To email us go to 'contact us' or ring us on 01588 640695. If we don't pick up-ring our mobile, 07899984476. We are usually always here. Single, twin and double rooms available for this weekend, 23rd-24th of August. 2 double en suite rooms available for August B/H weekend.
We have availability for most future week ends and week days.
Helen and Conor welcome you to The Old Farmhouse, a 300 year old stone farmhouse overlooking the beautiful Clun Valley. It is in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty.
The Old Farmhouse is situated next to a working farm. Since no longer being part of the farm, the house has been considerably refurbished but its character has been well retained. If you like oak beams and inglenook fireplaces, you will like The Old Farmhouse.
If you want to get away from it all, you will appreciate the peace and quiet of Woodside. Owls are the only thing you will hear at night.
The absence of light pollution means that on a clear night, the night sky is breath-taking.
The Old Farmhouse is part of the Shropshire Sustainable Business Scheme.
If you like walking, this is a superb location. There are lovely walks from the house; you can reach enchanting woodlands within five minutes.
The Shropshire Way and Offa's Dyke can be reached easily from Woodside. Clun is situated on the most imposing stretches of these long distance footpaths.
To download guides to walking in the local area: www.clun.info
Children and dogs are welcome. We are 'pet friendly' and there is no extra charge for bringing your canine friends with you.
There is ample off road parking and bikes can be securely stored. We welcome motorcyclists. The area is renowned for touring by bike and motorcycle.
The Old Farmhouse has been annually rated FOUR STAR by Visit Britain since 2001. In 2012 Visit Britain changed the way inspections are conducted; as a result we have decided not to no longer use Visit Britain accreditation but we would like to assure our guests they will still receive a four star service.
The Old Farmhouse is part of the 'Shropshire Hills buy local' scheme.