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The Wheatsheaf Inn
Lower Broad Street
Ludlow
SY8 1PQ
Shropshire.
01584 872980
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The Wheatsheaf Inn  

Situated on the A49 in the heart of Shropshire, this pub was built in 1668 and licensed as a pub in 1753. It is virtually built into the town wall and is in one of the finest streets in England. The bar is straight off the street and has a wealth of timbers and exposed stone walls. There are two beamed fireplaces which burn all winter. Not really suitable for wheelchairs. Toilet entrance was at the end of the bar. Beers on at the time were Worthington Cream and Bass. Not a great choice, but well kept. Food is served here and the evening meal was excellent with a wide range to suit all tastes. Plentiful and well served with little delay. Examples are Steak and chips, Duck a la Orange and various chicken and fish dishes. Vegetarian choices are about the same price. A non-smoking restaurant is also available. Food was served 12-2pm and 6.30-9.30pm. There is accommodation here, all en-suite, but not a lot of space. The beds were comfortable and there was plenty of hot water. All the rooms have a TV. Room prices vary, regular patrons at ?35 per night, per room including breakfast for two. Could be dear during the Ludlow Festival. Rating. Best thing about the pub is it's situation, right in town, with warm and good food. The worst is street parking. This pub is something special.


 

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