Lonely Planet did a secret visit: “decorated with great attention to detail and with the comfort of hikers in mind. Offa Dyke Room and Glyndŵr Room feature views of the eponymous trails, baths in two of the rooms soothe aching bodies, guests’ needs are anticipated with cheerful efficiency and excellent home-cooked dinners are available on request. One of our recommended accommodations in Knighton (Tref-Y-Clawdd).
“We recently enjoyed a very pleasant stay. A comfortable bed, good quality bedlinen, fluffy white towels, quality toiletries and fresh flowers in the room! Breakfast and evening meal were excellent. We stayed here as we planned to walk on the Offa Dyke Path and our host was very helpful in helping us organise taxi’s and buses, and providing local maps. We would definitely recommend a stay.”
“Rooms are comfy and full of character; the bathroom’s big ‘tub’ a welcome luxury after a 15 mile trek! Breakfast cooked to order and good quality, with fresh coffee ‘on tap’. We left with a sense of rested well-being.
“A very lovely place, everything is arranged beautifully. Gave us a very warm welcome.”
“Offa Dyke House is perfectly located in Knighton. We were welcomed by the landlady and made to feel at home. The room was very clean and spacious, the breakfast first class and we left feeling rested and ready to face a hectic day at the Royal Welsh Show.”
“Lovely stay. Right in the heart of the town. Bed very comfortable. ”
“Enjoyed my trip to Knighton, the good weather just made it. I felt at home in the guesthouse and enjoyed the comfortable bed, nice bathroom and the great food. I slept like a log especially after being out in the lovely fresh air most of the time.”
“What a lovely part of the world you live in. Enjoy!”
“We were made extremely welcome. The breakfast was excellent, the house full of interest and, very important for us, without television in the rooms.”