We enjoy the ultimate borderland location, situated 2 miles from the picturesque market town of Knighton, 12 miles from the busy market town of Ludlow with its mediaeval castle, beautiful architecture and famous market. Across the river are the Shropshire hills which have been designated an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty", a mile or so from the Herefordshire border, famous for its black and white villages, cider and Herefordshire beef. Our local town (2 miles), Knighton - Tref-y-Clawdd - is the only town on Offa's Dyke.
Milebrook House Hotel enjoys the ultimate borderland location. Built in the 1760's as a dower house to nearby Stanage Castle. Guests can stand in Milebrook's attractive gardens and look across to England, which begins just over the River Teme. Rodney and Beryl Marsden resident owners have more than 30 years experience in the catering profession and have built up a faithful following for their family run hotel, based on its informal atmosphere, high standards of comfort and excellent food. The house was once home of Sir Wilfred Thesiger the explorer and was visited by Emperor Haile Selassie.
Lunch and dinner is served in our award winning restaurant (and on the terrace in the summer months), the kitchen serves freshly prepared food using flair and imagination by chef Christopher Marsden and his team. We pride ourselves on our locally sourced and seasonal menu. Many of our vegetables are grown in our kitchen garden, the rest are sourced locally. All our meat is local, from the Welsh lamb and Herefordshire beef to the pork and organic chicken etc. and of course local cheeses. Seasonal game comes from the nearby Stanage estate.