Local Attractions & Activities

Ludlow

The gastronomic delights of Ludlow are just 5 miles away. Ludlow is a stunning medieval town perched on a hill above the River Teme known for its diverse selection of restaurants, regular markets and festivals. More information

Ludlow Castle

Markets – Award winning market every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday all year round. 
Shopping – Ludlow is packed with gorgeous independent shops and within an hour, Hereford, Worcester or Shrewsbury offer a wider selection too.

Other market towns - see below


Food
Ludlow Food Centre is situated just outside the town and specialises in local and seasonal food. It also has a great cafe, garden centre and post office. Well worth a visit.

Local restaurants – Ludlow is exceptional in the quality and diversity of its restaurants. Whether you are after Michelin-starred excellence in the form of Mr Underhill's, a cosy French bistro (the French Pantry) or a relaxed pizza (Pizza Ten) to name a very few out of a large choice

Festivals
Ludlow and its surrounding area boast many festivals. The biggest and most well known is the Food Festival in September, but there is also the spring festival for beer, sausages and vintage cars and the medieval Christmas Fayre all within the walls of the castle. The Ludlow fringe festival sees live music played around the town. 
Tenbury has an apple festival in early autumn and its famous mistletoe festival too

The Great Outdoors
Walks – The impressive Shropshire Way is just yards from our front door. On the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty we have spectacular walks on the doorstep with Titterstone Clee hill just above us. A short drive away are the wilds of Brown Clee hill, the Long Mynd and the Carding Mill Valley.
Go Ape – Try monkeying around swinging through the trees of the Wyre Forest
Cycling – Fantastic and challenging mountain biking trails close by at Mortimer Forest, Bringewood and Hopton wood as well as the Welsh mountains.


Family Outings
Croft Castle

Berrington Hall

...see National Trust & English Heritage for more
West Midland Safari Park 

Museums – whether you fancy trying your hand on a Victorian farm at Acton Scott or visiting the World Heritage site of the Iron Bridge Gorge where the industrial revolution began there is plenty to keep mind and body busy. 

Other Nearby Towns
Medieval Shrewsbury (45 mins)

Famous Hereford (45 mins) with its beautiful cathedral housing the Mappa Mundi

Historic Worcester (55 mins)