Travelling by Train.
Knucklas Railway Station (on the Heart of Wales line) is a little over a mile away from The Mill, and we can arrange to pick you and your bags up from the station. Don’t forget that it is a request stop on the line, so make sure the conductor knows you wish to alight at Knucklas! It’s best to arrange a pick-up before you travel, as mobile phones have limited network coverage here.
Travelling by bus.
There is a local bus available direct from Knighton (3.5 miles away from us) four times a day.
For an up-to-date timetable you can click here. If you travel to Knighton by bus from Hereford, Shrewsbury or other nearby towns and the times are not suitable for the Knighton – Lloyney connection, we can arrange to pick you up from the Knighton bus station on request. See also Powysbus for more information on local buses.
By private transport.
From the A49 (from the north, Shrewsbury, or the south, Leominster & Hereford). At Bromfield take the A4113 signposted Knighton. Beware, just beyond Leintwardine the A4113 turns right when you expect it to go straight on. Follow the road through Knighton, pass the Clocktower and Offa’s Dyke Centre and turn right onto the B4355 signposted Newtown and Beguildy. Lloyney is about three miles along this road and The Mill is on the right hand side on the turning to Llanfair Waterdine, directly opposite The Lloyney Inn.
From the North West (Newtown). Take the A483 south, signposted Llandridod Wells. At Dolfor turn left onto the B4355, signposted Knighton. When you get to Lloyney The Mill is on the left hand side on the turning to Llanfair Waterdine, directly opposite The Lloyney Inn.
From the South West (Llandridod Wells). Take the A483 north, signposted Newtown. At Crossgates turn right onto the A44. After about two miles turn left onto the A488, signposted Knighton. Shortly after entering Knighton look for a left turn onto the B4355, signposted Newtown and Beguildy. (If you get to the the clocktower in Knighton you have missed the turning!). Lloyney is about three miles along this road and The Mill is on the right hand side on the turning to Llanfair Waterdine, directly opposite The Lloyney Inn.