Straddling the Wales-England border, lies the centuries old, quaint town of Knighton in Powys with its half-timbered black and white houses and a proud clock tower in the centre. Surrounding the tower are traditional pubs where those choosing to holiday in the village are very welcome all year round. Take the Town Trail and visit all the town’s historical places of interest such as an old Norman mound or a private beautiful garden. Being surrounded by such fabulous countryside the diversity of enchantingly beautiful walks to embark upon mean you’ll never see the same piece of scenery twice. The town sits on a part of Offa’s Dyke and a visit to the Offa’s Dyke Centre will offer lots of information about accessible walks along the Dyke itself.
Tractor Shed sits on a 20-acre hillside farm overlooking the rural Welsh village of Felindre, near Knighton in Powys, once a traditional stone barn, now lovingly converted into a dog-friendly holiday cottage, with spa bath, eco-friendly cedar hot tub, and exposed stone walls.
Speed things up a little with a hired bike and cycle your way across green meadows and dirt tracks. Indulge in a spot of fishing along the River Terne and try your luck at contributing to the delectable food and drink that is served up every night in pubs and restaurants in and around Knighton. Experience fine dining at The Horse and Jockey Inn with a wonderful mix of vibrant energy and world standard food. Knighton is a great treat any time of year and will be sure to impress and entertain.