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Summary

“Hurrah! Ludlow finally has a pub worth eating in!” – a new gastroboozer-with-rooms from Cedric Bosi (sibling to Claude of Hibiscus and soon-to-be Bibendum fame). The cooking “goes from strength to strength”, and a “superb location overlooking the river” lends it “far and away the best view” in town.

£47
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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

A gastroboozer-with-rooms with a “fab setting right on the river”, where the food is “now excellent after new owners (Cedric Bosi, brother of Claude of Hibiscus fame) took it over”; reports are still few, but fans say it’s “well worth a visit”.

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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Have you eaten at The Charlton Arms, Charlton Arms Hotel?

Owner's description

Real Ales, Fantastic Food and a Warm Welcome await you at The Charlton Arms. Independently owned and family run, we offer something for everyone. Whether returning from a muddy walk through Whitcliffe common or organising a special romantic supper, you will find exactly what you are looking for with us. Well behaved dogs and children especially welcome!

We carry a wide selection of local draft Ales and a small, carefully designed and eclectic wine list.

Our menu of modern british and pub classics feature the best seasonal produce available at the time.  We carry great pride in sourcing all our meat in the counties within the Marches.

Ludford Bridge, Ludlow, SY8 1PJ
Opening hours

Monday to Sunday Lunch: 12pm till 3.00pm Monday to Saturday Dinner: 6 pm till 9.30pm Sunday Dinner: 6pm - 8.30pm

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