We love Ludlow
YOU love Ludlow!
We'd like to share your stories about the wonderful ways you feel connected to Ludlow. Is Ludlow the place where you found your heart's desire ... tied the knot ... or made life-long friends ...
After reading an article by Simon Hoggart extolling the virtues of Shropshire generally we were reminded of a long-remembered article about Ludlow and 'slow food'.
So, we decided to check it out for ourselves. We loved it so much, that a year later we've bought a house and plan to move from Devon to lovely Ludlow!
We love... The individual shops, the markets, the clean streets, the beautiful countryside just waiting to be explored, relatively quiet, traffic free roads (unlike Devon!) helpful, friendly people, the wonderful cafes, food and beer....and, and, and....
Wendy and Steve from Devon
Yes, I know, we only spent 24 hours in the town but how we loved it.
Easy parking in town, clean toilets, lovely shops, wonderful atmosphere, loads of history - all things that make a stay memorable for us.
We enjoyed meeting Floyd, the chef, another friendly couple, and of course the super Town Clerk!
Our famous pies were great and lunch the next day in The Olive Branch was delicious!
Ludlow: - you're doing it right...thank you! We'll be back! Angie & Phil from the Forest of Dean.
Ken & Jane Thomas (picured left) have a special connection to Ludlow. They recently returned to Ludlow for their Sapphire wedding anniversary - celebrating 45 years of married life together.
Back in 1965, they spent their honeymoon at The Angel Hotel in Broad Street, and had hoped to stay there once again, but sadly it is no longer a hotel. However, they still enjoyed a lovely stay in the heart of Ludlow and were able tell their romantic story while dining at The Church Inn.
This lovely couple (pictured right) have been together 40 years and spent the first night of their married life at Onny Cottage
They said 'Ludlow Is very special to us'
Elizabeth & Peter Jordon (pictured left in St Laurence's Church Ludlow) choose Ludlow to celebrate their 40th Wedding Anniversary.
They stayed at the Feathers Hotel, Corve Street and were delighted to witness the Civic splender of Mayor's Sunday at St Laurence's Church followed by the events of the Conservation Weekend.