Things to see and do - Ludlow
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Ludlow Travel guide
Ludlow : Michelin's recommendations
An attractive town with a reputation for gastronomy, Ludlow sits in the shadow of its castle. The town prospered in the 16C and 17C when it was the seat of the Council for Wales and the Marches; some fine half-timbered houses survive from the period.
Tourist attractions Ludlow : Things to see and do
Bull Ring GB - Ludlow SY8 1AA
The existing building was enlarged and re-fronted in 1619 to produce what Pevsner described as "the prodigy of timber-framed houses where everything of motifs that was available has been lavished on the façade". The balcony was added in the..
2 st. College GB - Ludlow SY8 1AN
The church was enlarged in 1199 - a reflection on the prosperity of the town - and parts of it are in a style midway between Norman and Early English. The north transept has Decorated features and its construction reflects the recovery of Ludlow from..
sq. Castle GB - Ludlow SY8 1AY
Begun by Roger de Lacy, the castle was built on a fine defensive site protected by the River Teme and low limestone cliffs. Roger Mortimer, the most powerful and perhaps the richest man in all England, virtually ruled the country after overthrowing E..
Bull Ring GB - Ludlow SY8 1AA
Described by the New York Times as "the most handsome inn in the world" the Feathers Hotel is one of Ludlow's most popular attractions. Set in a magnificent timber-framed building in the centre of picturesque Ludlow, 300 metres from Ludlow ..
The Salwey Arms GB - Ludlow SY8 4AL
Around 5 miles from Ludlow Castle and the town centre, The Salwey Arms offers luxurious rooms and high-quality dining. There is free parking and Wi-Fi, and 2 bars serving drinks including local ciders and beers. Each room features elegant furnishing..
By The Castle GB - Ludlow SY8 1EJ
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Tall, square, solid and stylish, Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand late-18th century family home located opposite the Medieval castle. The elegant hotel and restaurant stand in the centre of the historic market town of Ludlow with ready acces..
Dinham GB - Ludlow SY8 1EJ
17 Corve St GB - Ludlow SY8 1DA
A fine 16C townhouse on a historic street, featuring old beams, oak panelling and sloping floors. Tables are crisply laid and service is formal and attentive. Well-prepared, classic French dishes display a light, modern touch.
15 Tower St. GB - Ludlow SY8 1RL
Pretty little café-cum-bistro on a paved side street, selling produce and wines imported from Parisian markets. Authentic French dishes are crafted from local and Gallic ingredients. Cooking is rustic, hearty and full of flavour.
Dinham GB - Ludlow SY8 1EH
Smart, comfortable restaurant in a stunning location by the weir. Traditionally based menus showcase superlative ingredients in skilfully and accurately prepared dishes, where natural flavours take the lead. Be sure to start your meal with drinks on ..
Mill on the Green GB - Ludlow SY8 1EG
Simple little eatery with a delightful waterside terrace, set in a charming 14C watermill on the banks of the River Teme. Concise menu of unfussy, daily dishes that showcase British ingredients in simple, flavoursome combinations.
Ludford Bridge GB - Ludlow SY8 1PJ
Claude Bosi is arguably the man who put Ludlow on the map and this pub in a commanding position on the banks of the River Teme is owned by his brother Cedric and Cedric's wife, Amy. Menus have something for everyone and dishes are good value and full..