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Ludlow Ludlow

Description of Ludlow Ludlow

Ludlow has been described by John Betjeman as “…England’s finest town” and by Country Life magazine as “England’s finest market town”. Ludlow has much to offer a visitor but it is not a museum. It is steeped in tradition and history, but it is still very much a working town, a bustling centre of trade that serves a large, natural hinterland. Ludlow boasts around 500 listed buildings. The centre of the town is an amazing concentration of architectural heritage, with buildings from different eras rubbing shoulders with one another. Apart from the diversity of this built environment, Ludlow is also unique in that many of the buildings are in regular, commercial use so you can admire and enjoy them from the inside, as well as from the street. The river Teme is very much part of Ludlow’s history and past prosperity –five weirs, including the unusual and recentlyrestored Horseshoe Weir, produced power for a series of watermills engaged in processing wool from Marches sheep. For lovers of the countryside, Ludlow makes a great base. Surrounded by the hills of Shropshire and North Herefordshire, and lying on the Shropshire Way and Mortimer Trail, Ludlow is ideally placed as a base for walking or cycling. It also has local facilities for sports such as mountain biking, horse riding and canoeing as well as a popular leisure centre. If you stay at Angel House you will be in an ideal location to enjoy all the joys of the area.

Who does Ludlow Ludlow appeals to?

All visitors

Why Visit Ludlow Ludlow?

It has universal appeal

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Ludlow Ludlow

Angel House Bed and Breakfast

"Come away and feel at home". Have a relaxing, recharging break in an area of outstanding natural beauty in south Shropshire. Located on Clee Hill, overlooking Ludlow, surrounded by the beauty of south Shropshire and close to Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Wales relax and indulge with log fires, spectacular views, warm hospitality, and...