Dinham Hall Hotel
By The Castle
Ludlow United Kingdom
Rated 79 / 100 based on 356 customer reviews.
The quality of service and hospitality at
Dinham Hall Hotel has been identified as outstanding based on consistently
high customer review ratings.
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Dinham Hall Hotel has achieved a score of
79 / 100 based on
356 customer reviews and has therefore qualified to receive
an Outstanding Service Award from Go Hotels.
Tall, square, solid and stylish Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand, late 18th century family home. Now an elegant Hotel, it stands prestigiously in the centre of the historic market town of Ludlow just adjacent to the ruins of a massive sandstone castle built in 1085. An enviable location that provides guests with ready access to the town's broad streets, narrow lanes, graceful buildings and mellow beauty. Dinham Hall offers a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Lounges are restful and warmed by open fires in winter and terraces with water features are perfect for Al-fresco Dnining in warmer weather. Each of the 13 bedrooms offer an harmonious twist of modern facilities with period design. The rooms have lovely views of the country side, river valley and castle and 2 of the bedrooms are within a cottage in the garden grounds, perfect for dog owners, or those wishing for a bit more privacy. The elegant and sumptuous restaurant serves modern British cuisine prepared by talented chef Caitlin Procter. While dining, guests can enjoy further superb views over the walled garden and open countryside towards the Whitcliffe hills, River Teme and Mortimer Forest . As well as browsing in the town's famed antique shops guests can delight in visiting Ludlow races, take lovely river walks, explore historic sites, play golf, fish or clay shoot locally.