Newcastle-on-Clun 1.25 miles.
A stone-built, detached barn conversion situated next to the owner's home on a 15 acre smallholding in the lovely Clun Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This Newcastle-on-Clun holiday cottage offers comfortable, cosy accommodation ideal for a family holiday or a couple wanting a quiet break in a tranquil countryside location.
After a long day of walking, you can kick off your boots and leave them in the drying room, and head to the bathroom for a well-earned soak in the tub, before curling up in the king-size bed for a comfortable night's sleep.
The owner of this Shropshire cottage keeps a variety of farm animals, and from the front garden you can relax and enjoy watching three friendly donkeys, two ponies and an array of geese and chickens, as well as the views of the surrounding valley and hills.
This Shropshire cottage is wonderfully located for exploring all of Shropshire and into Wales, whilst close by is Offa's Dyke and the Kerry Ridgeway providing exciting walking and biking trails.
Enjoy the sleepy village of Clun, delightful Bishop's Castle, medieval Ludlow and pretty Church Stretton, known as Little Switzerland.
This Newcastle-on-Clun cottage provides cosy accommodation in a lovely peaceful location with a good real ale pub close by.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with slipper bath with hand-held shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with coal effect gas fire. Drying room for boots and coats.
About the location
Ludlow 21 miles; Shrewsbury 34 miles.
Newcastle-on-Clun is a small village situated in the picturesque Clun Valley, which nestles amidst the rolling Shropshire Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village boasts the 17th century Crown Country Inn which serves Real Ales, excellent food and a warm welcome. Being located close to Offa’s Dyke Pathway and the Kerry Ridgeway, this is an ideal base for people who enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing, golfing or visiting the historic towns and attractions found in and around the Shropshire Hills and the Welsh border. Only 3.5 miles away is Clun; described by the poet A.E. Housman as “the quietest place under the sun”, this sleepy little town has ruins of a Norman castle, a delightful 15th century stone bridge and is an excellent location for walking along the Shropshire Way and the Jack Mytton Pathway. A perfect base from which to discover Shropshire and into Wales.