Rainbow over Dick Turpin Cottage

How to Find Dick Turpin Cottage, Clun

Route from Centre of Clun

From centre of CLUN go south over the narrow hump-back bridge and straight on towards the Church

Follow the A488 towards KNIGHTON for 1 mile}

COCKFORD HALL is high up on the right hand side.

Look out for a red warning triangle (Slow Horses!) on the left, and a green COCKFORD HALL sign:

Take the farm track opposite then the gate on the right up drive to house.

THE DICK TURPIN COTTAGE is just to the left of the main house. Please park in the space next to the steps up to the Cottage.

WARNING – We have a very steep gravel drive and it is easier if you can maintain a steady speed all the way up without stopping.

Motorway route London to Clun, Shropshire

(170 miles)

From Marble Arch follow signs “The West A40” for 17 miles A40 runs straight into M40. Follow signs for BIRMINGHAM.

At Junction 10 65 miles from London is CHERWELL VALLEY SERVICE AREA.

At 90 miles from London is WARWICK SERVICE AREA.

At Junction 15 Go Forward signposted The North/Birmingham.

Go past Junction 16 Forward signposted SOUTH WEST.

Road is now M42. Go Forward past Junction 1 (118 miles) then keep on left to Junction 4A to join M5.

Follow signs to M5 NORTH WEST (119miles)

Leave M5 at next junction 4 Signposted STOURBRIDGE A491

At HAGLEY Roundabout (128 miles) turn left on to A456 Follow signs to KIDDERMINSTER.

At KIDDERMINSTER take Ring Road A456 Signposted LEOMINSTER

Follow A456 BEWDLEY Bypass

Keep on A456 past CALLOW HILL then turn right on to A4117 signposted CLEOBURY MORTIMER

Go towards LUDLOW on A4117 through Cleobury Mortimer

At Junction with A49 turn right signposted SHREWSBURY (154 miles)

Keep on A49 to CRAVEN ARMS (162 miles) then turn left take B4368 signposted CLUN

At CLUN (169 miles) go over bridge signposted KNIGHTON

Follow A488 towards KNIGHTON for 1 mile

COCKFORD HALL is on the right hand side. Look out for a red Horse warning triangle on the left. Take the farm track opposite then gate on right up drive to house.

WARNING – We have a very steep gravel drive and it is easier if you can maintain a steady speed all the way up without stopping.