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Leading from the Market House to the Church, a cobbled street lined with interesting Historic buildings including The Old Grammar School Heritage Centre, Butchers Row Museum, Burgage Hall (with Country Market on Friday mornings) and Prince of Wales Pub
A real gem of town to visit, with many Black & White timber framed buildings. This narrow cobbled street is a ‘must see’ for anyone visiting or passing through the market town of Ledbury.
Unfortunately for us it was mid morning in February, so we...More
Having lived in Ledbury all my life I may appear a little biased but Church Lane is beautiful. It is cobbled and has an amazing view up the Lane towards the church. The Prince of Wales pub in the Lane is excellent value for money....More
Tucked away from the ancient market hall is this lovely historic street. The Painted Rooms and a museum are open during the summer but closed after the end of November so we missed this. The public lavatories are still open here and the tiny ancient...More
Quaint olde worlde cobbled lane leading to the magnificent parish church. There is a heritage centre and a small museum. Also a craft gallery. The parish church with separate parish church is well worth a visit.
Took a stroll around the Town of Ledbury on Monday 20/08/18, a beautiful picturesque town with many historical old building ie Churches, Old Hospital, Homes & Central Market Place. + old cobbled walkways. Local Cafes Restaurants & Pubs within walking distance & not to mention...More