‘The quietest place under the sun’, to quote A E Housman in his famous poem, ‘A Shropshire Lad’. 

Clun is small, picture postcard perfect and it’s where you can escape totally from modern day hustle and bustle. You will love the 15th Century Packhorse Bridge which crosses the River Clun and divides the town into its ancient part to the south and its ‘newer’ part to the north – which is Norman and home to 
the fascinating ruins of the Norman Castle.  Follow the Clun Heritage Trail to make sure you miss nothing. 
At the Clun Museum there’s much to learn about this ancient place and the surrounding area, from Offa’s Dyke to the Bury Ditches Hillfort. 
Don’t miss this idyllic spot or the rest of the beautiful Clun Valley.