Proprietor: Mrs. M. J. Mellings

Long Meads, Lower Barns Road,
Ludford, Ludlow,
Shropshire SY8 4DS

Telephone 01584 873315


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Aston Munslow

The Malt House is situated in the beautiful village of Aston Munslow, Corvedale. Predominately agricultural, Aston Munslow has wonderful picturesque views and landscapes, and is located in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


A large network of footpaths and bridleways close to the village make exploring the surrounding countryside easy and enjoyable for all generations and The Malt House is an ideal location for walkers.



The village is also on a bus route to Ludlow, Bridgnorth and Telford, and has all the facilities to make your stay more than comfortable with it's own shop, filling station and The Swan, an old country pub where the legendary Dick Turpin is thought to have once stayed.


The Swan


Nine miles south of The Malt House you will find Ludlow, a beautiful Shropshire town steeped in history. The town itself is a very popular tourist centre with many travelling from far and wide in search of Ludlow's esteemed Michelin Star restaurants and medieval castle.


Annual events such as the open air Ludlow Festival and the highly acclaimed Ludlow Food and Drink Festival has given the town an excellent reputation for food and drink, and was the first town in England to become a Citaslow The lively market town has a series of independent shops as well as traditional markets all year round.


This typical English country town is one of the prettiest and charming in Shropshire. The Shropshire hills frame the magnificent medieval black and white buildings which nestle snugly within the mighty walls of Ludlow Castle.


Ludlow - 'the most perfect town in England'- Sir John Betjeman


Ludlow Castle

Other Area Information

Stokesay Castle, a 13th century fortified manor house near Craven Arms and Powis Castle with it's famous gardens near Welshpool. There is also Shrewsbury, Chester, Alton Towers, The Black Country Museum and close at hand.


Church Stretton with its abundance of picturesque hills and valleys of the Longmynd is ready to be explored by the energetic, and is found nine miles to the west of The Malt House.


The Acton Scott Working Farm Museum near Church Stretton is also worth a visit.


The towns of Brignorth and Much Wenlock, approximately fifteen miles to the north are also places of interest.


The old Severn Valley Railway is at Bridgnorth and the Blists Hill Country Life Museum is found near Much Wenlock, both are a must for those interested in the traditions of Shropshire and working farm life.


The famous Ironbridge Gorge can also be found at Ironbridge near Much Wenlock