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Nestled in the Shropshire Hills, the historic market town of Ludlow seems to have it all: hundreds of listed buildings, a huge ruined castle, cobbled streets and world-class restaurants. It's also the ideal base for country strolls that end in pints of ale in old, cosy pubs. Switching off is guaranteed, as Ludlow’s streets are rarely crowded. That is, unless you visit (along with 20,000 others) for its annual food festival.