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**The Bindery Flat** OOB

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Address

Old Street
Ludlow
SY8 1NP

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Tel : +44 01584 876565

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The Bindery Flat
£225.00 - £550.00
Per unit per week

The Bindery Flat is situated in an award-winning historic Grade II listed building in Old Street, above one of the few remaining successful bookbinding and book restoration businesses in the country.



No stranger to providing accommodation for the weary traveller or visitor to Ludlow, the Golden Lion, as it was once known, was one of the leading coaching inns throughout the C18 and C19, hosting political meetings for the Clivites and Reformers. By 1926 though, it had been transformed into a Temperance hotel; subsequently became a cycle shop and until recently was home to a successful antiques business.



In 2005 the present owners bought the double-fronted shop and upstairs rooms, which they have extensively and sympathetically restored.



Consequently, the Bindery Flat has many original Georgian features and period furniture, but all the modern conveniences for a very comfortable stay in Ludlow.



The accommodation comprises a beautiful entrance hall with a winding oak staircase leading to the first floor landing; an elegant sitting room; a separate toilet and washroom; a spacious, fully fitted kitchen as well as a stunning double bedroom.



Further stairs lead to a single and twin-bedded room and a well-equipped bathroom with bath and shower facilities. All bedrooms have new iron beds and mattresses as well as luxurious, white Egyptian cotton bed linen, which fully compliment the period décor and furniture.



In addition there is private, secure parking nearby.



The owners assure you a warm welcome and hope you enjoy your complimentary Fairtrade wine and chocolate as well as your stay in the Bindery Flat and your visit to Ludlow. 



Due to the age of the property and it’s layout it is not suitable for young children (under 10) the infirm, or Wheelchair users, and it is strictly no smoking and no pets.



Please phone 01547 529301 or email beverley.lloyd@btinternet.com

for further information, booking conditions and availability.

4 Stars - Self Catering

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By Road

From Shrewsbury turn left onto B4361 on entering Ludlow proceed up Corve Street, cross traffic lights onto Old Street. The Bindery Flat is above Trevor Lloyd Bookbinders on the right.

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**The Bindery Flat** OOB facilities include:

  • Linen available free of charge
  • In town/city centre
  • Delta accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Visa accepted
  • On site parking
  • Car parking
  • Central heating throughout
  • Wireless access
  • Wireless/internet access
  • Hairdryer in all bedrooms

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