Thai restaurant situated just off Market Square, with a relaxed al fresco bar at the back of the historic building. Also host regular music nights.
When an Indian is on the cards we’ll usually head to this restaurant on Broad Street.
Ludlows’ main church is one the best medieval churches in the country and the first thing that many visitors will see when they approach the town. Great views can be seen by climbing the church tower. When the young Prince Arthur died in 1502 his heart was supposedly buried in the church. A small plaque commemorates this.
This tiny museum in above the Buttercross is full of interesting local artefacts and information, as well as affording a great view down Broad Street, one of Ludlows’ most famous streets.
Situated in Quality Square, this is the best Pizza restaurant in Ludlow in our humble opinion. They have 10 different artisan Pizzas as well as a variety of other mains for those not taken by the round italian icon. A very popular spot so best to book we’ll in advance.
10 Broad Street
This fantastic little cafe and deli is based on the on the traditional ‘bàcari’ bars of Venice. Chicetti are small snacks or side dishes similar to tapas. Specialties include Turkish eggs and anchovies on toast. One of Ludlows’ best kept secrets.
Blue Boar, 52 Mill Street
A great dog friendly pub on Mill Street, just down from the Market Square. Good value lunches and great atmosphere. Good selection of beers including Hobsons and Wye Valley. Regular events are held in the quirky Sitting Room above the pub.