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“An elegant B&B situated in the Shropshire hills just outside Ludlow. The five bedrooms are individually decorated and all boast luxurious touches including Egyptian cotton linens and walk in wet rooms. Lovely mature gardens and stunning panoramic views. The perfect base for local exploring.”

“An elegant B&B situated in the Shropshire hills just outside Ludlow. The five bedrooms are individually decorated and all boast luxurious touches including Egyptian cotton linens and walk in wet rooms. Lovely mature gardens and stunning panoramic views. The perfect base for local exploring.”

Hotel Review

The Graig is a gorgeous B&B with five elegant rooms, just outside the medieval town of Ludlow. Situated on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty, it commands stunning panoramic views over the surrounding area from its elevated position and is ideally located for exploring both town and countryside. The bedrooms are individually designed and all boast luxurious touches that you'd expect to find in a smart hotel - super comfy matresses, thick fluffy towels, Egyptian cotton linens and en suite walk-in shower/wet rooms. Breakfast is a hearty affair and dishes are prepared with ingredients sourced as locally as possible. The owners will also sort out a packed lunch for you (as long as you let them know the night before). Relax in the garden or sitting room after a day out exploring, then head in to Ludlow and sample one of the restaurants for which the town has become so famous. A stylish stay for foodies or outdoor lovers, or anyone looking for a spoiling country getaway.

Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • Although The Graig does not serve dinners, Ludlow is renowned for its excellent retaurants and annual Food Festival
  • Local exploring
  • The Graig is ideally located for exploring Ludlow and the surrounding countryside.

Recommended For

  • Foodies
  • Although The Graig does not serve dinners, Ludlow is renowned for its excellent retaurants and annual Food Festival
  • Local exploring
  • The Graig is ideally located for exploring Ludlow and the surrounding countryside.
  • Great walks
  • The Graig is located on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty, which has a wide range of great walks
  • Sights nearby
  • You're just 3 miles from historic Ludlow
  • Other Activities
  • Spend a day at Ludlow Races
  • Local markets
  • In the centre of Ludlow
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast only. However packed lunches and light snacks are available on request
  • B+B
  • The Graig has been awarded 5 stars and a breakfast excellence award by the AA
  • Views
  • Stunning south facing views
  • Restrictions on children
  • Over 12s only
  • Quiet
  • Intimate
  • Chic

Facilities

  • Garden
  • The property is set in an acre of beautiful mature gardens with large pools and waterfalls
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast only. However packed lunches and light snacks are available on request
  • Views
  • Stunning south facing views
  • Parking
  • Free onsite parking
  • Restrictions on children
  • Over 12s only
  • No pets
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Great walks
  • The Graig is located on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty, which has a wide range of great walks
  • Sights nearby
  • You're just 3 miles from historic Ludlow
  • Other Activities
  • Spend a day at Ludlow Races
  • Local markets
  • In the centre of Ludlow

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Why do your guests love staying with you? - Our guests love our hospitable and relaxed atmosphere. - the little touches (chocolates, home made cookies and cakes, flowers, newspapers, selection of teas, cafetiere of coffee in all the rooms - attention to detail in the room, underfloor heating, digital alarm radio clocks with USB charging docking, binoculars, books and bottle openers with wine glasses in the rooms. - stunning views from the breakfast room of the Shropshire and Worcestershire hills and the beautiful gardens with waterfall pools rich with wildlife - easy parking - 5 minutes drive into Ludlow


What is there to do in the area? - Historic sites such as Ludlow castle, Stokesay Castle, many many National Trust houses and gardens and English Heritage sites. Ironbridge, Wenlock Edge. Daily markets in Ludlow except for Tuesdays Food festivals, art festivals and Christmas festivals in Ludlow all through out the year.


What kind of breakfast do you offer? Our guests start breakfast with a selection of cereals with the granola and muesli homemade. To accompany the cereals we have local honeys, local milk, yogurt and homemade compotes. We offer hot breakfast with ample choice for vegetarians, vegans etc. Just a couple of examples are of course a full English made with local meat, avocado with or without poached egg and feta, omelettes to name just a few.


Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally? We make packed lunches for many of our guests who like hiking and visiting local beauty spots etc. We do have a pub just across the road 3 minutes walk away. We can recommend some lovely local restaurants for lunch and dinner and we also can book all tables for guests as well.


Which are your most popular room types, and why? Our king rooms, rooms 1 & 4 both have fabulous views over the garden and hills making the rooms very popular. Our super-king rooms, rooms 3 & 5 are also in high demand because of the large spacious bedroom and bathrooms and with the flexibility to be able to offer large twin beds.


What facilities do you have for children and can you fit extra beds in your rooms? We can not take any children under the age of 12 years.

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