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"Llanfairwaterdine" is the Church of St Mary by the water. The village, in the Teme Valley, is approached along narrow lanes sunk between high hedges. The immediate impression on entering the church is of colour. Each pew has a kneeler decorated in colourful stitching. Closer inspection shows that each also bears the name of a local farm. There is a barrel organ and a carved oak altar rail. The font, below the pulpit, is Saxon.
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Bryn Heulog is a large modern guest house which stands in approximately 3/4 acre of beautiful gardens. It is situated in the village of Llanfairwaterdine in the centre of the Teme Valley, 4 miles from Knighton and only 1.5 miles walking distance from the Offa's Dyke itself. Also close to Jack Myton Trail and Glyndwr's Way. All rooms are on the ground floor and have external doors.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Llanfairwaterdine is 4 miles from Knighton (Trey y Clawdd - 'The Town on the Dyke'). On a wider scale, we are approximately 35 miles from both Hereford and Shrewsbury and only 20 miles from the historic town of Ludlow