Little Hall Cottage
Set in the beautiful Clun valley, Little Hall Cottage overlooks the river, with easy access to road and footpaths. Our B&B offers guests two en suite rooms (one double or one double/twin) and guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast in our cosy 18th century breakfast room. Guests are welcomed with tea and home made cake on arrival.
The recently converted oak frame bedrooms are set into the hill, adjoining the 18th century cottage, and have been completed with a sedum roof, blending in with the surroundings. The view from the bedrooms are always changing with the seasons, the meadow below with grazing sheep or cows, the hills with patchwork fields.
Just relax on the terrace with a coffee or an afternoon tea and watch the countryside at its best, wheeling Buzzards, the odd Red Kite and Swallows darting across the field, the herons stalking in the river.
If you enjoy walking, we have a full range of walks from easy to strenuous. The world famous Offa’s Dyke is only a few minutes away and the Shropshire Way runs along the ridge opposite. The Clun Valley is exactly half way on the Offa’s Dyke path and is probably the best preserved part. A short walk up the hill to the South of us meets the path.
The whole area is steeped in history from prehistoric hill forts and standing stones to medieval castles, which bear witness to the turbulent past of this border county.
There is always plenty going on in this part of the world. Festivals are held 10 months of the year ranging from food and drink, sport, arts and crafts, music and performance. The Clun Green Man festival in May draws in visitors from far and wide, and Ludlow is renowned for its Spring and Autumn food fairs and the races which take place from October to May. Bishops Castle holds an Arts Festival in February, and Walking Festival in June.