About Offa's Dyke Lodge

Gladestry is a quiet village just a couple of miles off the main A44, the road that runs from Oxford and cuts across Wales ending at Aberystwyth. If you are travelling that road and seek a quiet comfortable stay to break your journey then you would not be disappointed and the small detour to our lodge B&B would leave you refreshed for your onward journey. Spend a summer evening by our pool or take a stroll up along Hergest Ridge and watch the sun go down before getting a good comfortable night’s sleep.

If you are Walking Offa’s Dyke Path you will find that we offer an alternative stopover from the standard guidebook route. This benefits those who want either shorter or longer days to the standard prescribed route. We are directly on the path so there is no additional walking to find us or to get back to the path following your stay.

We offer a baggage transfer service so that you can walk with just a day sack and have all your other luggage transferred onto your next accommodation. Some of our guest walkers also like to use us as a base from which to which to walk more than one section of the path, please call us to discuss your plans and we will try to help you make it work.

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Bed and Breakfast

We have a choice of 3 Rooms, One twin with private bathroom and two double rooms, both with en-suite.

All rooms have lockable doors to main house and lockable patio doors leading out to a garden terrace.

A table and chairs are provided for each room on the decking terrace.

 

Hergest

Double Room, en-suite

Herrock

Double Room, en-suite.

Hanter

Twin Room, with separate private bathroom.

Camping

Camping available..

This is for individuals or small groups, ideal for a stop-over if walking the Offa's Dyke Path.

We can offer breakfast, packed lunch, evening meal if required.

We have facilities for drying and can assist with charging mobile phones etc..

 

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We are about you..

We are more than willing and able to discuss and suggest activities and places to visit while in the area, including places to eat!

The area is extremely good for many types of outdoor activites such as:

Canoeing on the River Wye
Golf at Kington (Highest Course in England), Knighton, Rhosgogh
Horse Riding/Trecking
Go Karting
Cycling (The Radnor Ring!!)
Bird Watching
Painting
Photography

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