The Castle Inn Knighton is a 17th Century stone built Inn offering a welcoming bar area with a wood burning stove, a cosy dining room and a beautiful sunny garden. Their delicious food is hearty, homemade, locally sourced whenever possible and reflects the seasons. Their signature steak and ale pie is simply scrumptious and they serve authentic Thai cuisine on Tuesdays and Saturdays, an early bird menu from Wednesday to Saturday and curries on Friday nights.
Their bar serves a selection of local real ales, including Wye Valley’s Butty Bach, as well as smooth bitter, draught stout, dry cider, lager and a good selection of wines. Well behaved dogs are welcome in the beer garden, some areas of the bar and within the accomodation areas.
The Castle Inn Knighton have five well kept en-suite bedrooms located in a quiet annex which are privately accessed by steps leading up from their beer garden. In the morning enjoy a hearty cooked breakfast together with cereals, fresh fruit, and juice. They are also happy to pack you a lunch if you are planning a day of walking or cycling and dogs are most welcome for a small additional nightly surcharge. (please bring your dog’s bed with you)
At this small, friendly pub you will find attentive and welcoming hosts who have a reputation of making all of their guests feel truly special.
This wonderful pub is nestled in the beautiful Teme Valley on the border of Powys in Wales and Shropshire in England. A stunning stone viaduct lies at the heart of the village and they are only a short distance from Offa’s Dyke and Glyndwr’s Way.