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Tuc - Tin

(Ref. 915462)

Clun near Bishop's Castle, Shropshire Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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52 Customer Reviews

  • "It was a lovely break over the Xmas period."

    The cottage had everything. The cottage was cosy and warm and had everything you needed. The recliners were perfect to put your feet up in the lounge in the evening. There is a choice of two pubs 5 mins walk away.

    Reviewed by Fiona5.0Dec 2023

  • "Wonderful week at Tuc Tin great communication with both owner Charles and the caretakers at No 16 who were very helpful and kind."

    The town of Clun has a fantastic friendly community.

    Reviewed by Sharon4.7Oct 2023

  • "Another fabulous holiday booked through Sykes."

    Wow Tuc Tin was such a lovely cottage we could not fault anything, immaculately clean, so comfortable, lovely garden for Bruce our boxer dog (and ourselves) and ideally located we could not ask for anything better. Great walks from the doorstep no need to take the car out. The White Horse a gem of a pub just around the corner (lovely meals), well stocked Spar. Clun and it People are so friendly and welcoming. We definitely return to this lovely cottage.

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Sep 2023

  • "We had a problem when the shower broke down on the Sunday but a new shower was installed by Monday teatime when we were out for the day."

    Reviewed by Joan4.4Jun 2023

  • "Problem with back door lock."

    Toilet seat is broken and the toilet did not flush every time.

    Reviewed by Patrick3.1Jun 2023

  • "Lovely cosy cottage."

    Perfect location for exploring south Shropshire. Dog friendly. Outdoor space needs some attention and with neighbours freely accessing garden, perhaps not for those seeking privacy. The cottage also fronts a road that can be busy at times. We had a lovely time.

    Reviewed by Tracey4.7May 2023

  • "Lovely warm cottage ."

    Great location . patio area needs some attention , nice bench table but next to oil tank and boiler .. not pleasant. Would be nice if moved down the garden . As a dog friendly cottage great garden but neighbour uses veg patch and greenhouse which should be fenced off if dog friendly so not dug up !!!! and he doesn’t always close gates . This would not stop us returning but needs to be mentioned.

    Reviewed by Susan4.4Apr 2023

  • "Would just like to point out that the patio flags are very slippery when wet"

    Reviewed by Stephen5.0Apr 2023

  • "Tuc Tin is a lovely little cottage the owner was very accommodating and the key ..."

    Tuc Tin is a lovely little cottage the owner was very accommodating and the key holder at number 16 was very friendly and helpful parking right outside the door

    Reviewed by Graham4.4Feb 2023

  • "We love this cottage, it's the second time we have stayed, it's lovely and warm, really cozy with reclining sofa, although a small kitchen there is everything you need to cook a meal, we stayed at Christmas and cooked a Christmas meal."

    Two fantastic pubs just a short walk from the cottage, had a meal in 1 which was lovely and reasonably priced, locals very friendly, great walks with the dog straight out the door, especially around the castle. Steve at number 16 was very helpful and answered any questions. We book a couple of cottages each year and this is one of the best, I don't know why it isn't fully booked.

    Reviewed by Wendy5.0Dec 2022

  • "Really lovely break in this cute little cottage well placed in the pretty village of Clun, The cottage was homely and comfortable and had everything we needed for a relaxing break."

    Reviewed by Karen5.0Sep 2022

  • "Lovely one bedroom cottage in the centre of Clun and you can see the castle ruins from the front windows."

    Very comfortable, a real home from home. It has everything that a couple could need for a stay and there is a long garden which catches the sun and is ideal if you have a dog. Great walks into the country from the cottage. It is on the main road through the village but this wasn't a problem for us and we were always able to park outside. This was our second stay.

    Reviewed by Yvonne5.0Aug 2022

  • "The cottage was spotless and very comfortable."

    Beautiful setting in the Shropshire Hills with a shop and a traditional pub just a minute’s walk away.

    Reviewed by Jane4.7Jul 2022

  • "This was a lovely cottage in a beautiful location."

    We sat in the garden in the evenings watching the birds, we never had trouble parking there was always plenty of space. The local people were very friendly. The local pubs served good food and were reasonably priced. Visited some outstanding places such as Ludlow and Ironbridge. Would recommend.

    Reviewed by Gillian5.0Jun 2022

  • "Very comfortable cottage in peaceful location."

    Steep cottage stairs need highlighting in information but were no problem for us.

    Reviewed by James4.1Jun 2022

  • "Cosy, comfortable cottage for two with easy stairs up to the spacious bedroom."

