A new boutique bed and breakfast has opened its doors to the public, becoming the latest hospitality offering from brothers Claude and Cedric Bosi in Ludlow.
The Townhouse, home to nine luxurious bedrooms, was launched on September 12 by owners Claude Bosi, chef patron of the two-Michelin star Hibiscus restaurant, and Cedric Bosi, the owner of The Charlton Arms in Ludlow.
Claude Bosi is famous for winning a whole host of awards with his Hibiscus restaurant, and recently scored nine out of 10 in the Good Food Guide 2015. His brother Cedric worked with him at Hibiscus before opening his own establishment in Ludford Bridge and helping to co-found three successful pubs.
The brothers hope The Townhouse will become a huge hit with both locals and visitors from across the UK.
Cedric Bosi said: “There is a shortage of high quality rooms in Ludlow and we are delighted to be opening The Townhouse. It is situated in the heart of the town, above De Grey’s, and the rooms have been refurbished to a high standard.
Claude Bosi added: “The intention is that people will stay at The Townhouse and then eat at The Charlton Arms, which is a short walk away through the picturesque town centre.
“Ludlow has so much to offer. It has a special place in my heart because this is the town where we founded Hibiscus. I regularly return to Ludlow to see my family and friends and I am sure The Townhouse will be a big success.”