Luxury Self Catering Accommodation in Shropshire

Food & Drink

Local Caterers

If you are staying at The Bringewood Self Catering apartments but don’t fancy self catering, see the caterers below to provide a breakfast/evening meal service for groups. The commercial kitchen is only available to exclusive group parties  so you can enjoy breakfast and evening meals together.

We also have a selection of local caterers for all your needs, details of which are on our Catering page, You are also welcome to use alternative caterers of your choice.

Ludlow Pubs & Restaurants

Ludlow is known as the “slow food” capital (the UK’s slow food movement was founded here) and local businesses pride themselves on using local produce wherever possible.  Here is a list of favourite places to eat and drink – we hope you get a chance to enjoy them during your stay at The Bringewood as much as we do.


Bistro Seven


We are particularly attached to this restaurant as our old chef (James Moss) is the owner/head chef here.  James provides light lunch options and an evening meal menu full of flavoursome local ingredients. The restaurant is normally very busy so we suggest ringing ahead and booking a table. Tel: 01584 877412


The Lion (Leintwardine)


The Lion is a local pub/ restaurant which serves good quality local food all year round and in the summer has a nice patio area overlooking the River Teme. Tel: 01547 540203


The Oak, Wigmore (Wigmore)


A beautifully restored 16th century coaching inn, situated a short drive from The Bringewood. The serve fresh seasonal food and a range of local ales, plus they also offer private dining. One of our favourites.


The Stagg (Titley)


This is a great restaurant which always has a fresh menu based on local ingredients. Tel: 01544 230221


Ludlow Food Centre (Bromfield)


In 2013 Ludlow Food Centre was voted Britain’s Best Farm Shop by FARMA and in 2014 it was voted Britain’s Best Food Hall in the Farm Shop & Deli Awards.  These accolades are due mostly to the diversity of own products that are made at the Food Centre in the eight glass fronted production kitchens that surround the main food hall. More than 80% of the food sold is from Shropshire and surrounding counties and more than half of the food sold at the Food Centre is made in its own kitchens. What’s more, the Centre has recently opened their satellite cafe and deli in Ludlow town centre called Ludlow Pantry. Tel: 01584 856000


The Clive (Bromfield)


Situated next door to Ludlow Food Centre, The Clive provides both pub grub and restaurant quality food.  It does a particularly good Sunday roast. Tel: 01584 856565


The Sun (Leintwardine)


The Sun is one of the only parlour bars left in the UK.  Originally the landlady served ale and local ciders in her living room.  The ambience of these original rooms has been maintained but a large extension on the back and accompanying beer garden provides ample space regardless of the weather.  Although The Sun does not provide food, you can order fish and chips from the takeaway next door and they will bring it to you in The Sun when it is ready!


If you would like any more café, pub or restaurant suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us. More can also be found at www.shropshirefoodanddrink.co.uk

Ludlow Market

Ludlow Market trades every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday throughout the year, with specialist markets most Thursdays & Sundays.

Ludlow Food Festival

Ludlow Food Festival, Britain’s first and most successful food and drink festival, takes place each year in September. Stay at The Bringewood and pop along next time it’s on – www.foodfestival.co.uk. If you can’t wait until then, Ludlow Spring Festival also takes places each May.


For any questions about places to visit or things to do in the local area, please do contact us.