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Tel code: 01544 | code search
Postcode: LD7 | code search
Population: 3900
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Kinsley
"Excellent value. Friendly welcome, bright clean room, super shower etc and a relaxing TV lounge with endless tea and coffee.Very good breakfast to set you up for a hard days ..." More

Horse & Jockey
"Good Points: Room was recently refurbished to a good standard.Food excellant and staff freindly Bad Points: Only negative comment was the towels were an off pink colour so had obviously been ..." More

Horse & Jockey
"Good Points: Room very clean and well presented. Furnishings very good. General review: A very pleasant stay. Very friendly staff.

Date visited: 2008-09-12 ..." More

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The old market town of Knighton lies on the border of England and Wales on the banks of the River Teme. The Weslh name for town, Tref –y- Clawdd translting as the town on the dyke whilst the English name of Knighton is said to be derived from settlement of the knights, and both interpretations are correct. Located in Mid Wales the town of Knighton straddles the border between England and Wales, where Powys meets Shropshire and has an historic past located around mid way along Offa’s Dyke Path – its close association with the town is evident after years of lobbying it is a designated National Trail with a dedicated information centre that is enjoyed by thousands of visitors every year. If you spend time in Knighton then it is worth exploring the narrow streets where there are many traditional, and local shops, and there is the market which is still held today around the clock tower. From the top of the hill you will see how the town grew down the hill, originally established close to the castle at the top as confidence and the town both grew it stretched down the hill. Today Knighton is not just for ramblers to enjoy, take time to visit this interesting town and to enjoy the hospitality that it has to offer.

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Erw Vane Surgery
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Farmers Market

Knighton Farmers Market

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Knighton Golf Course

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Horse & Jockey Inn

Market

Knighton Country Market
Knighton Farmers Market

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Golden Lion
Horse & Jockey Inn
Kinsley
Knighton Hotel

Restaurant

Horse & Jockey Inn
Milebrook House Hotel

Saffron
Waterdine

School

Knighton Church In Wales Primary School

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Medlicottsnows Solicitors

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Knighton Taxis

Vet

Midwales Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Knighton CC (Cricket)

Shops

Flower Box
Evans & Jones
H Gwyther & Son Ltd

Activities

Griffin-Lloyd Shooting Ground(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Knighton

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Knighton Hotel (0.20 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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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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Castle Inn (2.23 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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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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