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Hotels in Ludlow

Dinham Hall
By The Castle
Ludlow
Shropshire

SY8 1EJ | View map
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Tall, square, solid and stylish Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand late 18th century family home.
Furnished with beautiful, period antiques the house is now presented as an elegant 13 Bedroom Hotel and award-winning Restaurant. Also available are Private Meeting Rooms and Lawn for Spacious Marquee.

This Georgian mansion stands prestigiously in the centre of Ludlow opposite the impressive Mediaeval Castle; an enviable location with splendid views of the Castle ramparts, Whitcliffe Common, The Teme river valley and the historical town rooftops.

This gem of an hotel provides guests with ready access to the town's broad streets, narrow lanes, graceful buildings and mellow beauty.

Restful lounges warmed by open fires in winter and pretty terraces with water features perfect for Al Fresco dining in summer.

Ludlow Town offers the discerning visitor an eclectic mix of quaint shops - boutiques, tearooms and gift emporiums not forgetting the world famous butchers and purveyors of Fresh Produce.

Regular Antique, Craft, Book, Green and Garden Markets held throughout the year. Free onsite Car-parking. One Ground Floor Bedroom Suite.

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Nearest Train Station: Ludlow
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Black Stars
2 Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: Dean Banner
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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Open All Year
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Sample Menu:

Gazpacho served with tapenade and goats cheese

Seared organic salmon with scallops on pea puree with tapenade and pancetta

Crispy duck confit
on red cabbage with baked fig and chicory

Grilled fillet of black bream
on saffron risotto with chargrilled baby fennel
and roast red pepper and cardamom coulis


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Chargrilled fillet of beef
on cauliflower puree with sautéed wild mushrooms and a
Rosemary and Madeira jus

Roast rump of lamb
on fondant potato with aubergine caviar crispy sweet breads and a red wine and thyme jus

Wild sea bass
with cherry tomatoes, baby fennel, chorizo sausage and sautéed new potatoes
with an olive and caper salsa and a roast red pepper coulis

Pan fried fillet of Cornish turbot
with a pommery mustard cream sauce





Three courses £35.00 Fourth course £7.50


A temptation of dark chocolate flavoured with white chocolate and pistachio
served with tiramisu ice cream

Crème caramel served with prunes in Armagnac

Vanilla crème brûlée with strawberries and oranges in
Romanoff syrup with almond tuiles

Caramelised lemon tart with blackcurrant coulis

Fresh Raspberries layered in vanilla shortbreads with Cornish clotted cream
And an orange crème frâiche ice cream

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Selection of cheeses and biscuits
(Ragstone goats, Hereford hop, Finn ewe’s, Cornish brie, Stilton)

Medley of sorbets with lime syrup marinated fruits

A selection of home made ice creams
(Vanilla, strawberry and dark chocolate)

Goats cheese crostini on rocket salad with balsamic dressing and beetroot sorbet

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