The riverside village of Clun is pretty as a picture and is in an ideal location for a tranquil country cottage holiday. Whether you opt to stay in a townhouse within the village or at a farmhouse or farm cottage nearby, you’re in for a real treat with Clun.
What Clun offers for Cottage Breaks
Set within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village is home to a couple of shops as well as two coffee shops, three pubs and a ruined castle which is now protected by English Heritage. Enjoy riverside walks, taking it easy or walking or cycling in the nearby countryside close to the England/Wales border, the choice is yours.
Things to See and Do on a Cottage Holiday in Shropshire
• Clun itself has plenty to offer visitors and for a short break visitors may just want to spend lazy days with friends or family in Clun itself.
• Those who enjoy walking, hiking, cycling or wildlife watching will want to head for the hills and discover the farmlands, woodlands, river valleys and hills of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
• For those who enjoy heading in to town and experiencing all of the sights and attractions on offer in town or city, you’ll want to visit Leominster with its beautiful black-and-white buildings 23 miles away. Ludlow with its castle and medieval buildings is also well worth a visit and is just 18 miles from Clun. For some of the best of Shropshire, don’t miss Shrewsbury which is an hour from Clun.
• Those with National Trust membership will want to visit some of the historical houses and gardens in this part of Shropshire which include Attingham Park, Benthall Hall and Carding Mill Valley.
Shropshire is a delight to discover on a self-catering holiday with greenery galore. Whether you stay in a rural retreat close to Clun or in the village, we hope you have a wonderful cottage holiday in Clun.
Book a Clun cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Shropshire on holiday.