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Ludlow Racecourse

#1 of 2 things to do in Bromfield Features Animals
Bromfield, Ludlow SY8 2BT, England
+44 1584 856221
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A Good Facility

I've been here several times for various reasons. It's a very good facility for hiring conference... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Scott D
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Great day at the races

Attended a meeting in mid May and not only was the weather and racing great, the staff and food in... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2017
621stevanw
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Imperial
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Bromfield, Ludlow SY8 2BT, England
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Reviewed yesterday

I've been here several times for various reasons. It's a very good facility for hiring conference rooms, holding auctions and events. Ample parking space, helpful, friendly staff, clean / tidy throughout as with their toilets. Railway line runs parallel to it with a golf course...More

Thank Scott D
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

Attended a meeting in mid May and not only was the weather and racing great, the staff and food in the suite were excellent. We had a great day out that was a memorable experience. I would certainly visit this racing facility again.

Thank 621stevanw
Reviewed 20 April 2017

A beautiful racecourse only two miles from the town center,a free bus will pick you up from outside the railway station an hour before the first race to the races and pick you up from the racecourse twenty mins after the last race back to...More

Thank Satchel08
Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

I think Ludlow is a great National Hunt Course. Small intimate very friendly and has high class racing. It is an independent course with very good facilities, easy car parking and road access. The viewing is always very good and the jam stick ( finishing...More

Thank Nenners56
Reviewed 19 April 2017

The reason we went to Ludlow was for the races on a day off for me. It was an evening meeting on a sunny spring day and the countryside is just beautiful. The course is easy to get to, parking is good and the walk...More

Thank Guy T
Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

In a lovely setting, greeted by friendly staff/officials. In the owners and trainers lounge, complimentary soup and a roll or tea and cake on our arrival. In fact the cake was replenished all day long from what I could see. We had the carvery lunch,...More

Thank ClockWatcher16
Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

Visited on a lovely Sunny Monday. The outlook is wonderful surrounded by the Shropshire hills. Pleasant grandstand, good parking and nice bar.

Thank SUPERBAGGIESBOY
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

We had chosen to visit racecourses in parts of the country we wanted to visit. The local area did not disappoint but the racecourse did! We think the website is poor. My husband rang and was told that if we paid £22.00 we could access...More

Thank Barbara B
Reviewed 25 March 2017

We had a cracking day out at Ludlow races again love the area we are going back again in May with friends only two things I'd say house white wine at £20 a botttle that too high the second thing was trainers putting out leaving...More

Thank johnwhite18
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Well if you want a good day out and like a little flutter on the horses this one is for you if your just a couple or you want a corporate event for many its ideal there are lovely restaurants around at the Racecourse but...More

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chirks123
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Response from Jackie W | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I didn't notice price of beer (although not much choice, no real ales, just Ginness, Carling and a beer can't remember). A standard glass of wine was £5 to give you a rough idea.
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