is often described as a hidden gem and offers a wide variety of pursuits and interests. Walkers and cyclists are well served with a variety of named routes such as The Shropshire Way, Offa's Dyke, the Kerry Ridgeway and Wild Edric's Way.

More recently the county has become famous for its gastronomic excellence, with Ludlow boasting more Michelin starred restaurants than anywhere other than London.

Always famous for its beautiful countryside you can also enjoy a round of golf, go riding or experience some of the best river fishing in the country on the magnificent Severn. Gliding and hang-gliding are visible on the Long Mynd.

For the historian amongst you both Shrewsbury and Ludlow are steeped in history and the pretty Victorian spa town of Church Stretton lies just to the west of Clun. Telford, the birthplace of industry, is just short ride away.

The links on this page give you a taste of what is available but please ask us about other activities you may wish to enjoy whilst you stay with us.