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This historic 17th-century coaching inn is alive with loyal locals and ramblers who come to sample ales from its adjoining brewery.
Bishop's Castle's finest watering hole is attached to the tiny Three Tuns Brewery (www.three tunsbrewery.co.uk), which has been rolling barrels of nut-brown ale across the courtyard since 1642...
Tucked off Wyle Cop, this seriously overhanging black-and-white beauty was built in the early 15th century and is where Henry VII stayed before the Battle of Bosworth...
View mainstream and art-house movies in a charming Elizabethan setting.
The quintessential creaky Tudor alehouse, with a jolly publican, mellow regulars and hops hanging from the 15th-century beamed ceiling.
With its traditional charms and 17th-century architecture, Loggerheads has a crop of small, cosy corners including the Poet's Room hung with portraits of Samuel Beckett, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, and other luminar...
Overlooking the market square, Ludlow Assembly Rooms double as the town cinema.
Up an inconspicuous laneway, the Ludlow Brewing Company produces award-winning brews and sells directly from the brewery and its airy, postindustrial-style bar...
Despite being a modern creation, the Armoury feels like it has been here for generations. It's cavernous, with long wooden tables, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, assorted collectibles and the aromas of fine cooking.
This much-acclaimed and expansive new riverside theatre and music venue hosts everything from pop gigs and comedy nights to plays and classical concerts.
The hop-strewn Church Inn is a cosy little escape with a pulpit at the bar. It's tucked away on the narrow lane beside the old butter market.
Under the medieval Broadgate, the quiet little Wheatsheaf Inn has a good choice of local ales.
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