The little Hare is a peaceful retreat. A self-contained eco-lodge with stylish interiors, airy vaulted ceiling, super-insulated & solar powered. Log burning stove for cozy evenings. A private & enclosed garden exclusively for you, ideal for dog owners & birdwatchers. Secure parking with a lockable gate, peace of mind for cars & bikers. Located near to Mortimer Forest, perfect for outdoor pursuits. 'Eco-friendly,' with seasonal produce available. Little Hare has a friendly welcome for everyone.
“The Little Hare Lodge was the perfect escape! The area was relaxing and peaceful and the lodge was clean and cosy! It was perfect for us and our dog who loved exploring in the garden. Jenny was so helpful leading up to our trip with travel/weather updates due to the storm. We hope to visit again soon!”
Our grade 2 listed roadside cottage is in the heart of historical Ludlow. Cosy and characterful with 2 bedrooms, Lounge, wood burner and fully equipped kitchen/diner. Spacious luxury shower. Close to the market square, Ludlow Castle, the river teme with excellent free trout, grayling fishing and excellent eateries. Fantastic walking around ludlow and a short drive away from the spectacular long mynd. Ludlow hosts many festivals throughout the year including the food, beer and fringe.
“This cottage is centrally placed for a trip to the delightful town of Ludlow, the cottage is very comfortable and well equipped. We were very pleasantly surprised to find breakfast items provided as well as tea, coffee and milk, and a bottle of wine completed the welcome pack. I would throughly recommend the cottage and indeed looking through the visitors book many satisfied customers have enjoyed the same welcoming comforts of this well presented home away from home”
Coal’s View is a luxury detached holiday cottage situated in Eyton, a quiet country hamlet. The cottage is newly converted and offers open plan living with an abundance of high-end features across two floors, with a large private garden and hot tub. The bedroom includes a king bed, with views overlooking the paddocks. The bathroom includes an impressive standalone bathtub. There’s a well fitted kitchen, with a large oven, and dining table, beside a homely living space complete with log burner.
“We’ve just got back home from 2 lovely quiet nights at Tom and Louise’s place. This was booked as a surprise for my finance, and she absolutely loved it (especially the bath!) The cottage is lovely inside and really well laid out, nice big kitchen, nice sized living room with views out onto the hot tub, the upstairs is amazing the bedroom is great and the bathroom is amazing, 2 sinks, nice big shower, toilet and the star of the show an egg bath, many a relaxing time was spent in there. The other star of the show is the hot tub, it’s constantly kept warm and really easy to access, it’s very private with the fence around and once you have the lid up, we spent a couple of hours Thursday evening star gazing and it was a great relaxing end to our day. Check in was easy and no fuss, although if there was any issues Tom and Louise are only next door. The local area is nice and quiet with a couple nice pubs a few miles away, defo walkable when the weather is good, we took a little walk over some fields and over a wobbly bridge which was fun, this was mentioned to me by Tom. If you don’t plan on wanting to leave the area much then you can just stock up on food and drink and enjoy the treats of the cottage for a few nights. If you want to go a little further a field by car then you have Leominster a matter of minutes away which has a bit of everything you will be looking for and then about 20 minutes away is Ludlow which is a really nice historic market town with the castle, nice pubs, restaurants and sights. Lastly we took a drive and then walk up Clee Hill where the views were amazing and managed to see a bit of the sun set. We definitely recommend the cottage for a romantic break or just somewhere to unwind and you won’t be disappointed by what’s inside (and out) and you’ll be getting good value for money.”