Holiday Cottages In Knighton To Rent
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Knighton is the only town to sit on the Offa’s Dyke and is the midpoint of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail. If you enjoy walking this spot is a great place to stay. Even aside from this National Trail, there are plenty of trails to explore this fantastic landscape. When it’s time for refreshment, there are some tasty places to grab a bite to eat or enjoy a drink. Full of Welsh charm, Knighton is a relaxing place to stay.
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Jane - verified booking
"S21365 is set in a peaceful location and is about 10 minutes walk from the town. It has its own parking space by the property which could probably house 2 vehicles. The entrance lobby houses the boiler has coat hanging pegs and is a great space for muddy boots to be left! There is a toilet in this area which houses the very useful washing machine and separate tumble dryer. Remember to bring your own liquid/tablets if you're planning on using the washer though. The flagged floor leads the way through to an open plan kitchen/diner with one side all windows and leading out to a decking area which overlooks a small stream - very private. The kitchen is well equipped and clean. It includes a dishwasher (some tablets were available for this), microwave, separate fridge and freezer and good cooking facilities. A small tray of teabags/coffee/UHT milks had been left which was enough to see us through before purchasing our own supplies.The living area is comfortable with 2 settees and a chair with the focal point being the wood burning stove. Even though we had a couple of cold nights we didn't need to use it as the central heating system was so good. However a few logs had been left but we didn't see any cleaning equipment (brush/pan etc) had we used it. The TV gets Sky on the basic package, which was great. No wifi though and phone signal was patchy too - good if you don't mind getting away from it all!The end of the barn houses a twin bedroom on the lower level with the bathroom nearby. The bathroom has a lovely bath with shower but the toilet seat needs a bit of a tighten up, also could do with blinds even though the windows are opaque and there are no nearby neighbours.The upper level houses a double bedroom, very comfortable and has en-suite facilities. The shower does the job although it took a short time to get the right temperature. Remember to bring your own shampoo/shower/bath gels - soaps and good towels are provided. The en-suite could also do with a velux blind.Both bedrooms have TVs but we couldn't get either to work properly - we managed to get the Freeview in the double bedroom but only one channel.We found the whole property to be very clean and unexpectedly free of cobwebs despite its high rafters. A very comfortable stay - would definitely return :)"
ALAN - verified booking
"This beautifully appointed cottage is situated in an idyllic setting amidst the Welsh hills, just across the border from Shropshire. For those of us who live in a crowded south east of England and who have to tolerate the roar of the motorway, noisy helicopters and constant police and ambulance sirens it is like being transported into another world. There are places of historical interest nearby (a very old church just a few hundred yards away) and one can find literature on the subject in the cottage. The nearest town is Knighton, just a short drive away, where one can eat at the Horse & Jockey Inn a pub/restaurant which boasts a menu that is as tasty as it is interesting. If you prefer to eat in, however, S21371 has everything you need for cooking. As is to be expected in such a remote and hilly area, radio and phone signals are not the best but the owners have shown consideration by installing a land line for use in emergencies or for short local calls. To my delight I was unable to obtain a signal for the television but that was probably because the remotes were beyond my capabilities. Besides, who needs TV when there are beautiful hills and a clear, star-filled sky to gaze at? One tiny reservation: do be careful not to bump your head on the bedroom beam (I placed an item of clothing over it and thereby avoided headaches) and don't bring your ageing granny as, even if she could negotiate the twisting stairs, I doubt if she'd get back down. I am not a religious man but, if there is a heaven, it could well be something like a permanent stay in S21371."
- kymnsteve, September 2018 - verified booking
"My husband booked this for us & family for my 30th in February, pulling up to the cottage I was sceptical and thinking it's not going to be nice inside.. as the saying goes "don't judge a book by its cover" inside was spotless I fell in love! very spacious. the welcome basket was lovely with wine, bread, Welsh cakes, tea bags, coffee even flowers left on the table was so thoughtful of the owners, we did meet the owner as the shower was leaking which we didn't know so when we arrived he popped down with someone else to put some filler in.. we asked about the cottages history and he told us it was very interesting and lovely that it has been kept in the family. the decor is nice.. with comfortable beds and bathrooms were of good size, games room and hot tub was an added bonus also the washing machine was much needed.. I would definately recommend this to others and will be back again soon!"
Previous guest - verified booking
"We came to this cottage on our honeymoon as we really wanted somewhere where we could really relax for a few days. We werent disapointed. It was just what we needed. The location wasnt great as we had trouble finding the place so make sure you have detailed locations. Also don’t expect to walk anywhere as it really is off the beaten path... which was just what we wanted. There is a little stream running by the cottage which makes the location really picturesque. The actual cottage is fantastic. It is really modern and includes all the latest amenities and conveniences. We were really impressed and would really recommend it to any couple looking to get away for a few days. Oct 2012."
- Mr Hill, November 2017 - verified booking
"The rating symbols are not working on the above form for comfort etc so we guessed them. The main upstairs shower was not usable as ran hot and cold but this was passed on and I'm sure dealt with. The owners were very nice, the welcome pack was lovely, the farm style location is fantastic, amazing views, just fields and sheep and hills. We would definitely come back. Large rooms for easy movement. the heating was excellent for our winter break, very warm and cosy despite temperatures around zero. The house is well presented and is practical rather than super plush but that suited us perfectly. Everything you would need is there though and its smart."