Let's move to Knighton...

Knighton is a beautiful riverside market town found on the Powys, Hereford and Shropshire borders. 

It is a truly beautiful, rural yet exciting location, and the border between England and Wales dissects the town which is quite a talking point!

It has beautiful walking paths 

Offa’s Dyke is a 177-mile-long manmade trail constructed in the 8th century by King Offa to keep his Welsh rivals from invading his kingdom. 

This very popular trail stretches across different landscapes, with some routes going through more challenging terrain, whilst other areas are a more casual stroll through the beautiful countryside. The upland stretches through the Brecon Beacons and Clwydian Range, and the flattest part of the trail follows the River Severn and the Montgomeryshire Canal. 

Whilst the trail is a beautiful experience all year round, in early spring and summer you’ll be greeted with fields of local flora whilst enjoying your walk. The Offa’s Dyke Association have their HQ at the lovely market town of Knighton, whose Welsh name, Tref-y-Clawdd means town on the dyke. 

They were founded to promote and facilitate the general public’s understanding and appreciation of Offa’s Dyke, and as well as selling quality guides and maps of the area at their centre, they also have a delightful little tearoom overlooking the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the perfect place to rest and recuperate before or after your walk. 

Take part in an arts and crafts day 

Situated in the rural landscape of Knighton, FoxGlass studio is located in the old blacksmiths workshop and offers a range of beautiful handmade glass gifts. 

As well as browsing the stunning pieces for sale in their gallery, you can also take part in a glass blowing day run by the centre, giving you the chance to make your own glass sculpture. The Old Smithy, Llangunllo, Knighton, Powys, LD7 1SP


Our Knighton Office

22 Broad Street, Knighton LD7 1BL

Telephone: 01547 529907