The Clive Restaurant; renowned for superb modern British cuisine and awarded two AA rosettes with entries in the Good Food Guide and the Michelin Guide. Emphasis is on the use of fresh locally sourced products. The Clive Bar, with adjoining courtyard provides a comfortable area for enjoying local traditional ales, a wide range of wines by the glass and light snacks.
The Bull Ring,
Variety of meals available in Housman Restaurant. Bar snacks, coffee and afternoon tea in Comus Bar. The Feathers Restaurant, situated in the original heart of the Jacobean building, has been tastefully refurbished. Open to residents and non-residents, the restaurant has been awarded an AA Rosette.
16th Century Inn - on the A4110, 15 mins south west of Ludlow. Fine cuisine, real ales, beautiful riverside spot. Together with 4 Star Accommodation, eat either in a lovely relaxed, informal environment of oak beams, stone, pine tables and a log fire. Service performed with a smile. Or eat outside at lunchtime by the river.
8 Church Street,
A hidden gem approached through a cobbled courtyard between the market square and Saint Lawrence church, this traditional Inn is one of England's ancient public houses. Serving six real ales, good wine and a selection of gins. With good honest homemade food using local suppliers.
Based in a sensitively restored Victorian railway shed, our visitor centre and brewery tap are open to day time visitors throughout the week. Gleaming brewing equipment stretches right up into the old ceilings and we've got a comfortable and informal bar area with our full range of quality beers on offer.Opening Times:Monday - Thursday: 10am - 5pm, Friday: 10am - 6pm, Saturday:10am - 4pm, Sunday: Closed
The Bull Ring,
Timber framed olde worlde pub in the centre of Ludlow. Serving food and several local beers.
Nr Craven Arms,
Family run country pub with restaurant. Variety of home made dishes including local specialities. Brewery producing own real ale.
52 Mill Street,
Town centre pub serving food and a selection of beers and wines.
The Boot Inn,
The Boot Inn welcomes you to taste the best of Ludlow food and ales that Shropshire pubs have to offer. Treat your family to a traditional Shropshire Sunday lunch, or sample our locally sourced seasonal menus.
Friendly traditional local pub at the bottom end of Lower Corve Street. About 10 minutes walk from the town centre. The Bridge offers a wide selction of beers and other drinks. Traditional pub games including pool table, dominoes and darts. TV. Beer garden. Parking available.
14 Corve Street,
For most of the week No 14 is the publishing office of Son of Saxon - publisher of Doghouse and Ludlow Ledger. Once the weekly office duties are concluded (between Thursday and Saturday) the front door is open, whilst the tavern lamp is lit ... transforming an aspect of this home and office into a parlour pub known as The Dog Hangs Well.
Characterful traditional pub on the outskirts of Ludlow. Serving a wide range of real ales. Parking Available.
4 Old Street,
A new venue for Ludlow which opened in December 2015. An existing off-licence, Artisan Ales, have opened up a small room above the shop which acts as a pop-up pub during daytime hours.Opening Times: 12-8 Mon-Sat; 12-6 Sun
113 Lower Galdeford,
Family run pub and restaurant. Charming vaulted ceiling restaurant with views over Ludford. Large enclosed patio style garden. A choice of real ales and a varied menu using locally sourced ingredients.
Film Bar: Film, Food, beers, Wines and CocktailsAbove the The Blue Boar in Mill Street
A modern family friendly pub on the outskirts of Ludlow. Food served all day every day. Beer garden and childrens play area. Ample free parking.
The Unicorn is in the lower part of Corve Street, about 5 minutes walk from the town centre. Attractive timber-framed pub with riverside garden, real ales and food featuring local produce.
Contemporary cafe bar in the centre of historic Ludlow. Ego offers bistro style dining and drinking, high quality food with a wide range of wines and drinks. Open 11am to 10pm, 7 days a week
Lower Broad Street,
Located just through the Broad Gate at the bottom of Broad Street, the Wheatsheaf is a traditional, small olde-worlde pub with a cosy bar and a restaurant serving good pub food.