A Historic Retreat in the Heart of Nature

Nestled along a quiet wooded path, this country manor is situated on the outskirts of Builth Wells, a charming market town where the Irfon and Wye rivers meet, and the renowned Royal Welsh Show takes place in July.
Surrounded by nature, the Manor boasts 18 acres of grounds adorned with mature trees and the soothing sounds of the river below. Right at your doorstep, you can access the 136-mile Wye Valley Walk. Explore in any direction, and you’ll discover windswept moors, rolling hills, and pastures watched over by sheep. Only a 30-minute drive away, you’ll find the impressive Victorian dams and reservoirs of the Elan Valley, the scenic wonders of Brecon Beacons National Park, and the delightful bookshops of Hay on Wye.

Enchanting Elan Valley

Just a short drive away, the Elan Valley is a stunning area with picturesque reservoirs, dams, and expansive landscapes. Visitors can enjoy walking and cycling trails, as well as marvel at the impressive engineering of the dams. Recognised as an International Dark Sky Park, the Elan Valley offers exceptional stargazing opportunities. Each season brings its own charm to the Elan Valley. Spring blankets the hills in vibrant colours, summer invites outdoor activities, autumn paints the landscape in warm hues, and winter transforms the reservoirs into a serene, reflective surface.

Majestic Brecon Beacons National Park

Caer Beris Manor is located near the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, renowned for its breathtaking scenery, hiking trails, and outdoor activities. Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, is a popular destination for hikers. The Brecon Beacons is adorned with enchanting waterfalls and meandering rivers. Explore the Four Falls Trail to witness a series of stunning waterfalls, including Sgwd Henrhyd, the tallest waterfall in South Wales.

The Wonders of the Wye Valley

Nestled in the borderlands of England and Wales, the Wye Valley unfolds lush landscapes, meandering rivers, and historic charm. Just a short distance from Caer Beris Manor, this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty invites visitors to immerse themselves in its serene beauty and rich cultural heritage. At the heart of the Wye Valley flows the majestic River Wye, one of the most iconic waterways in the United Kingdom. A meandering ribbon of clear waters, the river offers opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, scenic boat trips and riverside walks.

Explore Hay-on-Wye

Nestled just north of the Black Mountains in the beautiful border country and not far from Caer Beris Manor, Hay-on-Wye beckons to those seeking both literary inspiration and the allure of the surrounding countryside. This small market town, celebrated for its breathtaking scenery, has become an idyllic destination for avid readers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Every May and June, Hay-on-Wye takes center stage as the host of the prestigious Hay Festival of Literature & Arts. This renowned event draws literary enthusiasts from around the globe.

Discover the Black Mountains

Embrace the enchantment of the Black Mountains, a haven for nature lovers and adventurers. Located just north of Hay-on-Wye, these majestic peaks offer breathtaking landscapes, serene trails, and a sense of timeless beauty. Whether you’re hiking to the summit, exploring hidden valleys, or simply enjoying the panoramic views, the Black Mountains invite you to uncover the magic of unspoiled landscapes. Immerse yourself in the tranquillity, breathe in the crisp mountain air, and let the Black Mountains become the backdrop for your next unforgettable adventure.

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