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Old Downton Lodge
Reviewed on 21 Sep 2020
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Reviewed on 15 Oct 2020
The Cliffe at Dinham
Reviewed on 11 Oct 2020
This little Shropshire market down, just a stone's throw from the Welsh border, lies along the banks of the River Teme. The English poet, John Betjeman, once described it as "the loveliest town in England", and few can disagree. A marvellous jumble of cobbled streets lined with more than 500 listed properties, ranging from half-timbered Tudor buildings to fine red-brick Georgian houses and the ruins of a Norman castle, make visitors feel like they've stepped back in time. If you score one of the Ludlow bed and breakfasts at the right time, you can immerse yourself in the packed calendar of town festivals, like the annual food event and the Medieval Christmas Fair. Alternatively, you can dive into one of the restaurants to feast on dishes made from local and seasonal produce.
Wake up to views over the historical landmarks at your B&B, Ludlow
Ludlow bed and breakfasts come in all shapes and sizes, but they're typically a little more upmarket than your average B&B. It doesn't matter whether you're coming on a budget break or a romantic little weekend getaway, you'll always find the right thing when you search through the listings on Expedia. All you need to do is plug in your dates, location and budget, scan through the detailed descriptions and photos, then book in just a few clicks to receive your instant confirmation. Arranging your travels couldn't be simpler. Some are traditional family-run B&Bs occupying properties in the leafy Victorian terraced streets. Others add a pinch of luxury to the proceedings, with fine antique furnishings and tasteful decor, housed in magnificent Georgian houses. Ludlow is small and if you can forfeit the convenience of staying in the centre, you could opt for one of the pretty cottages or country manor houses just outside the town. Whatever your choice, you'll always be assured of a comfortable stay when you book through Expedia.
Guestrooms usually come equipped with everything you might imagine, from a kettle for making tea and coffee to a flat-screen TV on the wall. Some might have ensuite bathrooms stocked with toiletries and fluffy towels, while others will have spacious shared family bathrooms with a shower unit and roll-top tub. If you pick right on Expedia, you could have a guestroom that looks out over the river, Ludlow's historical monuments or the rolling Shropshire countryside. You'll also find specific features, like free parking for your car or family-sized bedrooms, should you want to bring the kids. As day breaks, the owners will be busy downstairs fixing up a hearty breakfast, with things like full English fry-ups or lighter bites like warm croissants, washed down with juices and fresh pots of coffee, the perfect way to set yourself up for the day. Want a different break? Try a night in the urban playground of Birmingham.
Rambling castle ruins, ancient churches and history museums near your B&B, Ludlow
The town has much to offer those who come to stay at Ludlow bed and breakfasts. Even just walking through the historic town throws up a treasure trove of architectural gems, like Saint Laurence's Church, whose 135-foot-high tower dominates Ludlow's skyline. A good starting point is Ludlow Castle, built just shy of 1,000 years ago, in the Middle Ages. History buffs shouldn't miss the Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross, which tells the story of the region's past, while those looking to escape the bustle of the town centre should make a beeline for Ludlow Millennium Green, by the river. Alternatively, catch one of the football matches at Ludlow Stadium. If you're looking for the great outdoors, you'll find the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just north of the town – lace up your boots and go walking along the spectacular footpaths.
- Score a room in the centre of Ludlow without the high price tag
- Wake up in a guestroom steeped in centuries of history
- Get to know Ludlow like an insider, with the B&B owners' knowledge
- Enjoy a full English breakfast every morning