Pubs, Inns & Bars in Ludlow
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The Cliffe at Dinham
The Cliffe at Dinham

Halton Lane,
Ludlow

The Cliffe at Dinham is 10 minutes walk from Ludlow Town, just alongside Ludlow Castle and the River Teme. Set in it's own grounds with car parking and surrounding views of South Shropshire countryside. The Cliffe has just been completely re-furbished on the ground floor to provide areas, The Terrace Room or The Orangerie where food is served everyday lunch & dinner. A modern British menu with flavours of the Mediterranean, complimented by a well-stocked wine cellar and good range of local beers and ciders.
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Baron at Bucknell
Baron at Bucknell

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Bucknell

Set in the pretty village of Bucknell with stunning views of Shropshire hills and just 20 minutes from Ludlow. With succulent food, real ales, a log fire, charming restaurant, luxury en-suite bedrooms and the warmest welcome in Shropshire, this inn is very special. Breakfast award. Walkers and cyclists welcome. Tripadvisor 'Service Excellence' 2015 Winner.
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Church Inn
Church Inn

Buttercross, King Street,
Ludlow

Nestled in the centre of the idyllic Shropshire town, Ludlow, the Grade II listed building harbours the warmth and character one would expect from what was originally an 14th Century house. Hand-picked ales are a highlight, and are proudly sourced from local breweries within Shropshire itself, and also from the neighbouring West Midlands.
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Clive Bar & Restaurant
Clive Bar & Restaurant

Bromfield,
Ludlow

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.
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Feathers Hotel
Feathers Hotel

The Bull Ring,
Ludlow

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.
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The Charlton Arms
The Charlton Arms

Ludford Bridge,
Ludlow

Located on the iconic Ludford Bridge, The Charlton Arms offers panoramic views of the River Teme and surrounding area. Real Ales, Fantastic Food and a Warm Welcome await you at The Charlton Arms. Independently owned and family run, we offer something for everyone. Well behaved dogs and children especially welcome!
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Riverside Inn & Restaurant
Riverside Inn & Restaurant

Aymestry,
Leominster

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.
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Ludlow Brewing Company
Ludlow Brewing Company

Station Drive,
Ludlow

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.
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Rose & Crown
Rose & Crown

Church Street,
Ludlow

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.
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The Blue Boar
The Blue Boar

52 Mill Street,
Ludlow

Town centre pub serving food and a selection of beers and wines.
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The Bridge Inn
The Bridge Inn

Lower Corve Street,
Ludlow

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.
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The Bull Hotel
The Bull Hotel

14 The Bullring,
Ludlow

Situated in the historic town of Ludlow the Grade II listed building has been described as "the best surviving medieval inn in Ludlow" a stones throw from historic Ludlow Castle as well as the Market. We offer a large bar area, comfortable lounge as well as a recently refurbished restaurant & accommodation.
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The Compasses
The Compasses

1 Corve Street,
Ludlow

The Compasses is situated just off the main high street in the delightful market town of Ludlow. During the week, it's very much a locals' pub, with two rooms where everyone knows everyone - the main room located on the ground floor and then the upstairs pool room with a separate bar that opens on weekends. We have two SKY boxes, so we are able to show two games, plus any matches showing on Freeview.
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The Dog Hangs Well
The Dog Hangs Well

14 Corve Street,
Ludlow

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.
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The Globe Inn
The Globe Inn

3 Market Street,
Ludlow

The Globe is a popular town centre watering hole. Serving local beers. Thai food from the adjoining Chang Thai Resturant can be served in the Bar. Kitchen closed Monday lunchtime. Large beer garden and outside terrace.
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The Nelson
The Nelson

Rocks Green,
Ludlow

Characterful traditional pub on the outskirts of Ludlow. Serving a wide range of real ales. Parking Available.
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The Old Tap Room
The Old Tap Room

4 Old Street,
Ludlow

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
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The Queens
The Queens

113 Lower Galdeford,
Ludlow

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.
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The Sitting Room
The Sitting Room

Mill Street,
Ludlow

Film Bar: Film, Food, beers, Wines and Cocktails
Above the The Blue Boar in Mill Street
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The Square
The Square

Quality Square,
Ludlow

The Square is nestled in the pretty cobbled courtyard of Quality Square. Once an old bakery, this lovely brick building now bakes more than bread. Using all locally sourced products where possible we now provide dishes for brunch, lunch and dinner.

Listen to jazz and gaze at old film stars whilst enjoying great food, maybe even try a cocktail or two!
Live jazz every Saturday night from 7.30-10.30pm.
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The Squirrel
The Squirrel

Foldgate Lane,
Ludlow

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.
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The Unicorn Inn
The Unicorn Inn

Corve Street,
Ludlow

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.
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Wheatsheaf Inn
Wheatsheaf Inn

Lower Broad Street,
Ludlow

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.
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Ye Olde Bull Ring Tavern
Ye Olde Bull Ring Tavern

The Bull Ring,
Ludlow

Colin and the team welcome you to The Tavern. Built in the 14th century with history dating back as far as 1365, our popular venue received a complete makeover in 2012 but still retains much of its historic feel.

We aim to deliver a relaxed atmosphere, flavour packed food, and truly enjoyable drinks. We open early and close late, from coffee to cocktails our bar has something for everyone; an exciting and accessible wine list, a full range of premium spirits, world renowned Lavazza coffee, and a whole lot more.
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Sun Inn, Corfton
Sun Inn, Corfton

Corfton,
Craven Arms

Family run country pub with restaurant. Variety of home made dishes including local specialities. Brewery producing own real ale.
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Waterdine Inn and Restaurant, The
Waterdine Inn and Restaurant, The

Llanfairwaterdine,
Knighton

16th century Drovers Inn. Picturesque and tranquil setting by the River Teme. Modern English cuisine (classical undertones!) prepared by patron/masterchef Ken Adams. Full of charm and character the inn offers accommodation.
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