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We booked accommodation for 4 purely because it was close to a wedding venue we were attending. What a very pleasant surprise! The rooms were excellent - roomy, clean and comfortable. The staff couldn't have been more helpful - even ironed my son's shirt! The...More
Stayed for two nights using a voucher. We were in room 2 which was perfect, with old beams and a really cosy feel to it. Very clean. The pub and restaurant are run separately but both really welcoming. We ate in the pub both nights....More
We were walking the Offa's Dyke - it was pouring so we arrived at 7.30pm on foot completely exhausted and soaked through. The staff could not have been more welcoming and we had an excellent meal, with lovely home-made food, good beer, and a wonderful...More
Arrived on a rainy day - voucher experience , pub closed @ 3pm and looked very shabby from the outside . Front needs weeding , hanging baskets and planters dead .... car park and outdoor seating really not well kept .... We almost went home...More
Only complaint for Offas Dyke hikers is that this little village is a long way to come down off the ridge and then have to climb up the steep hill the next day. Otherwise, this was a lovely old inn with a friendly staff and...More
I think dogs are allowed. I know they aren't allowed in the main dining area but are allowed in the bar. I'd ring the hotel to double check. They were very friendly and accommodating so hopefully you'll be lucky!
Response from GerrardClan | Reviewed this property |
Hi yes there is car parking at the back of the pub enough for about 15 cars and it's for residents at the pub. Breakfast is good and evening meals are good because it's in the middle of nowhere I'm sure you will enjoy your... More
Hi yes there is car parking at the back of the pub enough for about 15 cars and it's for residents at the pub. Breakfast is good and evening meals are good because it's in the middle of nowhere I'm sure you will enjoy your stay.
Response from Sussexswede | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what your definition of easy is! Newcastle is a small village no more than a quarter mile form end to end and a stroll around the cottages and down to the river can be very peaceful. Surrounded by... More
It depends on what your definition of easy is! Newcastle is a small village no more than a quarter mile form end to end and a stroll around the cottages and down to the river can be very peaceful. Surrounded by tall hills either side means there are spectacular views along the valley from the tops which are accessible by car or you could try a stretch of the Offas Dyke which runs from just outside the village by the church and off up the hillside. It's probably at the upper limit of "easy" though.
Clun itself can be walked along quiet lanes via Whitcott Keysett and is about 3 miles away with teashop, gallery, museum and pubs but check opening days first. If you do decide to come, bring your binoculars for the wide variety of birds to see from goldcrest to red kite. I hope you enjoy your trip.
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"Really nice village pud in quiet pretty shropshire village"