Welcome to Panpwnton Campsite, a serene family-operated farm campsite nestled along the Offa’s Dyke footpath, on the border of Mid Wales and against the backdrop of the Shropshire hills. Panpwnton offers an idyllic setting for those passionate about walking, cycling, or simply immersing themselves in the tranquillity of the countryside. Experience enchanting nights under starlit skies, with the soothing sounds of owls in the nearby oak woods, making it the quintessential rural camping retreat.
Explore and Unwind in Knighton
Just a ten-minute stroll from the bustling market town of Knighton, adorned with its iconic clock tower, welcoming pubs, and cosy cafes, not to mention the informative Offa’s Dyke Centre. The River Teme meanders through our farm, offering a refreshing spot to cool your feet after a day of exploration. Our location is further enhanced by the Heart of Wales train line, with the station merely a half-mile amble away, providing easy access for all adventurers.
Our Campsite Amenities
Panpwnton caters to all with non-electric grass pitches perfect for tents, campervans, and caravans, supported by additional overflow fields for busier times or those seeking solitude. We are group and school-friendly, offering exclusive field occupancy for larger gatherings.
Facilities include a newly refurbished toilet and shower block, accessible 24/7, alongside a communal kitchen space equipped with a fridge, freezer, kettle, microwave, washing up stations, drinking water taps, and recycling facilities. For those who enjoy a traditional camping experience, we allow raised fires and campfires, with logs available for pre-purchase or upon arrival.
Special Accommodations: Bell Tents & Backpackers Barn
For those preferring to travel light, our Canvas Bell Tents and Backpackers Barn offer hassle-free accommodations. The Bell Tents are ideal for romantic escapes, nestled in a secluded section of our grounds, while the Backpackers Barn provides a convenient, no-setup-required shelter, perfect for late arrivals.
About Panpwnton Campsite
Perched on the edge of Knighton, straddling the England-Wales border, Panpwnton has welcomed travellers since 1963. Currently stewarded by Will, Roxy, and family, we’re eager to share the charm of Panpwnton with you. Our working farm, home to 300 texel cross breeding ewes, reflects our commitment to sustainable and environmentally friendly farming practices.
Discover Walks & Cycling Routes
Panpwnton serves as an ideal base for exploring England and Wales’ most scenic walking and cycling routes, including Offa’s Dyke Path, Glyndwr’s Way, Heart of Wales Trail, Trans Cambrian Way, and Jack Mytton Way.
Local Attractions & Activities
Situated near Knighton, on the England-Wales border, Panpwnton is surrounded by attractions ranging from picturesque walking paths like the Offa’s Dyke Path to medieval castles and more. Discover our recommended spots to visit, eat, and drink around the campsite, ensuring a memorable stay.
Join us at Panpwnton Campsite for a genuine connection with nature, complemented by modern conveniences and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Panpwnton Campsite at Sunset
Aerial View of Panpwnton Campsite
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