    The garden is a real bonus for enjoying the sunshine and a great selection of birds. A couple of garden chairs would be appreciated, although we managed to perch on the garden wall, much to the amusement of the friendly neighbours.

    Reviewed by Yvonne5.0Apr 2022

  • "Had a great stay and enjoyed it."

    Reviewed by Martin4.1Mar 2022

  • "Lovely little cottage, warm and cosy, loved the reclining chairs"

    Reviewed by Wendy5.0Dec 2021

  • "Cosy character cottage, spotlessly clean, in the centre of the village."

    It had all that you would need for a lovely stay, including a very comfy bed. The down side is a down stairs bathroom, steep stairs and being straight on to an occasionally busy road. But non of these impacted on our stay so would consider a return visit.

    Reviewed by John4.4Nov 2021

  • "We loved the cottage, the owner clearly spent time and plenty of effort to get the cottage to its present state."

    Only criticism is that as the key is with a neighbour and they knew we would be arriving late Friday evening, it would have been nice if they had popped in put a light on and switched heating on. We arrived as i said late to a totally dark cold cottage. That said everything else was spot on

    Reviewed by Phil4.7Oct 2021

  • "Lovely cottage, excellent location."

    Reviewed by Gary5.0Sep 2021

  • "Had a lovely few days, owner and key holder very friendly."

    Great location in a nice area which was great for walking and the pubs were good (nice beer) with everyone being very friendly. In terms of the cottage I would recommend maybe a table and chairs in the garden itself (most of it is used for fruit and veg but there could be room and this might be nicer than the seating outside the kitchen which due to weather felt a bit dark and damp - we were lucky rest of week with dry weather hence maybe seating further down would be a nice option if there for longer. The cottage has been done out really nicely- very cosy downstairs with a really nice size bedroom upstairs. If you struggle with mobility the stairs do have a narrow footing and the bathroom is downstairs :) Kitchen had everything we needed and really helpful to have some cleaning products available (not always the case). Overall a great stay and one we would do again.

    Reviewed by Karen4.1Aug 2021

  • "What a find!"

    Very clean and comfortable, and truly dog friendly with internal doors allowing us to easily prevent our dog going into other rooms while wet or dirty etc. Lovely enclosed garden with gated access to the park beyond. Friendly neighbours. We will return!

    Reviewed by Sue5.0Jul 2021

  • "Great little base to explore Shropshire"

    Reviewed by Marina5.0Jul 2021

  • "Tic-Tin is a traditional homely ycottage with all expected utilities in a friendly picturesque village with riverside walks and a ruined castle."

    The property was very clean and welcoming.A good base for exploring the Shropshire/Welsh borders with pubs and shops close by. The owner made sure we had all we needed and knew how to work the cooker and TV. We enjoyed our holiday in our hideaway place.

    Reviewed by Gillian4.4Jun 2021

  • "Wasn't totally clear re use of back garden or just terrace."

    Reviewed by Ann5.0Jun 2021

  • "Cottage was spotless and laundry good quality."

    Lovely spot in lovely village. The only downside was parking on the road but there was always room

    Reviewed by Susan5.0Jun 2021

  • "This is comfortable and well equipped cottage which was spotlessly clean."

    We were welcomed by the very helpful caretaker who lives next door. The cottage makes a great based for exploring the South Shropshire Hills and surrounding areas. There were only a few slight negatives, we found the cottage a little gloomy especially the living room and decor is a little dated . There is a nice seating area just outside the back door but the rest of garden is not particularly private and neighbours who tend the garden tend to come in without notice, also for our very small dog the garden was not dog safe due to gaps in the fence so we had to keep him on the lead all week.

    Reviewed by Paul4.1May 2021

  • "Lovely little cosy cottage."

    Brilliant location. Very friendly people. Lovely pubs. Everything we needed.

    Reviewed by Ann Marie4.7Oct 2020

  • "The cottage had a very nice feel about it."

    The settee was a very welcoming recliner. The shower worked well in the nice bathroom. Central heating warmed the whole cottage. Pub and shop within easy walking distance. Nearby Castle ruins(access to it not easy but doable). River Clun to watch run under quaint bridge with tea shop and free Carpark close by. What more could you want.

    Reviewed by Martin5.0Oct 2020

  • "The cottage was excellent everything we could have hoped for."

    A major plus was the lovely garden that we and our dog could enjoy!

    Reviewed by Michael5.0Sep 2020

  • "The village and area around had stunning scenery."

    Cottage had a lovely garden to relax in after a day of walking and sight seeing which was a bonus.Local 2 pubs served lovely food and staff very friendly.

