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ROOMS & SHOPS

Castle Kitchen

We are open from 9am to 4pm 7 days a week

Where-ever possible ingredients are locally sourced giving a true taste of the bounty of Shropshire and its bordering counties.

All food is freshly prepared and cooked to order; waiting times may vary depending on your choices.

Specific dietary requirements can be catered for and if you are sensitive or intolerant to allergens please speak to a member of staff before you order.

Gift vouchers are available upon request.
Call for more details 01584 878796 or email: info@castle.kitchen for details

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Castle Gift Shop

The shop has a range of gifts from Ludlow Castle Souvenirs to Farout Carpets and Textiles owned by the Current Earl of Powis

The renowned Hall of Names Surname Meanings & History – Have your authentic coats of arms printed onto parchment scrolls which can even be framed.

A great range of wooden medieval weapons for Kids, Papo medieval toys and armour

Charles & Diana from Ludlow Books have a great choice of local books, history books and novels

Castle Gallery have a display of some of their larger items on the first floor

A model of the Castle showing how it may have looked in Medieval times is on the ground floor to help fire your imagination

You can buy several products over the phone if you decide you want something once you have gone home. We will charge the postage and ensure it gets to you safely

Call for more details 01584 873355 or email info@ludlowcastle.com

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Castle Gallery

Find them through the glass doors on the left just inside the main gates.

Quality, affordable picture framing, original objects and photography, one off localy made objects, ceramics, glass, wood, garden sculptures, bird boxes, Dali clocks and kiondo bags

Larger pieces can also be found on the first floor of the Castle Gift Shop

Call for more details 01584 878527or email info@ludlowcastlegallery.co.uk

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