Four large and elegant ensuite B&B rooms with stunning hill views by the River Teme
Milebrook House was built in 1760 as the Dower House of nearby Stanage Castle. For most of its history it has, therefore, been an elegant country house and family home. In the 1980s the House was converted into a six-room boutique hotel.
A further four rooms were made available with the addition of 'The West Wing' completed in 1996. Milebrook House Hotel was Welsh Hotel of the Year 2015.
Now entering its next chapter, Milebrook House has been returned to a handsome family home, but owners Alden & Amanda Whittaker-Brown are delighted to be able to share the historically significant and imposing country house in its exquisite rural location by letting four elegant ensuite rooms in 'The West Wing'.
Milebrook House is about one mile east of the pretty borders market town of Knighton and sits within about three acres of grounds just above the river Teme. To the south are the Welsh Radnorshire Hills while immediately north are the river, the single track 'Heart of Wales Railway' (about five single or twin carriages a day!) and then the stunning slopes of the Shropshire Hills.
The picturesque and historic market town of Ludlow is just 15 miles east - with its awe-inspiring ancient,
half-timbered buildings, breath-taking castle, and
world-famous annual food-festival.
Milebrook House is ideally located for walkers
(half-way point of Offa's Dyke), cyclists, tourists and other explorers.
The Guardian lists Knighton as one of the six best walking destinations in the whole UK and the only destination it lists in Wales.
Milebrook is a perfect base from which to explore Wales and the delightful towns, cities and countryside of nearby Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Having a family get-together, party or other event? Book all four rooms which will sleep up to nine. We also have a huge Bell Tent available to rent.
Get in touch so we can discuss what you want.
Our four elegant ensuite rooms form part of a beautiful and historically significant country house dating from 1760.
All rooms have stunning views of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
We offer a simple, self-serve breakfast of toast, butter and preserves, fresh fruit, yoghurt and fruit juice. All rooms have a kettle and tea & coffee.
There are many options for lunch and dinner nearby from cheap and cheerful to truly sublime high-end restaurants. If we are free, we'll drop you at a local pub or restaurant and one of our friendly local taxis will bring you back.