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Knighton Community Centre

Knighton Community Centre is a great venue for parties, weddings, live music, stage productions, exhibitions, meetings…..  If you want to hold an event, give us a call!
Our main hall holds 600 and has a large stage suitable for drama productions and top class live music shows.  Adjoining the hall are a large bar, kitchens and dressing rooms.  All are available for hire separately if desired and at very competitive prices.
The Centre is a registered charity and is run entirely by volunteers from the local community for the local community.

On the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month the Centre is transformed into a large indoor market with local meat, fruit and vegetables, bread and cakes and other produce on offer, as well as a range of crafts.

Bowling Green Lane, Knighton, Powys, LD7 1DR
Tel: 07751 221487

Spaceguard Centre

The Spaceguard Centre is a working astronomical observatory in a stunning location above Knighton on the borders of Powys, Shropshire and Herefordshire.

The Centre is committed to tracking Near Earth Objects that could potentially hit the Earth as part of an international project. Asteroids hit the Earth more often then people would like to believe, and they regularly pass very close to us. The Spaceguard Centre offers the opportunity for people to come and visit to find out about the possibility of a real “Deep Impact”, and what we can do to prevent one. The guided tour will take you around all the facilities at the Spaceguard Centre including a fully equipped observatory with a 13‑inch telescope, and a 14”, robotic telescope, both of which are capable of tracking objects that could be a threat to earth. The Spaceguard Centre also has its own Planetarium. With more fascinating exhibits such as Meteorites and samples from impact craters the Spaceguard Centre is a truly fascinating place to visit.

Public Tours (suitable for ages 9+), open Wednesday to Sunday:
Tour Times (conducted tours only, no unaccompanied access)-:
1 May to 30 September – 10.30am, 2.00pm and 4.00pm
1 October to 30 April – 2.00pm and 4.00pm

Day: Adults £7.00, Children (under 16 yrs) £4
Evening (pre-booked only): Adults £8.00, Children (under 16 yrs) £5
A minimum charge of £48 will apply to evening tours and pre-booked groups.

The Centre is easily accessible from the main A4113 that passes through Knighton. It is signed from the main road just east of the town. There is a regular train service to Knighton, but it is a long walk from the station! A taxi is a better solution. If you are using SatNav or online maps with our postcode, ignore them for the last couple of miles – follow the signs from the A4113 main road!

Llanshay Lane, Knighton, Powys, LD7 1LW.
Tel: 01547 520 247

Offa’s Dyke Visitor Centre

Local tourist information centre. The Offa’s Dyke Centre offers an attractive exhibition that allows visitors to find out about Offa’s Dyke and its associated long distance footpath, Glyndwr’s Way, and the Norman castles of the border area. The free exhibition covers the construction of Offa’s Dyke, the Welsh Princes of the Anglo-Saxon period, the flora and fauna of the area, the history of Knighton and the maintenance of the Dyke and the National Trail. The Offa’s Dyke Centre also hosts the local Tourist information Centre and a shop.

West Street, Knighton, Powys, LD7 1EN.
Tel: 01547 528 753

Knighton Museum

Located in Knighton’s main street, the Museum is run entirely by volunteers and reflects the social history of the area. Most exhibits have been either donated or lent by local people and illustrate the varied history of this border town from the drovers to the flannel weavers, from trade to agriculture. Many of our exhibits may be handled by visitors making the whole experience both child-friendly and memory-provoking for adults.

Chat with our resident weaver, role-play teacher or pupil, wonder at the sheer weight of an early mobile phone, spend some time reading the Beano or simply indulge yourself with that smell known as Carbolic Soap!

The Red Lion

Our four spacious rooms provide a comfortable base from which to explore the delights of Knighton and the Marches. Named after the Princes of Powys and Wales our individually decorated, ensuite rooms combine a traditional atmosphere with contemporary comfort in which to unwind.

We have furnished our rooms with both antique pieces and 21st Century amenities to ensure that you leave feeling rested and restored. Whether you are looking for a rest after an invigorating and muddy trek on the hills or simply need a lie down after one of our superb suppers, we can provide comfortable rooms and a warm welcome, plus lots of little extras to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

Prices (per night)
£85 or £55 single occupancy

West Street Knighton

01547 428080

The Knighton Hotel

Nestled in the heart of Knighton, Wales, The Knighton Hotel boasts a rich history since 1867 within a Grade II listed building. An alcohol-free haven in the scenic Welsh Marches, we offer a perfect blend of heritage and hospitality. The Knighton Hotel offers various accommodation options; from single rooms to superior two-bedroom apartments; to different groups of travellers. Our guests can enjoy easy access to a variety of different accommodation options, ensuring comfort, connectivity, and memorable experiences. All rooms and apartments have ensuite bathrooms and are equipped with a TV and free Wi-Fi. Business travellers can enjoy the laptop-friendly space.

The Knighton Hotel’s Internet café offers complimentary Wi-Fi and a range of budget-friendly snacks and beverages, providing guests with a perfect blend of connectivity, comfort, and refreshment.

Phone: +44 (0) 333 4444 324