Set in stunning countryside with breathtaking views over the Shropshire Hills. Wild Edrics Estate provides a unique offering to you and your guests. From stunning oak-framed rooms, to gorgeous landscaped gardens, beautiful bedrooms and games rooms, we believe we have everything you need for the most perfect break.
Wild Edrics Estate consist of Llanhedric House, a spacious and elegant country home which has 7 bedrooms and sleeps up to 16 guests. In the same courtyard is The Grain Loft which is a stand alone barn conversion which can sleep up to 4 guests.
Llanhedric House is a spectacular 17th Century House and has a feeling of space and grandeur, yet manages to maintain a homely and welcoming ambience. The house and gardens are south facing with uninterrupted views that stretch across the fields over the Clun Valley and overlook Clun Castle ruins. The extensive gardens are yours to enjoy, dine alfresco on the outside seating area, play the garden games or let the children play on the swings or run around in a safe and fun environment.
The Grain Loft is a beautifully restored barn conversion that is rustically old yet excitingly new. This bespoke property has maintained its original oak beams, high ceilings and restored stone walls whilst delivering a unique, comfortable home.
Downstairs is a spacious, fully equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms and open plan living and dining space. Upstairs is a stunning open plan bedroom with a King bed and 2 single beds separated by a dramatic sheer divider.
Situated in the wild and unspoilt South Shropshire Countryside and in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ONB). The Shropshire Way and Offas Dyke footpaths lead direct from the House, whether its walking, running or cycling this is a fabulous peaceful area of the country to explore.
The Grain Loft overlooks the stunning Clun Valley. With curvaceous fields, meandering streams and castle ruins all in one eye shot, it doesn't get any prettier.
The property is a couple of miles from Clun, a small and ancient town with a beautiful river running through it, overlooked by the atmospheric ruins of a Norman Castle. With a couple of good local pubs that serve good food, a quant little cafe, a convenience store and garage it has as much as you need nearby.
Nearby is the quirky town of Bishop’s Castle where the shops are a delight - the majority are locally owned. Add to that a wonderful delicatessen, several interesting cafes and six pubs, not to mention the two breweries!
With so much to see and do you'll have so much fun exploring Shropshire.
Visit beautiful Ludlow, with some of the country's best restaurants and pubs, independent shops, craft and local produce markets, and a stunning Medieval Castle in the centre. Take a boat trip down the River Severn and learn about the history of Shrewsbury. Visit Iron Bridge, home to the Industrial Revolution, drive up the Longmynd hill tops and catch a glimpse of wild horse and grouse, or visit the local Alpaca farm.
There's also endless options nearby for fun activities to enjoy what ever your age.
Why not enjoy horse trekking through beautiful countryside, handgliding off the Long Mynd Hill, hiring mountain bikes and trial across hills and forest, or dare to go high rope climbing through the forest. For something less physical do a day class in glass fusing, pottery or cookery using Shropshire finest local produce, or feeling brave go on a Ghost tour and see one of the last execution rooms at Shrewsbury Jailhouse tour.
Why not time your visit with one of the many local festivals such as the Ludlow Food Festival, The Green Man festival in Clun, The Bishop's Real Ale Festival, Shrewsbury Regatta, Ludlow Jazz Festival, and Shrewsbury Flower Show.
With so much to do in and around the House you'll never be bored and guests repeatedly tell us they wish they could stay longer.Get the full listing »