Presteigne, United Kingdom

Travel to Presteigne

Presteigne (Welsh: Llanandras) is an ancient market town in the county of Powys in North Wales. Presteigne is considered by Country Life magazine editor Clive Aslet to be one of Britain's top 10 small towns. The town probably began as a small settlement around a Minister Church dedicated to St Andrew and at the time of the Domesday Book and formed part of the manor of Humet.

Despite lying on a minor B road the town has, in common with several other towns close to the Wales-England border, assumed the motto, "Gateway to Wales". The town sits on the River Lugg, having nearby towns such as Kington and Knighton as neighbours, as well as surrounding villages like Norton and Stapleton.



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