The Silver Pear Apartments, Ludlow, Shropshire
Welcome to our Self Catering Apartments in Ludlow, Shropshire.
The building, dating back to 13th Century, was owned by Theobald de Verdun, Lord of Ludlow but over the centuries has accommodated many trades, notably a haberdasher, a baker, a peruke-maker, a hairdresser, a grocer, The Three Tuns Tavern, an ironmonger, wine merchant, outfitter, fishmonger, a fruiterer and until recently a bank.
The present owners, who also own The Silver Pear, a small contemporary department store within the building, have lovingly restored the property over the past four years, much of which was derelict above the first floor, and have provided apartments of the highest standards and luxury.
Situated on the River Teme in the outstanding countryside of the Welsh Marches, Ludlow's medieval street pattern survives almost intact along with many ancient properties including a magnificent ruined castle and one of the largest parish churches in England. Modern buildings are few and far between in the town centre, whose streets are lined with medieval and Georgian buildings – over 500 are listed.
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