Friday 8 - Monday 11 June 2018
Tall, square, solid and stylish, Dinham Hall, built in 1792 by Samuel Nash, agent to the Earls of Powys, is the epitome of a grand Georgian family home.
Furnished with beautiful period antiques, the house is now presented as an elegant 13 bedroom hotel with each room offering the charm and proportions typical of the Georgian Period.
This late 18th Century mansion stands in the heart of historic Ludlow opposite the impressive Medieval Castle - an enviable location with splendid views of the Castle ramparts, Whitcliffe, the Teme river valley and the town rooftops.
Guests can relax in Dinham’s restful lounges and pretty terraces, and enjoy fine dining in the outstanding Elliots Brasserie. French Chef Olivier Bossut is renowned for his interpretation of French dishes, and he specialises in giving delicious twists to the classics everybody loves.
A gem of an hotel, Dinham Hall provides guests with ready access to the town’s broad streets, narrow lanes, graceful buildings and mellow beauty. Ludlow offers the discerning visitor an eclectic mix of quaint shops, and the market square is just 50m away.