The White Horse Inn
The White Horse Inn was a post house in the time when Clun was a bustling market town in this part of Shropshire, Bishop's Castle, Craven Arms & Church Stretton were all much smaller then. Clun's link to the sheep droving routes made it the larger town. However, the railways and the motor vehicle came and Clun has drifted back to be a very quie place, although still with a vibrant life.
The White Horse Inn is a busy, lively inn, please do not come if you want a sterile 'pub' experience or do not want to engage in conversation with our friendly locals.
In the recent past we were Shrewsbury and West Shropshire Pub of the Year and we have been in the CAMRA good beer guide every year since 2001 when the Limonds took over. We hold the Cask Marque for beer quality.
Our bed and breakfast has received three stars from the English Tourist Board. We also have the Walkers and Cyclists Welcome status.
We pride ourselves on the number & quality of local ales and ciders that we serve. We additionally sell a select number of continental bottled beers.
We aim to source our food as locally as possible, a full list if suppliers is available on our site. To this end the owner is a shareholder in the local abattoir.
Soon we will we brewing our own beers in a purpose built brewery in one of the back sheds.
At the rear of the pub we have a delightful beer garden that has had stonewalling renovated in the last few years. There is also a purpose built smoking shelter in this area.
In the close area there are many activities, these again can be seen on our website. Walks include the Shropshire Way, Jack Mytton Way, Wild Edric's Way and the Offas Dyke Path. Fascinating local places are the Acton Scott Working Farm, venue of the BBC2 program 'Victorian Farm'. We are also a stones throw from beautiful Ludlow with its Castle and Food Festival.
Our advice is come to Clun, take relaxing walks in our beautiful countryside, relax in the pubs and take some time to get back to a proper pace of life.
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This page was last updated: 05 July 2012