Described as the ‘loveliest town in England’, by Sir John Betjeman, Ludlow is a quaint market town with a lovely history. These days, it serves as the meeting point for people who want to shop or just see the beautiful countryside.
Exquisite and comfortable stay
For those who seek an accommodation, there are many lovely options by way of picturesque Ludlow holiday cottages and boarding houses. These provide cosy and comfortable accommodation for the duration of your stay in Ludlow. You have the museum, the church, and more among the many places to see here. You can explore the surrounding areas and relax in the ambient atmosphere of a delightful stay.
Places of interest
The grand Church of St. Lawrence in Shropshire that existed throughout the Middle Ages is a wool church and one of the most important landmarks. It is the largest parish church in the region. The popular choice of accommodation is the twin room. This consists of two beds in each room. It has an en-suite bathroom along with the complementary toiletries and fresh towels. You have twin beds, bedside cabinets, and reading lights. You also have a wardrobe. If you are single, you can check with the management for single occupancy.
In 2007, Ludlow won The Great Town Award (UK & Ireland). It used to host the Ludlow festival in the 1960s but subsequently abandoned it due to financial constraints. In the past, it had three Michelin-starred establishments and eight AA Rosette starred restaurants. Gone are the days of glory but the atmosphere still remains. Next in the line of accommodation are the L-shaped rooms. These have two beds around a spacious shower room. The beds in this room are single beds. The bathrooms have shaver points, toilet, shower, basin, fresh towels, and complementary toiletries.
Interesting events of Ludlow
The annual Marches Festival of Food & Drink takes place in September in Ludlow. It is a small food producers’ paradise and is famed for its “Sausage Trail”. For those people who travel as a family, the best choice of accommodation is the Family Room. This accommodates four people. You have one double bed and one bunk bed. It has beside cabinets, chest of drawers, reading lamps, and a wardrobe.
Being an art and cinema centre, Ludlow has been producing contemporary -styled Shakespeare since 2003. The Ludlow Assembly Room is the centre point of focus for those who are inclined to fine arts and the theatre. For those who travel alone, there is the Accessible Room. This is a single accommodation room with an en-suite wet room. It has a single bed, wardrobe with hanging rail, and a bedside cabinet. It also has an emergency call system that connects to the adjacent room so you can call a career.
From 8 AM in the morning, the café is open. Here you can have your breakfast and depart to see the countryside. If you need lunch and dinner, you must ask the service provider for them. It is a lovely way to see Ludlum and the tradition grows. If you are planning to travel through Ludlow, be sure to stay at these lovely cottages.