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Town centre of Ledbury

Great retail outlets. Burly + welcoming Clive Gunn the town crier who was decoratively regaled in... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Stephen R
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Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
via mobile
Perhaps England's finest street.

Having visited some of England's prettiest streets including Steep hill in Lincoln,Elm Hill in... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
shane s
,
Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
via mobile
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Church Lane, Ledbury, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Great retail outlets. Burly + welcoming Clive Gunn the town crier who was decoratively regaled in red. Nice bloke. Vegan cafe excellent cakes and delicious fresh puro coffee. So good I had 2.good value for a pot of tea and parsnip ,prune +pear cake +...More

Thank Stephen R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Having visited some of England's prettiest streets including Steep hill in Lincoln,Elm Hill in Norwich, Mermaid Street in Rye and the Circus in Bath,Church Street tops the lot. A beautiful medieval street hidden away which offers tearooms,a free museum and a food serving pub and...More

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Reviewed 30 December 2017

Found this little street by accident at dusk on a snowy day in Ledbury. The snow covered the cobbles but added to the magic. A beautiful view from the Market House area up towards the bell tower. Medieval buildings line the small street. I felt...More

Thank bluelizard
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Reviewed 8 November 2017

We have lived near Ledbury in the past, and frequently visited. We had never gone up Church Street before, and this is something we have missed out on. It's like turning back the clock centuries and provides an excellent view towards St Michaels and All...More

Thank Kvukwt
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Reviewed 7 November 2017

Very quaint - you feel as though you have stepped back in time when you enter this lane - all beautifully preserved and fascinating. Re. my evaluations below - this is a street - no payment is needed to enter it so most of the...More

Thank Heather R
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

Visited Ledbury on two occasions and enjoyed both.The town is very nice with a mixture of independent shops. Church Street is lovely and quaint with a small but excellent museum which is very interesting. We had a light lunch in the courtyard eaterie which was...More

Thank trefor2013
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

A town of lovely old buildings and friendly people. We had a dog with us and loads of people stopped to speak

Thank Marie190727
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Reviewed 28 September 2017

A cobbled lane, full of atmospheric Tudor black and white buildings leading up to St Michaels & All Angel church. A quaint insight into 'burbage' plots stretching back from front street. Do pick up a Ledebury Heritage Trainl from the Butcher Row House Museum and...More

Thank lgmsomerset
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Reviewed 19 September 2017 via mobile

On a visit to Ledbury I was very disappointed with what I hoped would be an old English town. Modern life seems to have Ruined the rest of Ledbury and the influx of foreigners, but Church street still remains what I expected to find and...More

Thank Richard H
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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

We visited the beautiful town of Ledbury for the day yesterday. The High Street is a lovely shopping area with a Market House on stilts. There is also a striking looking clock in the main street. Plenty of old buildings to admire. Then you get...More

Thank PJay1169
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