    Reviewed by Kerry5.0Sep 2020

  • "Suprised by the volume of very heavy traffic passing extremely close to the front door of the cottage."

    Reviewed by Steven4.1Aug 2020

  • "This was a second visit for us the last was a warm week in july this time we ..."

    This was a second visit for us the last was a warm week in july this time we were in the middle of the storms however it did not spoil our week I was a bit surprised how tired the living area was The quilt on the bed was a summer weight I did find another one the covers were well worn The bathroom was in need of a new shower curtain and the shower head would not stay in its holder the shower head had to be held There was a horrible fishy smell when we opened the door to the staircase and a heavy smell of b o I used up the air freshners that were in the bathroom

    Reviewed by Coral4.4Feb 2020

  • "A lovely warm cosy cottage,we have visited Clun many times but this was the first time in TUCTIN we would happily book again,the only slight problem is parking on the busy road however their is a large free cark park nearby,a short walk from the cottage."

    Reviewed by Peter4.4Nov 2019

  • "Tuc Tin is a very nice cottage ideal for couples in a nice little Town with a couple of pubs selling nice food and a good selection of drinks, there is also a very good handy Spar selling everything you need, all this within a couple of minutes walk."

    The cottage has a lovely garden and a nice small terrace to sit out on. The only small issue with the cottage can be the traffic and parking. With just a two foot wide footpath outside on an A road, traffic can be noisy at times, but when quiet very quiet. Dont expect a lie in here. Parking can be a problem with at times having to park 100 yards away. Overall the cottage has everything for a pleasant stay. One piece of advice though for the owner could be to replace the rather tired shower curtain and ageing towels.

    Reviewed by Craig3.8Sep 2019

  • "Despite the appearance from outside, the cottage was spotlessly clean and well appointed."

    The fittings, furnishings and equipment were all good quality. Although there was only one small sofa for us to share, this was a recliner which more than made up for it. There was plenty to do in the games cupboard. I was especially taken with the drawer full of art supplies.. If I could draw/paint, I would certainly made use of those. Bed comfy, garden beautiful, lovely village and people, great pubs, especially enjoyed the food at the White Horse. We were very happy with every aspect of our holiday, thank you!

    Reviewed by Novlyn4.7Sep 2019

  • "Just loved the cottage, perfect week for a completely relaxing and getting away from the daily grind."

    Beautifully crafted woodwork and you could see that I lot of work had gone into make this a cosy cottage. The village was small and friendly and would definitely want to go back again. The bathroom was as little old fashioned but perfectly functional. It would have been nice to have Wifi but that it a personal preference and certainly not essential. It was just so nice having a proper home from home and it suited our needs perfectly.

    Reviewed by Helen4.7Jul 2019

  • "Had a great time at tuc tin the weather was a real bonus the village excuse me it is a town according to the locals The cottage was good but the garden was quite steep and I don,t think I would recommend it for people with walking difficulties similarly the stairs were quite steep."

    The garden could be enjoyed if a small bistro set or even 2 garden chairs were available Parking was also an issue as the cottage was on a main road and the residents had their cars parked there. I would return again as it is in a beautiful spot for exploring and walking and the white horse pub serves nice meals and also offers breakfast and take-aways

    Reviewed by Coral4.7Jun 2019

  • "If you enjoy walking you can leave from the back gate of the cottage through a pretty flower and vegetable garden to a variety of country walks."

    Suggest you pick up a small walking guide book from the Clun gift shop. The cottage has all the facilities you need. It’s a delight

    Reviewed by Ralph5.0Jun 2019

  • "Road very noisy."

    Garden not as private as led to believe. Neighbours very nice but use garden and greenhouse for growing things. Come and go as they wish. Not comfortable for us as very private people

    Reviewed by Ronnie3.8Jun 2019

  • "Nice, comfortable cottage and exactly what we wanted."

    .very friendly village, great local pub: what's not to love.. The road can be a little noisy as it seems to be on the main road through the village and large vehicles do use it, but you get used to it, pretty quickly..

    Reviewed by Martin5.0May 2019

  • "This is a very nice little cottage with a pretty garden and served us well as a base to go and explore Shropshire."

    Lovely bedroom with comfortable bed and enough facilities. The sofa was a bit jaded but did the job. the neighbours were very helpful and Clun has a nice ambience.

    Reviewed by Paul5.0May 2019

  • "Lovely cosy cottage , welcoming hosts , ideal for local walks , well placed ..."

