This quaint end-terrace cottage sits on the edge of the popular Shropshire town of Clun.
Cosy and comfortably furnished, this is the perfect base for couples looking to enjoy a break amongst Shropshire’s peaceful countryside.
Set over two floors, you’ll find a large mezzanine-style double bedroom on the landing, leading to the bathroom.
The compact well-equipped kitchen looks out to the small courtyard garden, where you can sit and contemplate your activities for the day, and on chilly evenings, you can put your feet up in the welcoming sitting room, beside the woodburner.
Just a short stroll away is the heart of this pretty town where you’ll find a pub, shop and café, so after a day exploring the area you can enjoy the village life, take a wander alongside the river and explore the ruins of Clun Castle.
Clun is ideally positioned as a base for the Welsh Marches, which incorporate the stunning Shropshire Hills and Offa’s Dyke.
Spend the day in one the local towns such as Bishop's Castle, Montgomery, Craven Arms or Ludlow, which are all steeped in history.
A charming romantic retreat on the edge of this popular town, perfectly situated to enjoy a myriad of walks and Shropshire’s stunning scenery.
One mezzanine double bedroom with en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
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About the location
Bishop's Castle 6 miles; Ludlow 18 miles.
A.E. Houseman's poem, A Shropshire Lad, defined Clun as 'the quietest place under the sun', and with its dramatic ruin of a Norman castle, Saxon church, the bustling river which flows under the 14th century pack horse bridge, and a country inn, Clun is a rural gem situated in the South Shropshire Hills. It lies on the Shropshire Way in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to the border of Wales, an area known as The Marches. This unspoilt part of Britain has an abundance of wildlife and beautiful unhindered walking and cycling routes winding their way through the countryside with the Clun and Kerry Forests, Offa's Dyke, and Kerry Ridgeway all close by. There are a wide range of festivals and shows on offer in the surrounding area throughout the year, including The Green Man festival in May. From Clun, you can also enjoy exploring the historic towns of Bishop's Castle, Presteigne, Ludlow, Shrewsbury, and Hereford, a must for visitors.