For every holiday in a rural location there’s always that day when you find yourself in the mood to visit a real country pub with lots of history and great, hearty food – and in Knighton’s case that pub in Hundred House Inn. Once a court house, this beautiful pub looks right across the Marches and dates back to 1685.
Now, you’ll find this pub just across the border in Shropshire’s Clun Valley, and the area has a reputation for being peaceful. The family-friendly beer garden makes just the spot to sit back and enjoy the surroundings with a pint of something, and children are welcome too. Now for the kitchen, thanks to resident chef Rhys Jones the son of a local famer, the inn serves real country fodder made using local produce that reflects the seasons wherever possible.
The Sunday lunches always draw in the crowds and there’s a wide range to choose from throughout the rest of the week. If you’re planning to go for Sunday lunch it’s best to book a table as things cane get pretty busy. Hundred House Inn isn’t only a popular place to spend time and dine but it’s also a great starting point for a walk in the surrounding countryside.