Welcome to Tugford Farm

Tugford Farm is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), deep in the Corvedale, and overlooked by the Brown Clee Hill, one of A E Housmans 'Blue Remembered Hills'.

3.5 miles from Diddlebury and Delbury Hall Wedding Venue.

15 minutes from the Historic Market Town of Ludlow, Craven Arms and Church Stretton.

20 minutes from Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth.

Tugford Farm is a family-run working farm in quiet rural countryside, but in an ideal central position for visiting south Shropshire's market towns and attractions, or take advantage of the vast network of footpaths (the Shropshire Way footpath runs on the farm boundary), bridleways (the Jack Mytton Bridleway passes through Tugford) and quiet country lanes. Perfect for Horse Riders and Walkers.

Pets welcome.

Use of JACUZZI HOT TUB included in all prices.

- don't forget that the B&B rooms can be let on a room rate only for extra guests staying in either of the self catering properties.

Eating & Drinking

Tally Ho pub www.thetallyho.co.uk 2 miles from Tugford Farm. Fabulous country pub serving great pub meals and real ales.

Want to just stay in and get great Indian, Pizza, Burgers and Kebabs delivered then contact Massala on 01588 673673 - www.armsmassala.co.uk

Don't Cook - Won't Cook - Try Milly's Menus. Private Catering Company on www.millysmenus.com 07833 685834

If you prefer to stay in Ludlow try our quintessential town centre cottage. Sleeps 4 www.churchwardencottage.com







Blog - the latest from Tugford Farm Accommodation in Shropshire...

Autumn has arrived. We've had our first frost and so have lit our log burner in the evenings. Meal House too have lit theirs so our guests are cosy and warm in front of a lovely glowing fire. We still have horses and their owners visiting as it's a great time to ride up onto the Brown Clee Hill and enjoy the colours of this time of year. The Welsh Hills in the distance blue and dusky. It's also a great time to get in the Jacuzzi day or night. You really get the best feeling sinking into the heat and watching the steam rise when all around you is cold. At night the lights make it even more special. Read on in the main blog to here what work has been going on at Tugford Farm -

11th October 2016

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