Ludlow "The Perfect Historic Town"
Ludlow Castle & Dinham Bridge

A Town Full of History

A walk through Ludlow's main streets and quiet lanes is to walk through over 900 years of history. 

Ludlow's History
Broad Steet, Ludlow

Ludlow Castle

The construction of the Ludlow Castle started around 1085, with many later additions in the following two centuries. It is one of the most interesting castles in the Marches, in a dominant and imposing position high above the river Teme.

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The Inner Bailey, Ludlow Castle
Broadgate, Ludlow
The Buttercross, Ludlow

Shropshire Hills

Situated on the edge of The Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Ludlow is the perfect base to explore this glorious area.

Things To Do near Ludlow
High Vinnalls, near Ludlow

Enjoy the View

With many beautiful buildings and fantastic views, Ludlow is a great place for a stroll.

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Ludlow viewed from Whitcliffe
Market Steet, Ludlow


The Old Granary, Elton - Self-catering

The Old Granary, Elton

The Old Granary, Elton

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Private ParkingTelevision in all roomsEvening MealLicensed establishmentDogs accepted by arrangementAccommodation maybe suitable for disabledCredit Cards acceptedWiFi or Internet Access Available
Petchfield, Elton
Tel:01568 770654

Prices from: 560.00 to: 1,015.00
Sleeps Max: 7

The Old Granary is a recently converted traditional 17th century stone granary building with four bedrooms, providing flexible accommodation for up to seven people. It is set in the tiny hamlet of Elton, a ten-minute drive from Ludlow, through the beautiful Mortimer Forest. Surrounded by hills and stunning countryside, this exceptionally quiet and peaceful hideaway has many original features. These are complemented by modern touches, making it light, airy and spacious with a contemporary feel. There is a network of footpaths and quiet lanes from the property, with maps and information provided to help you plan your routes.
Six miles away, through the beautiful Mortimer Forest, is the historic fortress town of Ludlow with its castle, riverside walks, and traditional market. Ludlow is renowned for its annual festivals, fine butchers, specialist shops and restaurants.

Three miles away is the village of Wigmore with its ancient castle ruins, village shop and pub/restaurant with highly rated food. The ancient cathedral city of Hereford is 25 miles away and a host of natural and historic attractions are within easy reach.

Sorry, no smoking and no pets.

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