Clun and the Clun Valley offer a wide range of accommodation in pubs, B&Bs and self-catering as well as camping and caravan sites in lovely locations. Whether you prefer to be in Clun or one of the surrounding villages, on a farm or in a secluded rural spot, you will be able to find accommodation of a type and size to suit you.

Bed & Breakfast

Little Hall Cottage

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tel:   (01588) 640976
mobile:   07776 305514/07810 727000
postcode:   SY7 8PA
proprietor:   Steve & Elizabeth Blackman

Recently converted rooms under a green roof attached to an 18th century cottage. 2 miles from Clun on the Newcastle Road, 15 mins walk from Offa’s Dyke and close to Shropshire Way. One double, one double/twin both ensuite shower rooms. Tea and coffee making facilities, TV and Wifi, direct access to terrace with beautiful views.  Local eggs, bacon,  sausages and honey and homemade preserves. Evening meals and picnic lunches can be provided with prior notice.

£85 double or twin, £50 single.

4 star service, walker and cyclist friendly.

The White Horse Inn, The Square, Clun

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tel:   01588 640 305


postcode:  SY7 8JA

proprietor:   Jack Limond

Single PPPN:   from 70
Double PPPN:   from £40
Rooms:   8
Distance to Clun:   0 miles
Distance to Bishops Castle:   6 miles

Enjoy a warm welcome in this bustling 16th-century coaching inn & post-house standing on the old Market Square.

Brewery Tap for the Clun Brewery.
No smoking in rooms. Lockable garage for cycles. Dogs welcome.

Walkers Welcome, Cyclists and Pets Welcome


 Feb 2019 Top 60 Pubs for Good Value Food  (The Independent Newspaper)

The Good Pub Guide 2022

The Good Beer Guide 2022

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Cask Marque

ETB 3* 

2015 Licensee of the Year award Semi finalist

Shropshire Hills AONB Green Achiever Award 2014

Shrewsbury & West Shropshire CAMRA Pub of the Year 2007

Clun Farm House, High Street, Clun

tel:  01588 640432
postcode:  SY7 8JB
proprietor:   Sue and Anthony Whitfield.
Single PPPN:  £ 45.00
Double PPPN:   £40.00
Dogs:  £10 per dog per night.
Horses:  £15 per horse per night.
Rooms:  3
Distance to Clun:   0 miles
Distance to Bishops Castle:  6 miles

Clun Farm House is a 500-year-old stone farmhouse with all the nooks, crannies, and beams you expect in such an ancient home. The decor is simple, unpretentious, and delightful with attractive fabrics and paints complementing the more architectural charms of flagstones and original fireplaces. The feel is rural yet the house is perfectly placed for exploring our delightful village or wandering down to the pub for a pint. Bring your children, dog, horse, or bike or maybe just a good book. Susan and Anthony are charming and fun hosts who pride themselves on creating an easy and sociable atmosphere for guests. You will unwind quickly as Anthony's take-us-as-you-find-us approach characterises the house.

Bush Farm, Clunton


tel: 01588 660330
postcode:  SY7 0HU
proprietor:  Nick and Christina Smart
Single PPPN:   45.00
Double PPPN:  £ 35.00
Rooms:   2
Distance to Clun:   2 miles
Distance to Bishops Castle:   8 miles

Bush Farm is set in a peaceful and idyllic location next to the River Clun in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a fantastic spot for walkers, riders and birdwatchers. Sit and relax in the garden or wander by the river and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. You can be sure of a warm welcome and a friendly and relaxing atmosphere.

1 double 1 twin en-suite tea and coffee making facilities direct access to the garden and car park. Locally produced sausage and bacon, our own free-range eggs. Fishing available stabling and grazing for horses.

Walkers Welcome and Cyclists WelcomeAwards and Enjoy England Silver Award

Self Catering

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Bridge St., Clun, Shropshire SY7 8JP

(01588) 640192 / 07974 390446

Jan Hughes

The Bothy is a cosy, Grade II listed cottage for 2. This historic 18th-century cottage, highlighted in Clun’s History Trail, stands in the centre of Clun a short stroll from two pubs serving excellent food, and shops offering local produce. Skilfully restored in rustic style from its previous lives as a medic’s surgery, brewery, and stables. With oak beams throughout and a large inglenook fireplace with a gas wood burner in the living room, it enjoys a private patio with furniture and shared use of spacious lawned gardens leading down to the River Clun. Excellent circular walks from the door.

Ground floor: Living room/ /kitchen/dining area.  Steep stairs to the first floor: Double galleried bedroom. Bathroom with bath and shower attachment.

Wifi, heating, electricity, gas, bed linen, and towels included. TV & DVD player. Off-street parking. River fishing. Travel cot and high chair available.

From £308 per week.  Short breaks are available. Unfenced river in grounds. No smoking or dogs.

Hoseasons &



Wrens Nest Holiday Cottage


Address: Wrens Nest, Clun SY7 8NY


Phone: 07986 088244




Relish the peace and tranquillity of the Clun Valley from Wrens Nest. Ideally situated just a 5-minute walk from the heart of Clun, right on the Shropshire Way long-distance footpath, and having private off-street parking and valley views.

