommodation within easy walking distance of Ludlow town centre (7 mins). Ludlow offers a great many ways to pass your time from exploring its unspoilt architecture to dining in one of its famous restaurants.Our accommodation offers secure private parking comfortable and well presented bedrooms together with a warm and inviting welcome for our guests. We have 1 double room 2 twins and 1 single all ensuite.

A hearty full English breakfast will help get your day off to the right start locally sourced ingredients are used wherever possible.

 4 star rating

From: £37.00

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