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Having left Birmingham first thing Saturday morning, we cycled around Ludlow wondering which pub to try as we needed to replenish our energy. Due to being dressed in cycling gear and being a little "fragrant" we were cautious. I went into the Wheatsheaf and asked...More
The staff are very nice. The 17th-century pub is by the old prison and last surviving gate into Ludlow. You can easily stroll to all the sites in Ludlow. The rooms and bed are very clean and comfortable. The pub food is excellent and breakfast...More
Stayed for the night in the family room. It was lovely and clean and had everything we needed but was a bit dark and the little window looked onto the bin yard. The big boiler was in our bathroom, you could hear it all night...More
Disappinting Sunday lunch experience at the pub, booked for 2.00pm. Shown to a unlaid table.Orders taken after 15 minutes.Table remained unlaid....why,we are there to eat.After a further 15/20 mins I asked for our utensils as the food was arriving.Vegetables left to add to our plates..no...More
Stayed here for a night. Rooms comfortable and despite being above a bar were nice and quiet which was a bonus. The evening meals were delicious and reasonably priced. Would stay here again if in the area.
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US$102 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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