The Horse and Jockey Inn is one of Knighton’s most popular places for a drink, a chat and a meal to remember. This traditional pub has the kind of atmosphere that makes visitors feel instantly at home, and the restaurant area serves up fresh produce from the local area that gives diners a real taste of Knighton.
Don’t worry if you don’t make it on a Sunday, you can choose from a selection of roast dinners every day of the week, and the pizza menu includes a takeaway option for those of you who fancy enjoying dinner in your lodges. Once a coaching inn, the building dates back to the 14th century and looks every bit the traditional country pub. Thanks to its position on the England / Wales border it attracts visitors from both sides, so it’s a popular place for walkers and cyclists to stop off during a busy day exploring.
Diners can tuck in in the main bar area, the restaurant or in the cosy snug when it’s busy, and wherever you choose to sit and enjoy the food you’ll be as impressed as the many reviewers who have taken to the keyboard to sing the inn’s praises.