Ludlow "The Perfect Historic Town"
Ludlow Castle & Dinham Bridge

A Town Full of History

A walk through Ludlow's main streets and quiet lanes is to walk through over 900 years of history. 

Ludlow's History
Broad Steet, Ludlow

Ludlow Castle

The construction of the Ludlow Castle started around 1085, with many later additions in the following two centuries. It is one of the most interesting castles in the Marches, in a dominant and imposing position high above the river Teme.

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The Inner Bailey, Ludlow Castle
Broadgate, Ludlow
The Buttercross, Ludlow

Shropshire Hills

Situated on the edge of The Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Ludlow is the perfect base to explore this glorious area.

Things To Do near Ludlow
High Vinnalls, near Ludlow

Enjoy the View

With many beautiful buildings and fantastic views, Ludlow is a great place for a stroll.

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Ludlow viewed from Whitcliffe
Market Steet, Ludlow


Bleathwood Lodges - Glamping & Camping

Bleathwood Lodges - Glamping & Camping

Bleathwood Lodges - Glamping & Camping

Private ParkingTelevision in all roomsEvening MealLicensed establishmentDogs accepted by arrangementAccommodation maybe suitable for disabledCredit Cards acceptedWiFi or Internet Access Available
The Old Hop Yard, Bleathwood Lane
Tel:01584 819007

Bleathwood Lodges offer a peaceful country retreat for couples and friends in an idyllic, adult only environment. The lodges are located in a quiet, secure setting, surrounded by fields, and footpaths, making it an ideal destination to bring your dogs. We are very dog friendly, and your four legged friends are welcome to stay with you in the lodges.

Tucked away in the Teme Valley, just as you cross the border from Shropshire into Worcestershire lies Bleathwood, a tiny hamlet outside the market town of Tenbury Wells. Our site is sheltered, and we are blessed with stunning views across countryside to the Clee Hills.

Ideal for a short break, or weekend retreat, the countryside surrounding us is a huge draw for many. Walkers can begin on a foot path across our fields, or travel a short distance to enjoy Mortimerís Forest, the Wyre Forest, or spectacular views from the Clee Hills, the highest point in Shropshire.

The lodges sit in the central borders of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire, offering historical market towns, castles, and fabulous gardens to explore in every direction. Considered the prettiest town in England, visiting the medieval walled town of Ludlow is recommended during your holiday, and is just 10 minutes away by car.

Camping Ė Tent Pitches

At the back of a beautiful apple orchard lies our 9 acre field. With a back drop of mature trees for shelter, the views across the Teme Valley are stunning. If glamping isnít your thing, why not pitch a tent here and enjoy adult only camping with your pets? We allow you to take as much space as you need, and only take a few pitch bookings at any one time to ensure you have a wonderful countryside break. Campers can enjoy full use of our shower and toilet facilities, which are close by. Dogs are very welcome. All we ask is that they are kept on leads around the tents and site. There is a foot path near to the pitches, giving you access to the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Please note that we are a child free establishment.

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