    Lovely cosy cottage , welcoming hosts , ideal for local walks , well placed close to amenities lovely enclose garden - highly recommended

    Reviewed by David4.7Dec 2018

  • "Spoke to owner a couple of days before arriving at cottage he told us that the keys would be at the neighbours a couple of doors down the road when we got there about 2 45pm they were out and the keys were left out side with a note on a pair of step ladders in outside passage way."

    when we opened door the place was freezing we put on heating the bathroom heating didn't work the fans in bathroom was disgusting all full of dirt the lampshades were dirty all cobwebs behind doors the fire place hadn't been cleaned at all full of old ash and the grate looked as though it hadn't been cleaned for months. tv was dusty and sticky the place looked dark and dingy the outside in places was overgrown and wasn't very nice at all. in my opinion I wouldn't recommend tuc tin cottage didn't even spend a night there walked in and walked out again when we contacted sykes they didn't want to know in my opinion offered 40 pounds compensation which I thought was a insult we should have got our money back.

    Further to our recent conversations, I can confirm that the normal check in at this property is 3.30pm. The keys were left for you as a 'one off' on this occasion, as you were arriving early, which the owner was happy to accommodate. As previously advised our booking conditions do state 'that if you have any issue at a property we ask that you contact the owner or Sykes to give the owner the opportunity to resolve the issue'. Unfortunately, you did not call the owner or Sykes to ask for any assistance. You left the property and requested a full refund, which the owner was unwilling to provide as you did not give him the opportunity to resolve any issue that you found. This property constantly receives great feedback as you can read on our website. We are sorry you are unhappy with the outcome. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Ann1.3Nov 2018

  • "Lovely cosy little cottage, in a friendly little town, beautiful countryside, lots to do in Shropshire."

    Will be returning.

    Reviewed by Helen5.0Oct 2018

  • "Home from home."

    Reviewed by George5.0Sep 2018

  • "Lovely cottage and village."

    People really friendly.

    Reviewed by Andrew4.1Jul 2018

  • "Cottage was very comfortable everything was there that we needed and more a lot of thought had gone into it"

    Reviewed by Mary5.0Jun 2018

  • "Bathroom and toilet down stairs bit of a struggle in middle of the night going down the steep stairs."

    Also Castle Street is an extremely busy and noisey road. Found it hard to find a car parking space and we stayed out of season.

    Reviewed by Ellenor3.8May 2017

  • "Lovely house in nice quite village"

    Reviewed by Edward5.0Apr 2017

  • "We loved TucTin cottage lovely location perfect for walking and the cottage was ideal for 2 people ."

    We would defiantly recommend this cottage

    Reviewed by Lorraine4.8Sep 2016

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  • One double bedroom
  • Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC and bidet
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with dining area and range.
  • Oil central heating with range
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, Wi-Fi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent, kindling and smokeless fuel available to purchase in village
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Unrestricted roadside parking nearby
  • Patio and lawned garden with furniture
  • One well-behaved dog welcome (downstairs only)
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 3 mins walk
  • River Clun 4 mins walk.

The property

This is a cosy, one bedroom, terraced cottage, located in the picturesque village of Clun in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Traditionally-furnished throughout with an old world cast iron range, it really captures the original character of the cottage.

Downstairs, there is an open plan living and dining area, with a stunning arched stone fireplace housing the freestanding old-fashioned range, with oven and small fire cradle offering the novelty of the warming glow of a natural fire during the cold months.

The separate kitchen enjoys countryside views.

Upstairs, there is a comfortably spacious bedroom with a craftsman-fitted pine, overlapped floor and a large thick rug, extending either side of the bed to add extra cosiness.

Tuc-Tin garden has a stone patio, which has a combined bench seat and table, ideal for eating outdoors during the warm weather.

There is a pleasant, enclosed lawned area for relaxing and sunbathing in, with an arched bench seat at the bottom of the garden to suit the afternoon sun.

The 800-year old Clun Castle ruins can be seen from from Tuc-Tin, approximately one hundred yards away, with the hills of the beautiful Shropshire countryside beyond.

With two pubs in the village, as well as tea rooms and high quality butchers, there is everything you need on your doorstep.

The surrounding towns and villages are all easy to get to and a half-hour ride can take you to Ludlow, Bishops Castle, Church Stretton, Long Mynd, amongst many more idyllic places to visit.

Travelling around Shropshire, Hereford and the Welsh countryside offers relatively quiet roads so you can get to your choice of destinations very easily, whilst enjoying the journey through the beautiful green hills and woodlands, whether you are walking, biking or driving.

This is a fantastic property for couples to enjoy all year round.

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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.

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