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Half way! Knighton`s Welsh name, Tref-y-Clawd, is Town on the Dyke, indicating that Offa`s Dyke actually passes through the town. Suitably enough, the Offa`s Dyke Centre opened here in 1999. It has a variety of facilities, all designed to involve children in Anglo Saxon culture.
The clock in the main street was created in 1872. The Powys Observatory, open for tours at 2pm on Sundays, houses active telescopes, a planetarium and a section on seismology.
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Offas Dyke House now under new management, is centrally located in the heart of Knighton, opposite the clock tower and within a minutes walk of restaurants and pubs. Free WiFi available.
Distance from path: on route
OS reference: 285725
1 single ensuite room
1 double ensuite room
1 twin ensuite room
Last updated: 5/8/2013
The Fleece House
Market Street, Knighton Powys LD7 1BB
Property type: Guesthouse
Four star guesthouse, quality accommodation, en-suite or private facilities, converted 18th Century Coaching Inn, central location. Large lock up barn for bicycles.
We have three twin rooms with ensuite or private facilities from £60 for the smaller room.
Luggage transfers available.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Knighton is set in the beautiful countryside of the Welsh Marches. Offa's Dyke, the historic boundary between Wales and England, runs through the town as does the long distance Offa's Dyke footpath which runs 176 miles from Chepstow to Prestatyn. The spectacular scenery around Knighton offers a rich variety of walks to suit all abilities. Please confirm to Mrs Simmons via email.
Distance from path: 0.1 miles
OS reference: 285724
3 twin ensuite rooms
Last updated: 8/20/2012
Lloyney, Knighton Powys LD7 1RG
Property type: B & B
Lying in the quiet and beautiful Teme Valley, this C16 mill and cottage is set in beautiful gardens.
We offer two double and two single rooms and have a large art studio available to hire.
Our breakfasts have been described at 5* and we use our own and other local produce as much as possible.
There is a pub opposite us for evening meals (not Mondays).
Free pick up from train station and free lift to and from the Offas Dyke path.
Distance from path: 1 mile
OS reference: 066 252
2 single rooms (shared facilities)
2 double rooms (shared facilities)
Last updated: 8/20/2012
Horse and Jockey Inn
Wylcwm Plaace, Knighton LD7 1AG
Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
The Horse and Jockey Inn is a 14th Century Coaching Inn. There are two bars, one cosy snug bar with log fire, full of character and friendly locals. The main bar with pool table and leather sofas. Large courtyard with restaurant at the end. We are a food led Inn owned by chef/owner Gary and Jacqui Salt since 1989.
New for 2007 6 luxury en suite rooms built in the Hayloft above the restaurant, former stables.
All rooms with bath/shower finished and furnished to a high standard new for 2007. Tea/ Coffee, flat screen LCD television.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Rooms can be booked on a room only basis.
THE CLIVE, situated 2 miles north of Ludlow Shropshire, offers accommodation and good food in stylish surroundings. With restaurant and cafe bar for food and drink. "Superb, highest quality British food but without the formality. Affordable luxury with beautifully presented, elegant and expertly cooked dishes. The Clive Restaurant has a reputation for outstanding food."
15 ensuite bedrooms for bed & breakfast accommodation; also including conference facilities. Telephone and internet access point, disabled rooms and facilities available.
Location and supplementary information[view map] We are in an area blessed with a wealth of varied landscapes and places to visit, making it ideal for short breaks or a longer stay. We are approximately 20 mins from Knighton which I think must be the closest point of the Dyke to us at Bromfield. Bromfield is on the A49 road just north of Ludlow, and from here you take the Leintwardine road to Knighton to meet the Dyke.