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Bed & Breakfast

Tel 01588 660330




Come and stay in a peaceful and idyllic location among the rolling hills of the south Shropshire countryside.

Bush Farm is situated in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' bordered by Clunton Copice a nature reserve designated as a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest'.


The area is a fantastic spot for walkers, riders and birdwatchers with Great Spotted Woodpeckers, Goldfinches, Siskins and nuthatches along with the more common Great Tits, Blue Tits and Sparrows. Kingfishers fly and fish the river regularly along with Herons and Mergansers. Buzzards nest in a large tree in the bottom field  and Red Kites fly effortlessly over the farm daily. 

The river Clun meanders past the garden and on through the fields and has plenty of Trout and Grayling and spawning Salmon at various times of the year. It is also home to Otters, which we have been lucky enough to have seen on a number of occasions usually at dusk. Guests are welcome to fish as long as it has been prearranged with us.

The 15 acres that Bush Farm is set in is home to horses, very tame free range chickens, ducks and geese, goats, Miniature Donkeys, Kune Kune pigs and sheep along with 2 very friendly Labradors. We do assisted or full livery for up to 4 horses and offer people the chance to bring their horse on holiday with them and ride the many bridleways on our doorstep.

Sit and relax in the garden or wander by the river  and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

You can be sure of a warm welcome, great food and a friendly and relaxing atmosphere.



Both our rooms are in a 300 year old converted Granary. Both maintain many original features, having exposed beams and stonework. Please select below to view details of each room.




A Selection of Cereals or Porridge

Fruit Segments and Seasonal  Home Grown Rhubarb, Raspberries etc

Fresh Fruit, Natural Yogurt

Locally Produced Juices


Full English Breakfast

Our Own Free Range Eggs

(Laid by Clarissa and Friends)

Fried, Poached or Scrambled

Locally Produced Sausages, Bacon and Black Pudding

Tomatoes Tinned or Grilled

Fresh Mushrooms, Baked Beans

Fried Bread and Hash Browns


Brown or White Toast


Selection of Herbal and Fruit Teas


Smoked Haddock


Poached Eggs



With Your Choice of Fillings

Plain, Cheese, Mushroom

Bacon, Sausage, Tomato


Any Special Dietary Requirements

By Prior Arrangement

Breakfast Served Between 8.00 and 10.00am



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The Crown Pub is a 5 mins walk and serves good food booking is recommended. Tel: 01588 660265. Clunton Coppice backs onto our fields and is a protected nature reserve. Bury Ditches is an Iron Age Hill Fort about 2.5 miles away taking 5 mins in the car or about a 1 hour steep walk. There are great views on the way to and from the Hill Fort. Free entry.


An historic small town is 2.5 miles away.Taking 5 mins by car or a 45 mins picturesque walk through Sowdley Woods. Clun has it's own Norman Castle ruins and a number of tea shops, a small supermarket and 2 pubs. The White Horse (01588 640305) and The Sun (01588 640559).Clun has a number of events throughout the year including The Green Man Festival, Clun Carnival and a Beer Festival.


A lovely Norman Town is 14 miles away taking 20mins by car. Ludlow has lots to see and do with its 900 year old castle, daily farmers markets in the square and historic wood framed buildings. It has a number of pubs and restaurants with some having a Michelin listing.

Church Stretton

An historic Market Town is 14 miles away taking 20mins by car. Nestled in the South Shropshire Hills  the scenery and views are beautiful. The town itself has a number of interesting  shops, pubs and restaurants. The Long Mynd, a heath and moorland plateau, rears above Church Stretton and provides a spectacular drive or walk with amazing views. Just outside of Church Stretton is Acton Scott Historic Working Farm used in the BBC series 'Victorian farm'.

Craven Arms

A larger town is 7 miles away taking 15mins by car. It has a number of shops, pubs and takeaways. There are some interesting places to visit including the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Land of Lost Content and Stokesay Castle.

Bishops Castle

Is a small Market Town 7 miles away taking 15mins by car. It has an 18th century Town Hall that is the centre for a lot of activity in the town, 2 Museums, a Heritage Centre and 2 Brewerys including the oldest licensed Brewery in the country. Many Pubs, Restaurants, Cafes and Shops line the main street. There is frequent evening entertainment and the town is a centre for Music, Art and Crafts.


...Thank you for such a lovely stay and making us feel so welcome. Elsie had a wonderful time. Also thank you for the early call and lambing experience. Loved it!

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