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Knighton (Welsh: Tref-y-clawdd) is a town in Powys.

Get in[edit]

By air[edit]

Knighton is a 2 hour drive from Liverpool, Birmingham and Cardiff international airports. The local airport, for chartered transport is at Welshpool (48 km).

By train[edit]

1 Knighton station is on the Heart of Wales Line, and is served by 4 trains daily running from Shrewsbury to Swansea

By road[edit]

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Wat's Dyke. 40-mile (64 km) earthwork running through the northern Welsh Marches from Basingwerk Abbey on the River Dee estuary, passing to the east of Oswestry and on to Maesbury in Shropshire, England. It runs generally parallel to Offa's Dyke. Wat's Dyke on Wikipedia Wat's Dyke (Q696088) on Wikidata


  • 1 Offa's Dyke Path. You can walk along the Offa's Dyke Path which follows the border of Wales. Offa's Dyke on Wikipedia Offa's Dyke (Q1127343) on Wikidata



There are a few cafes and a supermarket.


The Powys region has some award winning vineyards.



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