Caerwnon Park, Powys

Properties at Caerwnon Park

2 The Dell Pathfinder Fer Caerwnon Park

Builth Wells

2 The Dell Pathfinder Fer Caerwnon Park

Builth Wells



Residential Park (find out more here)

Events at Caerwnon Park

Open Day
Sat 10:00-17:00
Caerwnon Park, Builth Wells, Powys

What Features Does Caerwnon Park Have?

Retirement Park (50+)
Pets considered
Idyllic rural location
Panoramic views
Close to local amenities
Pets considered


Caerwnon Park is a residential development for semi-retirees and retirees above 50. If you are looking for a place to retreat from the hectic pace of city life, the park is an ideal place to stay. At the park, residents can find a peaceful and tranquil environment surrounded by beauty all around. Caerwnon Park offers all of the amenities you could need to live in comfort and convenience. 

In the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside in Mid Wales, this 24-acre park is about three miles north of the pretty market town of Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh Show. From the park, residents will have a panoramic view of the Wye Valley to the south and the Cambrian Mountains to the north. 

People who want to downsize and live a modern life in a park bungalow will find Caerwnon Park appealing. 

The spa town of Llandrindod Wells, with its lake and park, is six miles to the north. Elan Valley reservoirs, known as The Welsh Lake District, is 12 miles to the northeast and is surrounded by a stunning array of mountains, lakes, forests, and unspoiled nature. Numerous activities can be enjoyed in the area, such as golfing, tennis, pony trekking, boating, fishing, climbing, etc.

Nearby is Builth Road Station on the main Mid Wales line from Swansea to Shrewsbury. From the park's entrance, buses run three times each day to Builth Wells, where you can find shopping, a library, doctors, dentists, and more. You can also get milk and newspapers delivered, and a mobile library visits every day. Caerwnon Park welcomes pets (one dog or cat).


Caerwnon Park
Builth Wells