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- Bed & Breakfast in Ludlow, Shropshire -
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23rd February - 31st December
21st March - 21st December
01st October - 21st December
28th November 2017, guest from .:
"We were very well looked after in very comfortable surroundings,good food and beautiful views.We will definitely return."
"Ideal location for visiting Ludlow and other smaller towns and villages.Plenty of choice for eating out in Ludlow and Cleobury Mortimer and surrounding area ,we had a great evening meal at the Plough at Far Forest ."
11th March 2018, guest from Penyffordd:
"Wonderful warm welcome with homemade chocolate cake and choc chip cookies.
Beautiful comfy bedroom with various teas and caffetierre coffee and fresh milk (a big bonus). Great “rainforest” shower in the underfloor heated bathroom.
The breakfasts were amazing. Delicious local produce and eggs straight from the family’s chickens. Very high quality cooking.
I recommend the Graig very highly.
"We mostly spent our days in Ludlow which we love. We had meals at the Rose and Crown - our hosts gave us directions - lovely pub meals. Very generous portions.
We also went to a Thai restaurant in Ludlow. Very artistically served tasty food. Again extremely generous portions.
Our last lunch was at the Aragon cafe/restaurant which has a very extensive menu. We had fish, chips and peas and the cod was especially delicious.
The castle is very interesting and inexpensive to look around. There is a lovely coffee shop too.
The market is interesting with different stalls each day.
We were given a very warm welcome by Lorraine and Katy, and were made to feel ‘at home’ straight away. The cup of tea with a slice of delicious home made chocolate cake and home made choc biscuits (gluten free) were so welcomed after our journey, and gave us an opportunity to chat and learn about the local area.
Our room (1) was outstanding. Very comfortable bed, lovely view of the garden, en suite shower room/toilet with radiator and heated floor (luxury!) Tea and coffee making in the room, with fresh milk available from the fridge in the breakfast room. Flat screen television and two arm chairs.
Now breakfast: what a treat - choices of cereals and home made compote (warm and delicious) and good choices of cooked breakfast including fresh eggs from the hens in the garden.
Our stay was fabulous and we highly recommend The Graig and would like to visit again.
Tips for other travellers
There are many places of interest in Ludlow and this information is available from The Graig. We went to the Unicorn pub (less than 10 minutes drive) which had a very good menu for evening meals and the landlord was very pleasant and helpful. The pub is an interesting old building and the atmosphere inside is vibrant.
It’s always great to find a place to stay of this calibre and whilst I am never one to generally follow up with a review (good or bad), I must give the credit deserved here. No specifics necessary as everything was good. I stayed in room 1 and I hope that either business brings me back to stay or pleasure probably will.
18th July 2017, guest from Welshpool:
"The nicest B&B I have stayed in. 5 star facilities and set in beautiful gardens."
"Lovely food at the Church Inn at the Buttercross. If you want a taxi back to B&B book early!"
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