Set in a tranquil woodland valley, the Studio is a family/pet friendly log cabin consisting of: open plan living area; well-fitted kitchen and dining area; 2 bedrooms - one family, one double with en-suite facilities; a second shower room; a personal furnished balcony with views down the valley, and access to our one acre garden including paddock with sheep, chickens and ducks. Good access to many local attractions.
2 bedroom log cabin in peaceful woodland setting.
- Calendar last updated:
- Dec 8, 2018
About Philip Hume
Philip and Jenny live in the main house near to The Studio, so are on hand to help with any queries or advice on places to visit. Philip has researched, written and published a book on aspects of the history of the area. We moved to the area at the end of 2014 and are thoroughly enjoying exploring this beautiful and varied place.
Philip Hume purchased this Cabin in 2014
Why Philip Hume chose Ludlow
We immediately fell in love with the secluded, peaceful, location of the property surrounded by woodland and birdsong. The countryside is beautiful, with a host of varied walking landscapes, fascinating historic remains and family visitor attractions. It offers the best of both worlds - rural tranquility with quick access to local market towns. Ludlow is a wonderful,lively place where there always seems to be something going on!
What makes this Cabin unique
We converted 'The Studio' from a painter's studio (hence the name!) into the holiday cottage as it is now. In doing so, we were seeking to maintain the lovely light that the artist had needed for his work and feel that we have succeeded in doing so. In order to do this, we have placed the bedrooms on the ground floor and the living area upstairs.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Silence is golden
This is a lovely spot. off the beaten track enough to offer stillness and silence yet just five minutes drive to a lovely pub with excellent food. Hosts very welcoming and provide provisions for those who haven't had the time to make a supermarket visit. Lovely and warm as the chilly November nights encroach. would love to see it in warmer times too.
Quiet, relaxing great for a week away
Arrived to find bread, milk, cheese, eggs and biscuits waiting for us. The studio was very welcoming and a good base to explore the lical area. Will definitely recommend.
Relaxing and peaceful retreat
Our second time here and loved it as much as the first time. Such a lovely peaceful place to relax and recuperate. Thank you to the lovely hosts for the thoughtful delicious homemade bread, cake and other goodies in the fridge. Certainly look forward to returning, maybe next time we will have better weather lol 😂
A beautiful place to stay and lovely hosts
My friend and myself stayed at the studio 22nd-29th september, we had a lovely stay, so peaceful and in beautiful surroundings. The studio was lovely and cozy with everything needed for our stay. The owners Philip and Jenny were the perfect hosts and nothing was too much trouble. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend a stay here.
Absolutely top class, Excellent place to visit
Both myself and my wife loved the accommodation and will definitely return
Lovely quiet setting. Had all we needed and more. Very clean comfy and welcoming
Well kept quirky and homely. Loved the setting. Wonderful views. Really peaceful but only a short drive to ludlow. We would recommend it and we would return
Set in woodland close to many walking trails in the heart of Mortimer Country, The Studio gives access to miles of forest and open countryside including the famous Shropshire Hills.
It is only ten minutes from historic Ludlow with its medieval castle, excellent food outlets and many festivals.
Lying in 'the Welsh Marches', the area has numerous castles, churches and historic houses - including two National Trust properties, five castles, and twelve or more historic churches all within 15 minutes drive.
There are many beautiful gardens to be visited and enjoyed.
In addition, the black and white villages of Herefordshire are only a short distance away. The historic city of Hereford lies half an hour away.
Local traditions are strongly maintained in the area with Morris dancing, wassailing and other rural spectacles still to be enjoyed.
Hay on Wye with its literary festival, the glories of Chirk castle, the mountains of central Wales, Worcester and the Malvern Hills, the Seven Valley Railway, the West Midlands Safari Park, the World Heritage Site of Iron Bridge Gorge, historic Shrewsbury are all no more than an hours drive away.