The Crown Inn, Newcastle-on-Clun, near Ludlow

Main Street, Newcastle, SY7 8QL

From £50/night More Details

We say...

The Crown Inn is situated amongst glorious countryside in the beautiful and peaceful Clun Valley. This is a walkers and cyclists paradise and the hotel offers a lockable bike store. Nearby Clun has pretty river walks, ancient streets, Offa's Dyke and a Norman castle to explore...

English Country Inns


Welcome to The Crown, a 17th century country inn nestled within the rolling Shropshire Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Offering bed and breakfast accommodation, excellent home cooked food, real ales and a great atmosphere, The Crown Inn is the perfect location for a peaceful getaway retreat in the country.

Why not spend a relaxing night or two at The Crown Inn and recharge the batteries. Imagine gazing at the night skies looking out for the occasional shooting star, whilst listening to the distant sounds of bleating sheep or hooting owls. In the morning (after a hearty breakfastof course!) you can enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing, golfing... or simply sit back and take in the breathtaking views of the Clun Valley.

The Crown Inn offers three twin / double en-suite rooms, each with tea & coffee making facilities, TV's, DVD's, CD's, radios, alarm clocks and hairdryers. Guests are also welcome to use the free Wi-Fi service to access the internet.

Our 24 seater dining room offers comfort and relaxation whilst dining, during the winter months come & enjoy dining in the warmth of a large wood burner. Our extensive menu will suit all tastes and preferences, all at affordable prices.

The bar serves real ales, fine wines and a wide selection of beers and soft drinks, and also features south facing beer garden.

The Crown is situated in the picturesque Clun Valley, approximately 3½ miles west of the historic town of Clun, nestled amidst the rolling Shropshire Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its location makes it an ideal base for people who enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing, golfing or visiting the historic towns and attractions found in and around the Shropshire Hills, the Welsh border & beyond...

Day trips to the Acton Scott Historic Working Farm, Ludlow Castle, the Severn Valley Railway or the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, are just a few of the 90+ attractions in the area, or if the sun is shining, why not take a drive further afield and head to the coast to visit one of the many well known popular Mid Wales seaside resorts.

At a Glance:

On Site Parking ~ 5 Bedrooms ~ Pets Not Allowed ~ Free WiFi

Nearby Attractions:

Ludlow Castle ~ Stokesay Castle ~ Offa's Dyke National Trail ~ Shropshire Hills

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