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Marlbrook Hall


Property Address: Marlbrook Hall, Elton, Ludlow, SY8 2HR

Property Type: B&B

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Property Description :
Welcome
Situated on the edge of the Mortimer Forest, with its stunning views, Marlbrook Hall is a working farm set in 400 acres of beautiful countryside. We are delighted to offer our bed and breakfast guests luxury accommodation in the peace and tranquillity of our 200 year old Herefordshire farmhouse with classic exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces.

We are in the perfect location to enjoy a break from the pressures of everyday urban life and is well situated for touring the beautiful unspoilt Shropshire and North Herefordshire countryside.

About us
Your hosts Edward and Val Morgan are the fourth generation of the Morgan family to farm at Marlbrook and have now been joined by their sons Andrew and Hugh. They are on hand with assistance and extensive local knowledge. The farm itself consists of a Simmintal herd, a breeding flock of sheep including rare breed of Clun Forest sheep and a variety of arable crops.

The area
Marlbrook Hall bed and breakfast is situated in North Herefordshire 7 miles west of the historic market town of Ludlow with its busy calendar of events through out the year and bespoke shops and eating places. Also approx 25 miles from Hereford and Shrewsbury, and 30 miles away are the famous Black Mountains. Guests are welcome to relax in the garden and enjoy the farm season to season. There are footpaths leading from the farm and we provide maps and up to date information of the area.

The facilities
Marlbrook bed and breakfast can accommodate up to 4 guests in 2 luxury en suite double/twin rooms.

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Things to see and do in Shropshire :


Charles Darwins Birthplace
Charles Darwins Birthplace


The Mount was built by Dr Robert Darwin in the 1790’s on a fine site overlooking Shrewsbury and has remained largely unaltered to the present day. This house was Charles Darwin’s home during his school and college days and the place to which he returned from his famous voyage round the world on HMS Beagle.


Charles Darwins House
Charles Darwins House


One of the world's most eminent scientists, it was at Down House that Darwin lived with his devoted family for 40 years, and it was here he researched and wrote his most famous and explosive of works, On the Origin of Species.


Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom
Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom


Once inside Hoo Farm there are lots and lots of activities to take part in.


Ludlow Castle
Ludlow Castle


Ludlow Castle is a large, now partly ruined, non-inhabited castle which dominates the town of Ludlow in Shropshire, England. Construction of Ludlow Castle began in the late 11th century as the border stronghold of one of the Marcher Lords, Roger de Lacy.


RAF Museum, Cosford
RAF Museum, Cosford


Admission is free to the museum in the West Midlands, which houses 70 aircraft and is home to War Planes, Missiles, Transport & Training and Research & Development collections. The National Cold War Exhibition with its interactive kiosks and hotspots gives visitors a chance to see what life was like behind the Iron Curtain.


Shrewsbury Abbey
Shrewsbury Abbey


The Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, commonly known as Shrewsbury Abbey, was a Benedictine monastery founded in 1083 by the Norman Earl of Shrewsbury, Roger de Montgomery, in Shrewsbury.


Shrewsbury Castle
Shrewsbury Castle


Shrewsbury Castle is a red sandstone castle in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Its location is on a hill situated on the neck of the meander of the River Severn which the town originally grew up in. The castle is situated directly above Shrewsbury railway station. In 1138, King Stephen successfully besieged the castle held by William FitzAlan for the Empress Maud during the period known as The Anarchy.


Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery
Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery


Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery at Rowley's House occupies two adjoining buildings, one of which is timber-framed (originally built as a merchant's warehouse in the 16th or early 17th Century) and the other a stone and brick building built around 1618 (the mansion of the merchant William Rowley). The buildings are among the finest in Shrewsbury.


Shropshire Hills
Shropshire Hills


Shropshire Hills area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), in the English county of Shropshire, close to its border with Wales.


Stokesay Castle
Stokesay Castle


Stokesay Castle, located at Stokesay, a mile south of the town of Craven Arms, in southern Shropshire, is the oldest fortified manor house in England, dating to the 14th century.


The Iron Bridge
The Iron Bridge


The Iron Bridge crosses the River Severn at the Ironbridge Gorge, by the village of Ironbridge, in Shropshire, England. It was the first arch bridge in the world to be made out of cast iron.