Clun Farm House is set amidst the rolling hills of the once royal hunting ground of Clun forest and offers cosy bed & breakfast accommodation for you and your horse. Stabling, on site corral & grazing are provided as well as ample parking for horse boxes & lorries. We are located in the heart of the village backing onto fields and forests, and are near to three pubs and all village amenities, so there isn't even a need to move the horse box once you arrive!
The day starts with a hearty farmhouse breakfast that will leave you chomping at the bit to hit the trail for superb hacking along quiet lanes and ancient bridleways. Canter through open fields or trot through historic villages as you enjoy the charming patchwork quilt scenery of South Shropshire.
Riders are sure to appreciate the relaxed atmosphere of Clun Farm House with horse friendly hosts to suggest routes or accompany you ensuring you'll enjoy your riding break. We're also conveniently located on the 70 mile 'Jack Mytton Way' long distance bridle path. For a break from riding, trot off to the nearby eclectic towns of Bishops Castle, Ludlow, and Montgomery which are renowned for great food, shopping, and antiquing.
The Woodland Ride
A relaxed meander through thousands of acres of mixed woodland tracks begging to be explored. Wildlife abounds on this popular ride and you might even spot a deer.
The Offa's Dyke Ride
Ride the Saxon earthworks of King Offa's dyke, taking in awe inspiring open views and breathtaking timeless scenery. Imagine you have gone back in time as you experience a landscape unchanged along the ancient border of Wales.
Bury Ditches Ride
Ride the ramparts on this Iron Age hill fort that dates back 3000 years, taking in 360 degrees of spectacular scenery.
Various pubs within riding distance to water you and your horse along the way.
After a ride exploring the myriad of bridleways Anthony may take you up the river Clun on to the medieval jousting field of Clun castle which, after troop inspection! can storm the castle and experience a view unchanged for probably centuries.