The Dick Turpin Cottage in Clun Shropshire England
The Dick Turpin Cottage Clun Craven Arms Shropshire England Vacation Rental Holiday Lodgings Accommodations
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Host: Roger Wren

Guestrooms: 1

Address: Cockford Hall, Clun, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7 8LR England

Telephone: 01588 640327

Fax: 01588 640881

Activities/Attractions: Shropshire is one of the least crowded and most peaceful areas of England. Now one of the few remaining rural idylls, it has a long history of wild border conflicts which have left a legacy of atmospheric hill orts, earthworks and castles.

Clun is a charming town in a remote area of south-west Shropshire, in the Welsh borderlands or 'Marches'. The town or village of Clun grew up around the site of the later Saxon church towards the end of the 7th century AD.  However, in the surrounding area there was a scattered population at least as early as the Neolithic period about 5000 years ago.

  • Although Clun no longer has a market the Market Square is still one of the focal points of the town
  • Interesting buildings to see in Clun include the 14th century packhorse bridge over the River Clun, the oldest in Shropshire, and the Trinity Hospital and Almshouses dating from 1614
  • If you are visiting here the Clun Local History Museum, housed in the Town Hall, illustrates the intriguing history of the town
  • Clun is a good base for exploring Bury Ditches, Offa's Dyke, Caer Caradoc and the Marches on your walking holiday
  • Each year, at the beginning of May, the small town stages the Clun Green Man Day to ensure the safe arrival of summer
  • Shops: The nearest shops and post office are in Clun (1 mile). Butchers, groceries, newsagent, gift shops, general store, antique shops, art gallery, museum
  • Eating Out: There is an excellent wide range of Pubs and Restaurants to suit every pocket and taste. Nearest meals available in Clun (1 mile). Choice of three Pubs, one with separate restaurant and three Cafes. Good Food Guide/ Michelin Star Restaurants within 20 minutes drive. Full list in Cottage. One of the best restaurants in the world is in Ludlow

"180 degree views across the velvety green of the Clun Valley"

"Heaven for two- the perfect nest in which to hibernate"

"Expect an extravagant and eccentric enterprise"

"A country bolthole where only the birdsong breaks the silence"

"A huge luxury cottage, a real retreat, in the most perfect setting"


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'Heaven for two'!

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"Once in this beautiful cottage you’ll never want to leave"

"Very special indeed"

"A perfect balance of luxury and comfort"

General Information: Welcome to The Dick Turpin Cottage ... a detached, stone and timber built, slate roofed property standing high above Clun in Shropshire, England. The cottage enjoys enviable views of the valley and the rolling Shropshire hills. The fully restored property nestles in 20 acres of woods and wonderful walks on the hillside high above the historic village of Clun. Located in the first 'environmentally sensitive area' and designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The charm of The Dick Turpin Cottage with its many features of architectural and historic interest has been carefully preserved. You will receive a warm welcome and enjoy a high standard of accommodation. We have been featured in "Special Places to Stay in Britain", Awarded the top English Tourist Board quality rating - "Five Stars", Deluxe 5 Keys, and "Gold Award".

  • The countryside commission recent survey designated this to be one of the three remaining havens of tranquility in Britain
  • We promise a warm, friendly welcome to guests
  • We ensure a high standard of accommodation, courtesy, and service
  • We respond promptly and properly to any complaints or criticism
  • We offer our guests all advice and assistance they require
  • The cottage features an entrance hall  cloakroom, utility
  • Large sitting room with log fire
  • Bedroom with giant double or two single beds
  • Dressing area with wardrobe
  • Large bathroom with separate shower
  • Superb fully fitted kitchen
  • State of the art Linn Hi-Fi for radio & CDs
  • Widescreen Colour TV with video and DVD
  • Telephone
  • Washer, dryer etc.
  • All linen & towels provided

Enjoy a Complimentary Hamper which includes a bottle of wine, milk, tea, coffee, bread, butter or margarine, eggs, oranges, cheese, marmalade, jam, biscuits or cake.

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.

Rates: (Prices quoted in GBP Pounds).

499-550/week

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"Book in early - more than a touch of class"

"One for the grown-ups who like real comfort"

"Nothing short of idyllic"

"Idiosyncratic touches of sheer magic"

"Stylish country retreat with no stinting on quality"