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Liverpool, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 week ago

I stayed at Whytcwm Cottage before starting Glyndwr's Way. Very warm welcome and lovely room, followed by a delicious breakfast. I would definitely recommend this for any other walkers looking for a good, comfortable place to stay to get them ready for the trail.

Thank William O
Knighton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 August 2016

If you want a basic but homely feel after a long walk, look no further than this B & B in Knighton. Penny the host, is like your mum after a Sunday morning paper-round. She'll rustle up hot, fat plates of food, tea or freshly brewed coffee on tap, and a hug thrown in for free if you've been lucky...

Thank redkoala42
Exeter, Devon, UK
Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

Just stayed with Penny at this quaint and friendly b&b which was very handy for walking on Offas Dyke. Penny was very welcoming and helpful and rooms were basic but had everything you need. Great breakfast and a short walk to the path and at very reasonable price.

1Thank Adrian T
Leuven, Belgium
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Stayed here at the end of three days walking Offa's Dyke. It's a basic B&B: one bathroom between the three rooms (bath and shower), and no TV or kettle in the room (you can make tea in the kitchen). However it has the feel of a real home: the rooms are decorated with art and other mementos and are lined...

Thank lynxwhisker
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 25 August 2015

Penny is such a pleasure to stay with, she's so relaxed and so was our stay. Our room was cosy and the bed's were very comfy. The bathroom is shared but that's not a problem as there's a separate loo/shower. The cooked breakfast was enormous and cooked however you wanted it, the continental one was much more basic but was...

Thank Nixi_n_Chewy
Pontypridd, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 May 2015

Walking Offa's Dyke, this was the perfect stopover in Knighton. Penny was a charming host, keen to chat and share tales, anecdotes and experiences. The house itself is crammed with books, posters and artefacts from all over the world. The stairs creak, some of the windows don't open and there is a sense of mild chaos about the place. On...

Thank DaiJam2
Reviewed 30 October 2014

Stayed here at the start of Glyndwr's Way. I was by myself and made to feel very much at home by Penny my host. After I went to the pub for an evening meal we chatted for hours sharing stories and experiences. It's a cosy cottage, crammed full of artefacts and books from an eclectic life. The bedroom was small...

1Thank WalkerHarrogate
Reviewed 10 September 2014

I stayed at Whytcwm on the night before starting Glyndwr's Way. Great value, very comfortable and not far from the railway or start of walk. Penny is a wonderful host - as well as having a bagful of super interesting stories from her super interesting life, she's also a keen listener. It was a very happy experience staying in the...

1Thank tandah
Hereford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 25 August 2014

Four of us stayed with Penny while walking some of Glyndwrs Way. We loved her cottage - small but cosy and full of interesting books and art from Penny's life and travels. The best bit though was the relaxed feel - 'help yourself to tea or coffee!' and an excellent breakfast to set us up for the next days walk....

Thank sue s
south wales
Reviewed 19 August 2014

Great little cottage just off the main road in Knighton. Rooms very comfortable & cosy. Penny was a great hostess in a very bohemian feeling cottage. Her home is full of artefacts & plenty of books to read, however it was most definitely her breakfasts that were fantastic. These set us up (5 of us) for a long weekend of...

Thank munch2much

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Address: 7 George Road, Knighton LD7 1HF, Wales
Region: United Kingdom > Wales > Powys > Knighton

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