Wrens Nest is the ideal size for one or two people with one en-suite bedroom with a double bed, and an open plan kitchen, living, and dining area.

From the parking space directly opposite the door, you step up to the ground floor room which has a fitted kitchen with an oven, sink, fridge/ freeze, toaster, kettle and the cooking and dining essentials for your self-catering escape. There’s a spacious dining table with seating for two and a large sofa that’s plenty big enough to kick back and relax. The TV has a Roku box so you can access your Amazon Prime/ Netflix accounts. Most importantly there’s a wood-burning stove to keep the cottage toasty warm during winter escapes.

 Stairs lead up to the bedroom with a double bed, hanging rail, additional clothes storage and a full-length mirror. A dressing table or desk along with good wifi speeds is there for those that need to check in at the office. The small en-suite bathroom has a shower, toilet and sink.

 There’s something really quite special and restorative about the beauty, peace and tranquillity that can be found in the hills at any time of the year. Our goal with Wrens Nest was to create an affordable escape that people would return to time and time again. That’s why we charge the same price year-round with no peak season price hikes — just the same cosy cottage, in the same beautiful Shropshire Hills, for the same price.


Prices from £50 per night or £275 per week for up to 2 people self-catering. Minimum 2 night stays. 


> Unfortunately we can’t accept dogs as there is no garden access

> Bikes are welcome and can be locked safely in our garage

> An EV charge point is available to use for an additional charge

> Wifi is available and included

Clunton Farm Granary, Clunton Farmhouse, Clunton


tel: 01588 640120
postcode:  SY7 0HZ
Distance to Clun:   2 miles
proprietor:   Pauline Edie

Two self-contained apartments in a beamed and oak floored converted granary, situated in the beautiful Clun Valley. Ideal for walkers, cyclists and riders a bird watchers paradise. Circular walks from the doorstep and a village-owned pub offering real ale and home-cooked food within walking distance. Each of the apartments sleeps six with 2 twin bedrooms and a sofa/bed in the sitting area There is an open plan kitchen/sitting/dining area with washer/dryer, fridge freezer, electric cooker and microwave shower room.

From £250 - £350 per week, linen and heating included. Short breaks are available. Dogs are welcome by arrangement. Open all year.

>CAMPING & CARAVANING also available

Pooh Hall, Woodside, Clun


tel:  01588 640075
postcode:  SY7 0JB
proprietor:   Sue & Peter Murray
Distance to Clun:   0 miles
Distance to Bishops Castle: 6 miles

Three detached stone cottages with lovely views over the Clun Valley, one mile from Clun.
All cottages sleep two are for adults only and there is no smoking. Dogs are welcomed in The Bothy and The Gatehouse. All cottages have Gold Awards for service and accommodation from Visit Britain.

In short - The Bothy (4 star Gold) double bed, walk-in shower, small but fully equipped kitchen, wood burner, use of laundry facilities, own parking and outdoor seating.

Keepers Cottage (5 star Gold) king size bed, slipper bath with handheld shower, open plan sitting room with kitchen to one side. Woodburner. Two outdoor seating areas (to catch the sun!) Own parking, use of laundry. Views.

The Gatehouse (5 star Gold) spacious open plan cottage, wood burner, king size bed, bath with shower over, own parking and outdoor seating, own laundry facilities. Views.

Evening meal service.
All-inclusive tariff.
Complimentary locally sourced Welcome Pack.

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tel:  01588 640409
postcode:  SY7 8NL
Distance to Clun:   3 miles
Distance to Bishops Castle:  6 miles

Originally a corn mill dating back to 1640 at Birches Mill we have 2 self-catering cottages, The Miller's Cottage sleeping 2-3 and Mill Stream Cottage sleeping 2.

The cottages are 3 miles north of Clun in the Unk Valley, in an idyllic and secluded spot by the river, surrounded by rolling hills and farmland where the only sounds you can hear are the river and birds singing.

Both cottages have many original features with honey-coloured beams and are furnished in a comfortable country style with cosy wood-burning stoves.

Directly from the cottage doors is fabulous walking straight into the hills, Offa's Dyke and The Shropshire Way are both a mile away.
Short breaks available all year, minimum 2 nights.

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tel:  01547 530530
postcode:  SY7 0BW
proprietor:   Becky Whitton
Distance to Clun:   3 miles
Distance to Bishops Castle:   9 miles

The Squire Farm offers two very different and unique self-catering holiday cottages in the quiet and beautiful Redlake Valley, south of Clun.

Xidong is an oriental styled converted barn with a private hot tub in a walled garden.  It is spacious and unique in its design and an ideal romantic getaway for two people. 

Squire Cottage is a traditional farm cottage, which sleeps four people in two bedrooms.  It is open plan downstairs, with wooden floors and oak beams and a large inglenook open fireplace.

Both cottages are part of the Squire Farm property, which operates as a small farm with sheep, horses, chickens, cats and dogs.  We have superfast fibre broadband and logs for the fires, linen and towels are provided.  Please visit the website for more information.

Dogs are allowed.

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