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Caerwnon Park

Address: Builth Wells, , LD2 3RP

Telephone: 01982 553352

Park Description

Set within 24 acres of the finest countryside in Mid Wales, this retirement park (50+) is located off of the A470, about three miles north of the attractive small market town of Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh Show. To the south it enjoys panoramic views of the Wye Valley and is bordered to the north by the Cambrian Mountains. Six miles to the north is the spa town of Llandrindod Wells, with its lake and park. Some twelve miles north east are the Elan Valley reservoirs known as 'The Welsh Lake District' with its abundance of mountains, lakes, forests and unspoilt beauty. Within the area are to be found golfing, tennis, pony trekking, boating, fishing, climbing and many other amenities.

Nearby is Builth Road Station on the main Mid Wales line from Swansea to Shrewsbury. Buses run three times a day from the park to Builth Wells which has good day-to-day shopping facilities as well as doctors, dentist and library, etc. Milk and newspapers are delivered, and a mobile library visits the park. Pets are considered at Caerwnon Park (one dog or one cat).

All new homes sited are fully furnished and have tiled roofs, LP gas central heating and double glazing. The brick skirt, paths and steps are all included in the price quoted.

If you would like to visit this park, please telephone our Managers who would be pleased to show you around and advise on up-to-date plot availability.


Things you might like to know

  • Retirement Park (50+)
  • Pets considered
  • Current Pitch Fees for new homes at Caerwnon Park are £201.00 per month.

What Our Residents Say

"Beautiful place for retirement."

"Caerwnon Park is a peaceful place, beautiful panoramic views."

"We love living here on Caerwnon Park surrounded by the beautiful Welsh hills. We feel safe and secure away from the hustle and bustle of modern living but only a short journey away from Builth Wells."

"Caerwnon is situated in the most picturesque part of Mid Wales, we have a very strong community spirit and good working relationship between the residents and the park management."

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