A warm welcome awaits at Offa Dyke House, a tastefully refurbished B&B on the Welsh Borders, in Knighton, the town on Offa’s Dyke. On Radnor Ring cycle route, secure lockable cycle storage.
Offa Dyke House
A warm welcome awaits at Offa Dyke House, a tastefully refurbished deluxe B&B on the Welsh Borders, in Knighton, the town on Offa’s Dyke.
Situated at the start of a pedestrianised lane called the Narrows, the 16th century house retains a certain old world charm. But with power showers in the guest bathrooms, central heating and free high speed wifi, there's no need to forego contemporary creature comforts. As you sip your first latte or cappuccino of the day, you can observe the eighth century dyke that stretches into the distance north and south of Knighton; the dining area at Offa Dyke House commands an excellent view of these rolling hills. For those who choose to do more than look, the Glyndwr's Way path starts right outside the house, and the Offa's Dyke path a few minutes away in either direction (head south for Hay on Wye, north for the Long Mynd). We're also directly on the Radnor Ring cycle route. There is a garden with seating for guest use, and minutes away are lovely picnic spots on the River Teme.
For more details you can call Serena on 07754604373.
From around £49.00
- Children Welcome
- Secure Bike Lockup
- Dry Room
- Evening Meals
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4 High Street, Knighton, LD7 1AT
1x En-Suite Twin
2x En-Suite Double
1x En-Suite Family
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