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TUGFORD FARM COTTAGES

Overview

Horses Welcome Establishment

A warm welcome awaits you at our family-run working farm and livery yard offering B&B and self catering facilities. We are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, deep in the Corvedale Valley and overlooked by the Brown Clee Hill, Shropshire's highest peak. Ride quiet country lanes and tree lined bridleways including the renowned Jack Mytton Way, which passes through the village, grassy bracken edged rides over the Brown Clee leading to fantastic views and pub lunches.

For the horses
Choose from 16 stables, 12x12 upwards
Safe grass turnout
Deep straw beds and home harvested meadow hay or haylage
Help and assistance always available
A clean grooming kit is kept for visitors
Plenty of storage for guest horse feed and tack
Spacious parking for lorries or trailers
We can accommodate 16 horses grazing or stabled
Price range: From £6 grazing to £10/£15 stabling per horse per night.

For people
We offer four star accommodation in either en-suite Bed & Breakfast rooms or self-catering cottages
Hearty breakfasts and evening meals are served in our beamed farmhouse dining room (bring along your own drinks as we are not licenced)
Groups and individuals are encouraged to sit back and enjoy being spoilt
There is a wealth of local history for non-riding guests
Price range B&B: £30-45 per person per night
Self catering: £208-2058.

Riding opportunities
We have our own farm ride for you to enjoy, which links up with the famous Jack Mytton bridleway following a circular route back to the farm. Along it are various jumps and a TREC staircase, which can be tried. A large network of clearly way marked bridleways allow for days of riding without covering the same tracks. Local pubs cater for lunchtime stops for horse and rider.

A warm welcome awaits you at our family run working farm and livery yard offering B&B and self catering facilities. We are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, deep in the Corvedale Valley and overlooked by the Brown Clee Hill, Shropshire's highest peak.

Ride quiet country lanes and tree lined bridleways including the renowned Jack Mytton Way, which passes through the village, grassy bracken edged rides over the Brown Clee leading to fantastic views and pub lunches.

Directions
From Ludlow: Turn right off the A49 onto the B4365 signposted Ludlow Race Course, follow the road to T junction. Turn right onto the B4368. At Diddlebury turn right, signposted Tugford. Follow the lane out of the village for 3.8 miles. The first hamlet you come to is Tugford. Take the second right and immediately right again into Tugford Farm.

From Ludlow: Turn right off the A49 onto the B4365 signposted Ludlow Race Course, follow the road to T junction. Turn right onto the B4368. At Diddlebury turn right, signposted Tugford. Follow the lane out of the village for 3.8 miles. The first hamlet you come to is Tugford. Take the second right and immediately right again into Tugford Farm.

Instruction Levels

Not applicable

Facilities

  • Client Facilities
  • Hacking
  • Horses Welcome Centre

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