The Merchant House B&B Ludlow

Accommodation

The John Waties Room

John Waties room at the Ludlow B&B

One Double En-suite, known as 'The John Waties' Room.

With television, tea and coffee-making facilities, clock radio, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.

We have named the room after John Waties, a wealthy dyer in the 16th century, who lived in what is now known as The Merchant House. We hope you will enjoy being in our recently refurbished timber-framed bedroom with antique bed: it retains the spirit of the Middle Ages but offers all the comforts of the 21st century.

The Thomas Greenley Room

Thomas Greenley room at the Ludlow B&B

One Adjoining Single with Private Bathroom, called 'The Thomas Greenley' Room

Thomas Greenley probably built the house in the late 15th century. The bedroom which carries his name has a single antique bed, tea and coffee-making facilities, clock radio and a sofa. This room acts as a small sitting room for the John Waties Room, or can be used as a single bedroom in its own right.