Ludford Lodge stands on the steep banks of the river Teme facing the town across the Medieval Ludford Bridge. Often praised as one of England's architectural gems, Ludlow is well worth visiting to view the blend of elegant Georgian townhouses, its black and white buildings, the ruined castle and St Laurence's parish church. There are over 500 listed buildings in Ludlow, one of England's most attractive towns.
Two lounges, T.V., dining room, self-catering kitchen, showers and drying room.
|Meals||Yes, 19.00 hrs|
|Parking||Very limited. Free parking 1/4m - ask Warden|
From town centre come down Broad Street and across Ludford Bridge. Hostel on left on bank of river.
Ordnance Survey Sheet/Grid Ref: 137/513741
First Midland Red/Go Whittle 192, 292 Birmingham - Hereford to within 1/4m; (Tel: 0345 056785).
Nearest Other Hostels
Wilderhope Manor 15m, Clun Mill 18m, Shrewsbury 28m.
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