Lost Leet Mill is a unique former mill converted into a spacious country cottage and renovated to the highest standard, offering 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a large living room with log burner and a well equipped kitchen/breakfast room. It is set in its own beautiful garden with a patio, pond and summer house perfected for relaxing and barbecuing. The cottage is fully equipped including WiFi and has ample parking for several vehicles.
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom house set in the beautiful Shropshire/Welsh border
- Calendar last updated:
- 19 Mar 2019
About Tim Barratt
Born in Shropshire, the owner has a large family and equally large collection of animals. They bought Lost Leet Mill 4 years ago and have enjoyed the challenge of restoring the Cottage and its grounds to the highest Standard whilst preserving its historic features. As a family we enjoy a number of outdoor pursuits all of which are readily available locally.
Tim Barratt purchased this Cottage in 2011
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
Lost Leet weekend
This is the second time we have stayed at Lost Leet Mill and again it didn't disappoint.
The w/e passed all too quickly. The house is very well equipped and in a beautiful location.
The weather held up. All's well.
Just got back from a lovely weekend at lost leet mill. 8 adults stayed in perfect comfort.
Set amid breath taking countryside, a beautifully renovated and tastefully furnished house
We, (five friends) very much enjoyed our 3 night stay at Lost Leet Mill and were impressed by the ways in which original features of the mill have been thoughtfully incorporated into the design of the house. The kitchen is well equipped and we loved spending time talking, reading and relaxing in the attractive and comfortable sitting room. We thought that the garden was delightful and we were only sorry that the weather prevented us from making more use of it.
The house is spacious and the wooden floors add to its appeal, however, we think that the step up to the twin bedroom on the second floor needs to be highlighted in some way as it is steep and both occupants of the room tripped over it and fell during our stay.
We liked having 3 bathrooms although we found the stylish rolled top baths in the en-suite and first floor bathroom to be difficult to get into and out of when taking a shower.
The beds are very comfortable and the built-in wardrobe in the lovely master bedroom is useful, however, there are no wardrobes in the other bedrooms, which wasn't too much of an issue for us but might be for guests staying for longer.
The location of the house was perfect for us as we wanted to visit Ludlow and the surrounding area. We liked browsing around the shops, galleries and good market in Ludlow and very much enjoyed our visit to Croft Castle. We also really liked hearing about and sampling some of the local produce at the Ludlow Food Centre.
We had a very pleasant long week-end and looked forward to returning to the house after our days out.
Beautiful house in an idealic location
Beautiful house set in gorgeous countryside. If you like nature then you will love it here! We had a heron in the garden, a couple of resident cats visit us and chickens, turkeys and ducks up the lane. The house was plenty big enough for us all, 4 adults and 3 children. Well equipped and comfortable. The garden was beautiful, especially sitting down at the summerhouse overlooking the pond.
Fantastic property and fantastic area
Beautiful property and had a great weekend celebrating a family birthday.
Loved the house and the setting
Despite the soggy weather, we very much enjoyed our stay. The setting was great - thousands of daffs lining the lane, black swans on the pond. Was ideal for hosting friends for a 60th birthday. Would echo a previous guest by suggesting that a large teapot would be a good addition to the kitchen. And there was no stereo...
Just 10 miles from Historic Ludlow, it is the perfect location from which to explore Shropshire and the Welsh Borders. Ludlow is renowned for its Gastronomy and is famous for its Shakespearean and Food Festivals as well as a large number of Antique Fairs. There are a number of beautiful walks, Castles to explore, a renowned downhill Bike track (Hopton Castle) a 10 minute cycle away and opportunities for Fishing, Riding and cycling.
Additional pricing information
Contact owner by telephone or e-mail to book. Short breaks available and we will try to accommodate any special requests Bookings run Friday to Friday, Friday to Monday, Monday to Friday. There is some flexibility in low seasons. No Stag or Hen parties.