Cons: Would have liked to have been able to check in before 6pm
Pros: Fulfilled my requirements for an overnight stay that was comfortable and adequte. The member of staff I saw ( The cook) was friendly and helpful and cooked and served a good breakfast.
Pros: Excellent food and real ale
Cons: Very poor public transport
Pros: This is the second time we have stayed at this Inn. The food is very wholesome and tasty and the portions are enormous! This is a very friendly country pub with clean, comfortable accomodation, and is great value for money. We were attending a cycling event and the staff got up early to prepare us an excellent breakfast.
Pros: the rooms were really clean and nice. The staff very helpful. The food plentiful
Pros: Very friendly, country pub style. Excellent food, good beer
Cons: External steep stairs to bedrooms
Pros: The friendliness of the owners, staff and local customers. The food was excellent at both breakfast and evening meals. Bacon was the real thing!
Cons: The shower in the room was a little 'hit and miss'. The temperature control was not working so had to 'dance' around the shower.
Pros: The cleanliness of the hotel rooms were fantastic. The beds were very comfortable and the bedlinen was superb. The staff at the hotel were very welcoming and attentive to all requests. Overall I would recommend it for anyone who wants an overnight stay.
Cons: There was only one bad point and that was some dog excrement in the hall from the rooms to the dinning room, which unfortunately I trod in. However the staff made sure my shoes were cleaned. It was an unfortunate incident for which I believe a one off, and the staff were very appologetic.
Pros: the Staff were fantastic, the prices were good, would recommend
This small and friendly guest house is situated in an imposing 16th century stone-built building, ideally located in the heart of the Teme Valley in Wales on the English border. Castle Inn is a charming guest house offering comfortable accommodation with in-room amenities including a TV, DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. The bar features a wood-burning stove and offers home-cooked food made from local ingredients. Local ales are served, as well as smooth bitter, draught stout, dry cider, lager and a good selection of wines. Well behaved dogs are allowed in some areas of the bar and the rooms. Nestled in the beautiful Teme Valley, the Castle Inn lies on the border of Wales and Shropshire, with a stunning stone viaduct at the heart of the village. It is only a short distance from Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way. The landlord of the inn is a keen walker and will be happy to give advice on possible routes.
The Knighton Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Knighton. For a bite to eat, guests can check out King Offas, which serves fusion cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's also a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.