Located in the stunning Shropshire Hills close to both the historic towns of Clun and Ludlow, our fabulous holiday let makes the perfect base to explore this glorious part of the world.
Visit the stunning medieval market town of Ludlow, famed for its independent shops, restaurants and delis, its thriving market and its Castle, which sits majestically at the town’s centre.
Clun and the Clun Valley nestle in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Clun is a peaceful and truly beautiful town in which you can enjoy a warm welcome from the shops, pubs and places to eat.
Church Stretton, the only town in the Shropshire Hills AONB, lies between the Long Mynd, Cardingmill Valley (owned by the National Trust) and Caer Caradoc. The town has so much to offer, all with stunning views in every direction.
The Offa's Dyke path is right on our doorstep and if you are a keen walker it is not to be missed. Walk the National Trails path and you will experience stunning landscapes and wildlife. Visit the National Trails website for further information.
Cycling from The Grain Loft
If you are a keen cyclist then you will love staying here as there are so many fantastic cycling routes from the door. All the routes take in stunning landscapes and cater for all cycling abilities. Visit Shropshire's Great Outdoors for further information.
Bishops Castle is a quirky and delightful town in South Shropshire that sits on the border of England and Wales. It is famed for its excellent pubs, beer, quality food, walking, cycling, museums, castles, hills and valleys.
Shropshire's Great Outdoors
There are so many wonderful walks from right outside our door - in fact you can step straight on to the Shropshire Way. Don't miss this fabulous opportunity to walk the Shropshire Hills. Visit Shropshire's Great Outdoors for further information.
Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre
The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the Shropshire Hills. This award winning visitor attraction has something for everyone, including a woolly mammoth! Visit their website for further information.