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Set in Knighton, The Knighton Hotel by Paymán Club features a shared lounge, garden and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. The units in the hotel are equipped with a... The property was immaculate, very cosy with a warm feeling.
With a terrace and a bar, The Red Lion is located in Knighton and features free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries, a hair dryer and... Everything...very friendly and helpful host and hostess.
Boasting a spa bath, Long Wood Lodges is located in Knighton. The accommodations is 22 mi from Llandrindod Wells, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. Brilliant location, bed clean and well presented. Added little bits just made it even better. Village is only 2 miles away. Very friendly and helpful. Definitely going to make it a yearly trip away! Couldn't be any happier. The hot tub was checked everyday to make sure it was running as it should for us. It had everything you need for a few days away
A picturesque village in the valley of the River Teme, it has many historical buildings and quaint little streets. It also has one of the best musical instrument shops around, along with some great restaurants and hostelries.
I was only there a few hours. It is a very isolated community and not a place I would care to live in. However, it is very attractively situated and full of interesting shops and very friendly people. Ideal for a one-night stay. Unusual in that the railway station is in Shropshire, I think, whereas the town is in Powys. This leads to several anomalies which I was told about! It is of course ideal for the Heart of Wales railway line, which was my reason for staying there
The town is a great place to explore. Talk to the locals; the're friendly and want to help you enjoy your stay. Some great walks along Offa's Dyke. If you're feeling really energetic try Panpunton hill and Castle Hill, Knucklas. Both worth the effort when you get to the top!
A charming little town that is also home to the Offa’s Dyke visitor centre. The latter is worth a visit even if you’re not intending to walk anywhere along Offa’s Dyke. There are lots of lovely walks in & around Knighton.
This hotel is set in beautiful countryside by a river but there are no good walks along it which is a pity. There is a walk up a fairly steep hill to St . Michael’s Church which is centuries old and worth a visit. The hotel is very old but has been refurbished to a high standard and is very comfortable. The staff are really friendly and try very hard to please. As I was walking to St Michaels Church I passed a few local people and they were all very friendly
Knighton is a great place to stay. It has plenty of Real Ale Pubs that have good menus. Plenty of other restaurants and small shops and supermarkets for supplies. Knighton has a great atmosphere and is a great place to visit. Our family of 4 ate in the BANC public house which offered high quality food at a resonable price. Likewise the George & Dragon next door. Watsons is a true real ale pub according to our host Martin from the Bunk House Anex where we stayed, but sadly I didn't get the opportunity to go in due to our short visit.
Bed very comfy and breakfast delicious