Radnorshire Arms Hotel
Radnorshire Arms Hotel

Presteigne is a particularly fine little town on the Welsh side of the border with England, a bridge linking the two countries there, its attractions including a unique carillon and a wealth of Georgian and half-timbered houses... Read More

"Presteigne - Neither in England nor Wales, simply in Radnorshire"
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Norton Manor Hotel

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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Forest Inn Hotel

Forest Inn Hotel

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The Fforest Inn Hotel is now under new ownership. Our aim is to provide quality in all areas, from the food and drink we serve to the rooms you stay ... More

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Radnorshire Arms Hotel

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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Staunton House (4.32 miles)

Staunton House

Staunton House is an early 19th Century rectory set in countryside near the historic town of Leominster, providing extremely comfortable B&B accommodation.

If you're a fan of rural countryside, this is an ideal place to ... More | visit website

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Burton Hotel (4.97 miles)

Burton Hotel

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Set within a modernised coaching inn, this charming residence is situated on the Offaís Dyke footpath in the small market town of Kington, which lies on the Welsh border. During your stay ... More

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Horse & Jockey (5.18 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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Knighton Hotel (5.19 miles)

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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Bateman Arms (5.56 miles)

Bateman Arms

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The Bateman Arms, an 18th Century three storey Inn with rooms, is situated in the village of Shobdon in the unspoilt County of Herefordshire on the English, Welsh Border. The listed ... More

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The Baron at Bucknell (6.46 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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Brick House Farm (6.71 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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Mortimers Cross Inn (6.86 miles)

Mortimers Cross Inn

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This charming, family run, 12th century inn, set amidst beautiful countryside, boasts many original period features whilst offering you a wealth of modern conveniences for ... More

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Castle Inn (7.20 miles)

Castle Inn

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This small and friendly guest house is situated in an imposing 16th century stone-built building, ideally located in the heart of the Teme Valley in Wales on the English border. Castle Inn ... More

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Holly Bush (7.28 miles)

Holly Bush

Three beautiful cottages, tastefully converted from 16th century farm buildings and located on a 500 acre working livestock farm in the scattered rural hamlet of Luntley. With exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers the ... More

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