TOURIST INFORMATION

Knucklas information is on this information board on the Community Centre building (car parking available):

KnucklasInfoBoard

You can download this plan from here (2.7MB file)

General tourist information can be seen on the Powys county council web site: button_blue_play

The local Tourist Information Centre is in the Offa’s Dyke Centre in Knighton,

home also of the Offa’s Dyke Association: button_blue_play

There are many more businesses in nearby Knighton – look here: button_blue_play and here: button_blue_play

PUBS

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: button_blue_play

Further up the Teme valley is the excellent Radnorshire Arms in Beguildy. (The Lloyney Inn in Lloyney is closed.)

ACCOMMODATION

B&B:

The Castle Inn is in the village – see above.

Lloyney Mill B&B is about half a mile up the Teme valley – button_blue_play

Brandy House farm is near Felindre, a few miles up the Teme valley from the village – button_blue_play They offer horse riders facilities.

Self catering:

The Old Granary is in the middle of the village – button_blue_play

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.

CHURCHES

The local group of Church in Wales churches have a web site here – button_blue_play
The church in Heyope covers Knucklas and the local area. Their monthly magazine “The Radnor” has much useful local information about the 14 churches in the Ministry Area.

The only church in Knucklas itself is a Baptist Church. Services are listed on notices at the church and on their website – button_blue_play