With appetite suitably aroused, call at the Church Inn 5 Church Street; ; thechurchinn. Vintage textiles, clothing and furniture are arranged over three floors.
Put your feet up with a damson and sloe gin ice cream, while the children feed the ducks and, in early autumn, watch salmon jumping the weir. The Ludlow Kitchen Bromfield; ; ludlowkitchen.
It was from here in that young Prince Edward made his ill-fated journey to the capital that would end not in accession to the throne but in his murder in the Tower of London. Guided walking tours start outside the castle. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
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Ludlow is a market town in Shropshire, England, 28 miles (45 km) south of Shrewsbury and 23 miles (37 km) north of Hereford via the main A49 road, which . The Ludlow Website includes tourist information, events, where to stay, accommodation, restaurant guide and the Ludlow local business directory and much.
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This market town of some 10, souls contains a great variety of eateries and restaurants, with some of the restaurants getting high ratings in restaurant guides. Take a short drive out of Ludlow and you will find many other excellent and highly rated restaurants and pubs.
If you want a high-end fine dining experience, be sure to book well in advance, especially around the festivals as the most popular venues will be booked months ahead. Many of the pubs in and around town serve fresh and locally-produced meals of great and affordable quality.
Ludlow has a long tradition of selling quality local foodstuffs from the regular market that still trades every week of the year in the square, and there's the excellent Ludlow Local Produce Market Farmers Market organised by Local to Ludlow , held on the second and fourth Thursday in the month, that contains only small local food producers. The town has a wide selection of traditional shops offering quality food and drink - Michelin-starred restaurants might grab the foodie headlines, but Ludlow is every bit as proud of its butchers, bakers and traditional food producers.
Three family-owned butchers do brisk business every day, each with their own specialities, but all selling quality produce, including home-cured bacon and home-made sausages, like they used to taste. In season you'll find game and fresh venison from the nearby Mortimer Forest , and all year round you can buy meat from rare breed animals at Wall's.
Pork pies and pasties from Wall's , Griffiths' and Andrew Francis's are beyond compare. Don't forget to try some black pudding and some white pudding while you're at it.
Ludlow's bakers also do a roaring trade. Price's , for instance, in the market square, still uses traditional, slow-rising dough for its breads and usually has speciality loaves on offer; try the dark beer and walnut loaf made with local brewer Hobson's dark beer, Old Henry. Regular market traders who offer a wide range of produce day in, day out complement the fruit and veg shops.
Then, every second and fourth Thursday, there's a Farmers' Market on the square. If it's organic produce you're after, take a trip down to the bottom of Corve Street, where you'll find Myriad Organics. There's a cornucopia of taste experiences awaiting you in Ludlow - whether you'd like some duck or quail eggs to ring the changes, or fancy some home-made cakes and jams from the Ludlow Country Market.
No National Guardsmen was ever prosecuted over the killings, even though sixty-six people had been killed by the time violence ended. This strategic location invested it with national importance in medieval times, and thereafter with the town being the seat of the Council of Wales and the Marches during its existence to Dick Heckstall-Smith — from Ludlow was an English jazz and blues saxophonist. Ludlow Castle. Archived from the original on 12 August Church of St Peter, Stanton Lacy.
And last, by no means least, Ludlow Food Centre , situated in Bromfield just a short drive out of town first won BEST farm shop in the UK and has a huge variety of superb food, much of it fresh from the Earl of Plymouth Estate which surrounds Bromfield and Ludlow.