The Walking Hub

The Walking Hub

The Walking Hub is a perfect base for walkers. Whether you are staying in Kington or just passing through on Offa’s Dyke National Trail you will enjoy a warm welcome here.

The Hub is affordably priced, quirky yet comfortable and conveniently located in the centre of Kington, close to all facilities. This historic timber framed building has a retail shop for walkers below and a lovingly restored B&B above.

Guests enjoy a simplistic organic feel, cosy bedrooms, exceptional cleanliness, a super friendly communal atmosphere and wholesome breakfasts.

Wifi and drying facilities are available, bag transfer, packed lunches and other services are available on request. Dogs also welcome. £45 p.p.p.n or £68 per couple if sharing a room.  £10 per dog.


Please contact The Walking Hub for opening times.
  • Amenities

    • Breakfast available
    • Secure cycle storage
  • Parking

    • Electric car charging point
    • Free parking
  • Welcomes

    • Dogs welcome
    • Accepts groups
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Special Features

    • Historical Interest
The Walking Hub

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Directions & Parking

Map pin 26 High Street
The Walking Hub is easily located opposite the clock tower and market hall in the centre of Kington.

Caring For The Planet

The Walking Hub is dedicated to our environment. Most visitors arrive on foot but there is a bus that runs from Hereford and if you arrive by car there is a town car park that's free of charge with an electric charging station. We endeavour to use mainly organic, in season food and products that are sourced locally.  Our love of animals means we serve a vegetarian breakfast with vegan options and can cater for other special diets as requested.
  • Electric car charging
  • Composting
  • Eco-cleaning products
  • Eco-toiletries
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)
  • Refillable cleaning products and toiletries

The Walking Hub Recommends

The Walking Hub recommends walking from Kington up onto iconic Hergest Ridge. Share your experience with wild ponies and expect breathtaking views of the spectacular scenery that borders England and Wales.