Presteigne sits on the banks of the River Lugg in a unique corner of Wales, at the border of Powys, Shropshire and Herefordshire, offering so many wonderful places to explore. This small Welsh Marches town offers a brilliant holiday cottage break for anyone looking to enjoy the countryside, as well as a selection of unique shops and places to eat. Explore England and Wales - the best of both worlds - from our accommodation in Presteigne.
Why visit Presteigne?
Presteigne is perfect for those looking to explore gorgeous countryside in all directions, set in the heart of the Welsh Marches, with the foodie destination of Herefordshire on your doorstep. It’s also a popular local centre for art and culture, with an award-winning museum and annual art and music festival.
Things to do in Presteigne:
Presteigne is a haven for walkers, with countryside walks surrounding the town, and the Offa’s Dyke Path, following the entire Welsh Border, passing nearby. The town’s main attraction is the Judge’s Lodging, a unique museum where you can explore a courthouse, judge’s apartments and servant rooms.
Why stay in a Presteigne cottage?
With our self-catering cottages in Presteigne, you’re well-placed to discover hidden rural gems in both Wales and England. Our accommodation includes cosy romantic cottages close to the town’s amenities and working farms and converted barns surrounding by endless countryside views.
Three must see things in Presteigne:
The annual Presteigne Festival offers six days of diverse music in intimate settings.
Discover Presteigne’s thousand-year history by following the Town trail.
Visit the unique Judge’s Lodging, a centuries-old courthouse and museum packed with curiosities.