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Caer Beris Manor
Builth Wells
Mid Wales

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Amid 27 acres of parkland, surrounded by the River Irfon, Caer Beris Manor Hotel is a beautiful country retreat in Builth Wells, near the A483, on the Breacon Beacons. In the heart of the Welsh Countryside, Caer Beris Manor is perfectly placed for a relaxing weekend break, with tranquil surroundings and fine dining. And yet all less than 3 hours from Manchester, Birmingham and London. Returning guests say that as you turn in through the gates and start up the long drive, the cares of the world seem to disappear. Set in a commanding position above the parkland as it sweeps down to the river, Caer Beris Manor dominates the landscape.

After a warm welcome, relax in one of the comfortably furnished lounges, complete with roaring log fires alight throughout the winter. The conservatory is the perfect place to idle away a few hours in a completely relaxed atmosphere. With magnificent riverside views, you can easily spot a wide variety of birds that make their home in the hotel grounds. It is also a wonderful setting to enjoy a light meal and drink with friends under the warm summer sun. The Cocktail Bar has many fine beers and a particularly extensive selection of fine malt whiskeys. The grand local tradition of fishing is honoured in the bar with a characterful angling theme - the perfect spot to provide solace to those unsuccessful in capturing "the catch of the day".

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