Eat in Knighton

Where to eat in Knighton

Please Note: Useful information when staying in holiday lets or for anyone visiting the area.  Although we do try to ensure listings are correct, Country Holiday Lets recommend that prospective visitors always check with the destination before making plans. It is advisable to check review sites for the latest on these places to eat as owners, chefs, staff change and can affect the quality. These listings are meant as a guide only.

The Horse and Jockey Inn

Wylcwm Place, Knighton town centre

Originally a 14th century coaching inn, the Horse & Jockey offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, owned by the same family since 1989.

The inn offers a cosy lounge bar with log fire and a main bar with weekend entertainment. At the end of the large courtyard is an 80 seater restaurant which offers an extensive menu. Booking is essential at weekends.

Milebrook House Hotel

Milebrook, Knighton

Country House Hotel and restaurant on the River Teme, surrounded by beautiful gardens and countryside with an award winning restaurant, open to non residents.

The Red Lion Pub

West St, Knighton town centre


Local pub good food but does have tv in bar which may put off a few people.

George and Dragon

Broad Street, Knighton town centre

Quaint local pub which serves good food in a welsh country feel restaurant.  Serves real ales and good selection of wines, all food cooked fresh.

Saffron Restaurant

Bridge St, Knighton town centre



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Indian restaurant, dated decor but good food.


Inn on the Green

Wentnor, Bishops Castle

Family run country Inn, close to the Shropshire Way.  Real ales, bar snacks, restaurant and where possible using local produce

The Three Tuns

Bishops Castle

Famous and historic pub and brewery has been in the heart of Bishops Castle since 1642.  Recently refurbished and enlarged it maintains the spirit of the original. Modern eclectic menu using locally sourced produce

The Poppy House

Bishops Castle

The emphasis is on good food and wine. Our food is imaginatively prepared using the best of local, seasonal produce. Our strengths are good home cooking at reasonable prices. A wide selection of hot and cold meals are available including our popular full English breakfast, cider battered fish & hand-cut chips and our special roast of the day on Sundays.

The Castle Hotel

Bishops Castle


Food is the Castle Hotel's greatest success story. All freshly prepared by Nicky and Shell, the portions are generous, the quality superb, and the prices reasonable. You can take your meal in one of our comfortable and cosy bars, or in the relaxed surroundings of our oak panelled dining room, which is believed to feature in a Mary Webb novel.

There is always a good selection of Nicky's famous home-made desserts available, and a first class selection of over thirty different malt whiskies will help you complete your meal in style.

The Boars Head

Bishops Castle

Enjoy traditional pub food, using local meats and seasonal vegetables where possible. Try one of the fresh fish dishes or homemade vegetarian options with a vegan choice always available.  If you are a 'puddy' person then we're sure you'll enjoy one of the traditional homemade British family favourites and, there's custard.

Children eat free
Monday - Saturday between 4 - 7

Child friendly. High chairs available.

The Six Bells

Bishops Castle

Real Ale Pub. Six Bells Brewery brew real ales for the Six Bells Pub and other pubs over a wide area. Drop in to the pub for a pint of Big Nev's, Cloud Nine or BB Goldings amidst convivial company, or to sample one of the monthly specials.  Food is served Tues - Sat lunchtime and evening and Sunday Lunch, freshly prepared from local produce in our kitchen.

The Sun at Norbury

Norbury, Bishops Castle

A renowned restaurant, especially for couples no children, log fires and dinner by candlelight.  Open to non residents weds - sat evening and sunday lunch, booking recommended.

The White Horse Inn

The Square, Clun

Friendly and comfortable Inn situated in the old market at the centre of Clun.
The Stiperstones Inn The Stiperstones Inn, Stiperstones, Shropshire, SY5 0LZ

The Inn is in a great location for walking the Stiperstones ridge, the Long Mynd and surrounding countryside, or for just chilling out in beautiful surroundings with a good book.

Open everyday from 11:30am, the Inn is a traditional free-house which has been in our family for over 40 years, and has a public bar, lounge bar, beer garden and two dining rooms.

Offering morning coffee, afternoon tea, and real ale. Between 12:00pm and 9:00pm they serve a full menu with over 30 main courses, including: vegetarian, vegan, gluten and dairy free options in either of the two dining rooms or by one of the roaring log fires in the bar areas.

The Powis Arms

Lydbury North


The bar is proud to serve award winning local real ales and discuss the merits of the ales with any interested party.  There is also a full bar service of other beers, lager and ciders and a comprehensive selection of Malt whisky.

Restaurant where excellent local produce is perfectly cooked and served in pleasant surroundings. Bar food is also available, prepared and well presented for your satisfaction.

The Metropole Hotel Llandrindod Wells


A superb à la carte menu is available each evening, served in the elegant surroundings of the Radnor and Miles  Restaurant and Conservatory or, for a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere, enjoy an informal yet delicious dining experience in Spencer’s Bar and Brasserie.

Using the best of British and local produce, they ensure that the menus are memorable and the dining experience delicious. Recognized by the AA with the award of a Rosette a delightful dining experience.

Venison and wild game are in abundance, a wealth of seafood is available from the Welsh coastline and they source organic local produce. Breakfast sausages are made by the local butcher in Rhayader and free range chickens, eggs and Welsh black beef are second to none. Welsh cheeses are the finest anywhere and, of course, the most tender-sweet Welsh mountain lamb from local farmers.

The Red Lion

Llanafan Fawr, Builth Wells LD2 3PN


A great pub with a friendly atmosphere, has a bar and restaurant with a good selection of food to suit everyone.  Home made meals and local beers are a real draw, with fires for cold evenings The Red Lion is well worth the visit.

The Red Lion has a long and illustrious history, the first mention of it being in 1188, when a travelling monk, whilst recruiting for the crusades, travelled to Llanafan to pay respect to St Afan's remains (the church is opposite the pub). Whilst at Llanafan he recorded he stayed at the Inn in the village.  The floor at The Red Lion is made of large slates from the original church.

The Drawing Room Builth Wells

Set in the heart of Wales, this beautiful five-star, two-rosette restaurant with rooms started life as a Georgian country residence built in 1725.

Lush grazing along the River Wye produces prime Welsh Black beef and succulent lamb from local farms for the restaurant.

The Dawsons’ philosophy - Quality food, cooked simply with the freshest of local ingredients. The menu changes seasonally and features great classics with a modern twist.

The Drawing Room is situated alongside the A470, just 3 miles from the Royal Welsh Showground, 20 minutes from Brecon, and within easy reach of the Cambrian and Black Mountains.