Shropshire and the Welsh Borders are rich in natural beauty, historic attractions and fascinating market towns for the visitor to explore.
There are many things to do in Shropshire, when staying at Black Hall, the closest town to Black Hall Farm is Knighton, which is 5 miles away. Knighton is a bustling small town with a wide selection of pubs, tearooms, shops, and banks, (including cash points).
Knighton is also the home of the information centre for the Offa’s Dyke long distant footpath and they will be happy to supply details and route maps for a variety of walks in the locality. There is also a station for the Central Wales line where trains run regularly between Shrewsbury and Swansea.
Dining out, the nationally acclaimed Waterdine Restaurant is just a few hundred yards away from Black Hall Leisure, and there are many other pubs and restaurants including an Indian Restaurant within a short drive.
Wandering further afield, the Medieval town of Ludlow is within easy reach, and Victorian Llandrindod Wells lies over the hills to the south.
The nearest seaside resort is Aberystwyth, a pleasant drive of about 1.5 hours. Alternatively, catch the train from Newtown, and enjoy the scenery on the way.
There are many museums, heritage sites, and other attractions ideal for a day trip. These include the Secret Hills Discovery Centre at Craven Arms, Ironbridge Gorge Museums, The Welshpool and Llanfair Railway and many others. Please ask us for further details.