Ludlow, in South Shropshire, has been labelled, ‘England’s finest market town’ and you will see why.

Nestling as it does in this glorious Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and sitting on the banks of the beautiful River Teme, 
this gem of a town belies its turbulent historical past.  Ludlow Castle has witnessed many significant periods of turbulence, 
from its role of protecting the Marches rom attacks from Wales, to housing the young ‘Princes in the Tower’, to witnessing
 the death of Henry Vll’s son and heir, Prince Arthur,  making way for Henry VIII.  It developed into a fashionable Georgian social 
centre and there are many fine Georgian buildings.   

  Now it is a bustling and lively market town with a wealth of unique, independent shops and eating places.  A must-see on any visit to Shropshire.

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