KnightonCopyright Colin Smith

Knighton is an ancient market town spreading scenically up a hillside, actually on Offa’s Dyke, and with a variety of castles nearby that speak volumes of the turbulent past of this marcher district... Read More

Hotels in Knighton - 6 places to stay

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Horse & Jockey Inn

Horse & Jockey Inn

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Originally a 14th century coaching inn, the Horse & Jockey offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, owned by the same family since 1989. Situated in Knighton town, close to the Offa's Dyke ... More

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Knighton Hotel

Knighton Hotel

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For business or pleasure The Knighton Hotel has much to offer. Situated on the Welsh Border, in the beautiful County of Powys, The Knighton Hotel is within easy driving ... More

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Horse & Jockey (0.22 miles)

Originally a 14th century coaching inn, the Horse & Jockey offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, owned by the same family since 1989. Situated in Knighton town, close to the Offa's Dyke Centre, the inn offers ... More | visit website
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Norton Manor Hotel (3.70 miles)

Norton Manor Hotel

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Norton Manor Hotel is a Victorian Manor House built in 1858. It became the home of 1st Baronet of Radnorshire Sir Richard Green-Price and his extensive family. Sir Richard owned ... More

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The Baron at Bucknell (4.29 miles)

The Baron at Bucknell
The Baron at Bucknell (formerly known as The Baron of Beef) is a traditional free house country inn set in the pretty village of Bucknell with stunning views of rolling Shropshire hills and just 20 ... More | visit website
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The Bothy (5.22 miles)

The Bothy

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In an area of outstanding natural beauty, this historic 18th century, Grade II listed cottage stands in the centre of the charming village of Clun, just a ... More

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Radnorshire Arms Hotel (5.34 miles)

Radnorshire Arms Hotel

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The Radnorshire Arms is a warm and welcoming, family run hotel which lies at the heart of the old county town of Radnorshire, Presteigne (Llanandras in Welsh, meaning 'the church ... More

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The Crown Inn (6.52 miles)

The Crown Inn
If you like walking, cycling, fishing, golfing or bird watching, the Crown is ideally situated for exploring some of the best opportunities in and around the surrounding area. Set in the heart of the picturesque ... More | visit website
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The Crown Inn (6.52 miles)

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The Crown, a 17th Century Drovers Inn is located in the Clun Valley, within half a mile of the Offa's Dyke path & app. 3˝ miles from the historic town ... More

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The Quarry House (6.61 miles)

The Quarry House
Situated in the beautiful Clun Valley, The Quarry House was originally a barn belonging to a neighbouring farm. Converted some years ago, we now offer high quality bed and breakfast in the form of a ... More | visit website
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Brick House Farm (7.15 miles)

Brick House Farm
Brick House Farm is an original Tudor farmhouse on a working smallholding. We are located in the Welsh Marches, in North Herefordshire near the borders with Shropshire and Wales. The house has two luxury bedrooms, ... More | visit website
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Old Downton Lodge (8.92 miles)

Old Downton Lodge

Situated only 6 miles away from the town of Ludlow, this enchanting hotel is set in its own private grounds and boasts uninterrupted views across the Shropshire and Herefordshire Hills.

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