Chalet | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5
This delightful chalet is on the popular, peaceful and picturesque Caer Beris holiday park. The chalet occupies an elevated and commanding position with woods to the rear. To the side is a paved patio/parking area with a tarmac drive providing extra parking.
Particularly suitable for those interested in fishing, with coarse, game and trout fishing readily available (see below).
Large decking area to the front of the property, overlooking the tranquil and well-kept holiday park.
This area of Wales is very popular with tourists with many local walks and attractions.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (3), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Private fishing lake or river|
|Further details indoors|
* 32" Freesat Television and full size cooker
Gas included in price. Electric slot meter (£1 coins).
|Further details outdoors|
*On site private coarse and game river fishing (Environment Agency licence required).
*Trout lake on site (pay locally)
*Trout fishing on river Wye (pay locally)
Dogs welcome, large decking area. A small charge will be added for anyone bringing a dog.
The Powys/Brecon Beacons region
This is an area of natural beauty in Wales, with traditional market towns, panoramic landscape, canal castles and plenty of family attractions. The landscape here is both beautiful and diverse.
Mountain biking in Wales doesn't get better than the Brecon Beacons. The Brecons give mountain bikers a natural trail experience, exhilarating and satisfying.
The Brecon Beacons National Park encloses around 500 square miles of varies scenery, from the Black Mountain in the west to the Usk in the east. The Beacons themselves take their name from the fact that they were used for signal beacons. Pen y Fan is the highest point in the Brecon Beacons at 2906 feet, and can be reached in about an hour from the Storey Arms Youth Centre.
The motor car is generally excluded from the moors and mountains, which makes the area a mecca for walking, bird watching, and botanists
The views from the tops are awe inspiring, but the weather can be fickle, so be prepared - it is a lot more than a stroll in the hills!
There are masses of places to go and things to do whether you are a family, a group or travelling on your own. Fabulous castles, deep showcaves and fascinating museums will enthral young and old alike. Here are just a few...
- Craig-y-nos Country Park:
A Park within a Park. You’ll find tall trees, two rivers, ponds and meadows to walk around and enjoy. There are plenty of seats and picnic benches too. Most of the paths in the Country Park are on level or gently sloping ground and some have hard surfaces.
Discover history in ancient hill-forts and burial sites, Roman Roads and heritage centres, the National Showcaves of Wales (with their own dinosaur park), quaint country churches and the Country Park at Craig-y-nos.
- Brecon Mountain Railway:
Come and enjoy the Brecon Mountain Railway (01685 722988) - a wonderful narrow gauge steam railway.
Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal
The construction of canals was of huge importance to the progress of the Industrial Revolution. The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal winds through the National Park and is now a quiet haven to walk along, take a day trip or hire a boat for a peaceful week. The Taff Trail cycling route runs along the first 2 miles from Brecon.
Brecon Cathedral Heritage Centre & South Wales Borderers Museum
Visitor Centres and Museums reveal stories of times past - try Brecon Cathedral Heritage Centre, South Wales Borderers Museum or Llandovery Heritage Centre (01550 720693).
of interest include Brecknock (Brecon) (01874 624121), Cyfarthfa (Merthyr Tydfil) (01685 723112) and Abergavenny (01873 854282).
- Blaenavon World Heritage Site & Big Pit:
Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site is developing fast with many landmarks of the Industrial Revolution now accessible. The mighty iron foundry, which formed the cutting edge of technology only a short time ago, is now being lovingly restored and interpreted.
At Big Pit you can actually go down a coal mine guided by men who, until recently, earned their living literally at the coalface. Then you can explore the landscape around, dotted with the remains of this era and imagine the hillsides teeming with the efforts of men, women, children and horses.
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8 Apr 2013
"well equipped, family friendly site."
a lovely place to stay well equipped every thing you need, the grounds are a great walk the bridge across the river to the hall can be an experience to say the least with two young children. well recommended for a peaceful relaxing break away from the rat race of life.
glad you had a great break.
25 Jun 2012
"recently refurbished and well equipped chalet on peaceful park"
This chalet is on a very peaceful and secluded park just outside Builth Wells, on the banks of the river. It had everything we needed for cooking, eating, a TV with satellite channels and DVD player with a good selection of movies. The chalet itself has been recently refurbished with new fitted kitchen and bathroom etc, as well as having been redecorated throughout making it feel very fresh and up to date. It was also spotlessly clean when we arrived.
The site itself has no shop but there are a few shops including late night co-op in the town of Builth Wells which is less than a mile away, I think you can probably walk into town along the river although we didn't. The Caer Beris Hotel is just across a footbridge and although we didn't eat out there, it's open to non-residents if you did feel like a break from cooking.
The site has a speed limit of 5mph and the only traffic is going to or from the chalets so it's very quiet - ideal for kids to be able to wander around and watch the rabbits and squirrels running about. It's also a really good area to spot red kites, we saw loads during our stay.
We would have happily stayed much longer and weren't ready to head home at the end of our short break.
happy that they enjoyed the chalet. Have tried to make it comfortable and homely.
23 Jun 2012
Myself and my family stayed for a week, we found the accommodation excellent and comfortable. Care had been taken to make us feel welcome, fresh flowers left on the table. My Granddaughter left something behind and the owners were very helpful in returning this to us. Would recommend this chalet.
Pleased that this first year is going so well despite the rain.
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