Murphy visited a number of times during his holiday break nearby during September 2015 (and, in doing so, followed in Hamish's footsteps). The castle is now only a partial ruin but there is sufficient of its tower to give a good impression of its original size and importance. The motte and ditches add to this. A number of information boards provide a strong flavour of the site’s once dominance of the Clun Valley. This free to visit site is dog friendly with plenty of space for you and your best friend to explore. There are benches looking out over a bend in the river and the countryside beyond. There’s a public car park and toilets. Well worth a visit with your dog if you have an hour or so to spare.
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DogPeople Says : Clun Castle
In Clun, off A488, 18 miles West of Ludlow (OS Map 137; ref SO 299809).
The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of a Welsh Border Norman castle, its tall keep unusually set on the side of its mound.
All year at any reasonable time.
Dogs on leads are welcome - contact site for any restrictions. Assistance dogs are welcome everywhere.
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