Presteigne Holidays Locations
Presteigne & Bleddfa, Nr.Knighton
Short Breaks always available
We can be very flexible with our booking dates, just contact us to arrange
Small family discount
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Bed and Breakfast
We are now offering Bed and Breakfast in double or twin rooms with en-suite facilities.Prices are from £37 per person per night, including a continental breakfast basket.
Please contact us for availability. Children and pets are welcome. (see Tarrif and Booking form)
Updated: July 9, 2012
Updated: April 8, 2012
The Daily Telegraph
The Daily Telegraph listed Presteigne as one of their 'little marvels'; the top 10 small towns in UK
Knighton Golf Course
Knighton Golf Course offers one of the best rounds in central Wales. It boasts everything that a great course should; wonderful views from nearly every hole, a challenge that differs from hole to hole and enough character to keep you interested even if you are not playing at your best.
Learn to FLY
Why not visit Shobdon aerodrome and have a trial flight in a helicopter or fixed wing aircraft.
It's a great place to spend a day and have a meal in their licenced restaurant while you watch the flying. The RAF often buzz the airfield if they are passing nearby (with ATC approval I hasten to add)
Presteigne, a former Radnor county town, is a pretty border town with black and white half timbered buildings. A thriving community, Presteigne hosts a number of cultural festivals during the year. The Judge's Lodgings museum is an award winning attraction with an appeal to all ages. The town is also ideal for exploring the Welsh Marches, as a touring base and visiting historic sites and gardens.
For more details of local services and amenities, see Presteigne.com
- Presteigne on AboutBritain
- Presteigne's award winning museum, "The Judge's lodgings"Presteigne Baptist Church
- Knighton is a small and picturesque medieval border town. The town is situated on Offa's Dyke long distance path and hosts the Offa's Dyke visitors centre, which also doubles as the Tourist Information Office. There are several pubs and restaurants as well as take-away outlets and a wide range of shopping.
Knighton is also on the Heart of Wales line from Shrewsbury to Llanelli & Swansea. The railway journey is a must as it meanders towards Swansea in the south and to Shrewsbury in the north, taking in 120 miles of glorious and varying country. Please be aware that there are only 4 trains in each direction, so care must be taken to plan ahead and not miss the last train home!
There are several public houses and restaurants offering variety for all age groups. Coupled with the local take-away outlets, our guests could almost get away without using Kinsley Villa's refitted kitchen at all.
- Knighton on AboutBritain
- Offa's Dyke centre
Round and About
Short drives will take you walking in the Brecon Beacons and Elan Valley, sight-seeing and shopping in picturesque border towns of Ludlow and Hereford, searching for books in Hay-on-Wye, or following Black and White Village Trail around some of the most attractive villages in Britain.
More information about tourism at Powys can be found at the the Powys tourism site, where there is a wealth of information about the area including activities, attractions, gardens and events.