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The Weather in Ludlow
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 1°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Stay in lovely holiday cottages in serene Ludlow, England
Located just a few miles from the Welsh border, Ludlow is the perfect spot to find some peace and quiet in a traditional cottage or a converted barn home and experience rural British life. Discover the culinary and cultural heritage of Shropshire, the county of birth of Charles Darwin.
Great British gastronomy
Despite being small, Ludlow is an excellent place for tasting the often underappreciated range of British specialities, such as steak and kidney pie. Try the Church Inn which dates back to the 1400s for a real taste of tradition. .
For international fare, try the French Pantry in the centre of town, which boasts an impressive wine list. For an atmospheric snack, head to the Castle Tea Room, which serves home-cooked, local food.
English history and culture in the pretty town of Ludlow
Ludlow is surprisingly full of history, making it a great destination to explore at a leisurely pace on foot. Highlights include the 13th c. Stokesay Castle, a medieval manor house with a tower offering beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.
Ludlow Museum gives insight into the local culture of this bustling market town. Hands-on and multimedia exhibits make it a fun place to visit with the family. The museum is located right in the centre of the town.
Exploring the county of Shropshire during your visit
Ludlow makes an excellent place to set up base and enjoy British country life, while also exploring the bigger surrounding towns. Shrewsbury is the county town, and also has the distinction of being the birthplace of Charles Darwin.
The ‘Darwin Town Trail’ allows visitors to explore some of the main sites of the city that have remained unchanged since Darwin's childhood.
The town of Bridgnorth was another of Darwin's favourites places because of its excellent views over the local countryside. Indeed, he declared it has “the finest view in all my Kingdom".
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