LUDLOW

The Peacock Inn is located just 10 miles from Ludlow, described by John Betjeman as "The most perfect town in England". Ludlow's medieval street pattern survives almost intact, along with many ancient properties including the magnificent ruined Norman castle, St Laurences Parish Church (one of the largest in England), the Reader's House, the Buttercross and the Broadgate. The towns streets are lined with over 900 listed medieval and Georgian buildings – not to mention its fascinating shops selling antiques, locally produced foods and a myriad of other specialist goods.

Ludlow lends itself to gentle strolls: Choose to walk along Ludlow’s historic streets and appreciate the town’s architecture, or go down to the rivers (you have a choice of two – the Teme and The Corve) to follow their meanders and see the Town from a totally different perspective.

Visit The Peacock Inn and discover all that Shropshire has to offer:

"" Historic Marches
"" Walking
"" Tourist
The Peacock Inn _Ludlow