Knucklas information is on this information board on the Community Centre building (car parking available):
You can download this plan from here (2.7MB file)
General tourist information can be seen on the Powys county council web site:
The local Tourist Information Centre is in the Offa’s Dyke Centre in Knighton,
home also of the Offa’s Dyke Association:
There are many more businesses in nearby Knighton – look here: and here:
There is one pub in the village – The Castle Inn, which is well known for its good food and real ale! They also have rooms for B&B. Information here:
Further up the Teme valley are more excellent pubs: The Lloyney Inn in Lloyney, and The Radnorshire Arms in Beguildy.
The Castle Inn is in the village – see above.
Belmont Cottage is in the middle of the village –
Lloyney Mill B&B is about half a mile up the Teme valley –
Brandy House farm is near Felindre, a few miles up the Teme valley from the village – They offer horse riders facilities.
The Old Granary is in the middle of the village –
Brandy House Farm also offer self catering – see above.
Camping & caravan site:
There is a Certificated Location (members only) site at Monaughty Poeth, just across the B4355 – see map on home page.
The local group of Church in Wales churches have a web site here –
The church in Heyope covers Knucklas and the local area. Their monthly magazine “The Beacon” has much useful local information.
The only church in Knucklas itself is a Baptist Church. Services are listed on notices at the church.