Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Ludlow at Christmas Part 1

flower shop Ludlow
A beautiful town, rich in history and so pretty at Christmas time with its quaint shops and wonderful food. We drank mulled wine and took in the beautiful buildings.
Book binders shop The Bindery shop with its beautiful hand bound notebooks and gift shops to explore.Ludlow gift shop Feathers Hotel Ludlow Feathers Hotel Ludlow The Feathers Hotel is magnificent, Jacobean style and built in 1619 by Rees Jones, who was an attorney from Pembrokeshire who had come to Ludlow. The name Feathers came from the motifs of ostrich feathers found on the building. A well known ghost hunters experience with a host of spectres and a notorious spell of paranormal events reported in the 1860's that would scare the bravest.Timber exterior Faethers Hotel Ludlow Ludlow Deli on the Square  Plenty of delicatessens to buy cheese, olives and lots of gorgeous food from. Two boys playing music in Ludlow Square old window Ludlow Medieval photo P1000009_zps09f82b3d.jpg So much character here. Medieval people, street entertainment and quirky side streets.Jungle Coffee and Tea Ludlow happy Ludlow Market  Bustling streets and more treats!candy floss stall Ludlow Green Grocers Fruit and vegetables arranged perfectly. Who could resist the chestnuts!?Ludow Cheese shop sweet chestnuts Castle Gardens Ludlow Under the walls of Ludlow castle is a small park to walk through. A picture perfect Christmas town. I took far too many pictures and will share the rest later this week. In the meantime Happy Christmas everyone xxx
Castle Gardens Fountain star window berry door wreath Christmas Tree


laura said...

Beautiful! It would take me a full year to see everything I want to see in your country! Happy Holidays!

Happy Homebird said...

Thank you. Happy Holidays to you too.

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