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The Wheatsheaf Inn, Ludlow - pub details

Address: Lower Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1PQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38057) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Ludlow (0.5 miles)

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Totally agree with Steamer1's comments below. Probably the most picturesque of all Ludlow pubs, and I really enjoyed sitting out front admiring the view down to Ludford Bridge, but why oh why such a poor beer choice... The place was empty on an October Sat afternoon when it should have been busy... Just Marstons Pedigree and Jennings Cocker Hoop to choose from. I like Cocker Hoop, but Marstons should let the licensee arrange at least one guest (maybe from a local micro brewery).
Barrow_Beer_Hunter - 13 Oct 2014 13:48
Gorgeous pub let down by the very average range of beers available from the Marstons range. Beers from Jennings, and two from Marstons, all similar styles and strengths. We went then the Church Inn which had many different styles and gravities on offer and was packed. It's not rocket science Marstons. Instead of closing 200 pubs perhaps if you let the publicans sell a decent range of beers you wouldn't have to. Shame, lovely historic inn that deserves better. By the way the first pint (Marstons EPA) was undrinkable.
Steamer1 - 8 Feb 2014 21:53
Nice place. Marstons ales. Was very quiet when I visited. Seems to do good food at reasonable prices. Worth popping into.
dpaajones - 6 Jan 2014 18:58
Visited for Sunday lunch, a good value carvery. Quite small inside, more like a country inn than a town pub. Only two ale Cocker Hoop or Marstons Best (a decent well kept pint). Brilliant landlady, a real character! Nice place.
hopster69 - 27 Oct 2013 15:06
Has more of a restaurant than a pub feel. Ironic, therefore, that the Jennings was of a much higher standard than the food, which was edible but bland. Very busy, however, so perhaps we were just unlucky. Not a fan of Lionel Richie (the owner seems to be a fervent admirer and his picture festoons the bar) so didn't stay all night long.
Kenny260556 - 3 May 2013 21:48

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