Castle Lodge is a medieval Tudor and Elizabethan timber framed town house located in Ludlow, Shropshire and dates back to the early 13th century. It was rebuilt in 1580 and has had many uses over the centuries, including a school, a prison and more recently a hotel. The building has some of the largest collections of Tudor oak panelling in England. The lodge has connections to Catherine of Aragon whilst she was married to Prince Arthur, she later went on to marry Henry VIII. The building was also once the home of Elizabeth I's Master of Requests. Castle Lodge has been privately owned throughout its history and was a hotel up until the Second World War, records are unclear as to it’s use during the war but the Lodge was finally re-opened to the public in 1999.
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