Brand new luxury lodge for 2023. Eco and disabled friendly. Peace and tranquility for couples and families. Near Builth Wells, on the edge of Bannau Brycheiniog (formerly Brecon Beacons), the national park is on your doorstep. The Shropshire Hills, Herefordshire, Wye Valley, Welsh West Coast and Malvern Hills are 45 to 90 minutes away by car.
The luxury lodge is beautifully finished with excellent facilities.
Open-plan living - the indoor living space is light, airy and spacious with vaulted ceiling and two double French doors. The kitchen boasts a wide range of equipment, including Induction hob, extraction hood, main oven, combination microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine, Nespresso coffee machine, 4 slice toaster, kettle and comprehensive range of utensils, including a multi-tool stick blender. The dining area has generous seating for 6. This lovely furniture is made from recycled/reclaimed materials. There is also a wine rack, wine fridge and 2 seater breakfast bar. The lounge has two 2 seater sofas and 2 reclinable armchairs. The focal point is the 50 inch HD, 4K Smart TV where you can choose from over 100 satellite channels with recording facilities. The TV has Alexa built in and Bluetooth to connect your devices to play music. There is also a DVD/CD player for films and music. The lodge has its own dedicated Wi-Fi.
Eco-friendly - the central heating and hot water are provided through a state-of-the-art, efficient electric combi boiler, meaning fossil fuels are not consumed by the lodge. The barbecue is also electric. The induction hob is more energy efficient than the standard equivalents. Luxury showers have been installed to use less energy than a bath. Most cleaning agents, soaps and detergents provided are eco-friendly.
Outdoor living - the large main decking area is secluded and surrounded by nature and often by wildlife. There is a two-seater "egg" chair facing the view up the valley, over the field. The dining table has 4 chairs and 4 stools, all with cushions. The stools can double up as occasional tables. When the sunshine fades, the solar powered post lights automatically illuminate to add a cosy atmosphere to the outdoor space and with the outdoor blankets, you can extend your outdoor living time well into the evening.
We have a trail camera, which captures overnight wildlife on short videos. You view these on you phone using an app. You can download them to take with you. Instructions are in the guestbook.
Accessibility - visitors requiring assisted access can look forward to many facilities such as:
Gentle ramp from the parking spaces
Ground level facilities
High level reclining armchairs
High level king size bed with joint supporting hybrid mattress
Optional bedside frame aid
In the en suite there is a folding shower seat, shower handrail and toilet handle. Optional raised toilet seat attachment.
Sorry, the lodge cannot accommodate wheelchairs or wheeled walkers.
The bathrooms boast excellent showers. There is plenty of storage space. Each guest has a welcome shower gel and shampoo. Both bathrooms have shaver sockets, LED downlighters and mirrors.
The master bedroom is en suite with king size bed with hybrid mattress, vanity unit, full length mirror and built in wardrobe with drawers. Bedroom 2 has a double bed and full length mirror and bedroom 3 has twin beds. Both have hotel quality mattresses, built in wardrobes and free-standing towel rails. All bedrooms have bedside cabinets with lights and USB charging sockets.
Field View Lodge is nestled in the hills above the historic market town of Builth Wells, well known for its historic bridge and the Royal Welsh Showground, where many events take place throughout the year. We are located in the beautiful Caer Beris Park in the River Irfon valley. The river runs alongside the park where green fields and woodland are all around you. The park is ideally located to explore many tourist destinations. Conveniently positioned on the north edge of Bannau Brycheiniog (formerly known as the Brecon Beacons), the national park is on your doorstep.
There are many areas accessible from the lodge. The Shropshire Hills to the north, Herefordshire to the east, the Wye Valley to the south east, Welsh West Coast and Malvern Hills are all between 45 to 90 minutes away by car. You can walk into Builth in approximately 20 minutes where there is also a sports centre with swimming.
These destinations are favourites for those seeking areas of outstanding natural beauty, walking, fishing, historic buildings, National Trust properties, many castles and historic market towns.
There are many attractions for both families and couples including:
Small breeds farm park, Kington
Red Kite Feeding Centre, Rhayader
Dragonfly Canal Cruises, Brecon
Wye Valley Butterfly zoo, Ross-on-Wye
Mid Wales Alpacas, Welshpool
Wetland adventures, Llanelli
Vale of Rheidol Railway, Aberystwyth
Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth
National Show caves Centre, Pen-y-cae
Corris Caverns (Dragons, Caverns, Crafts gin), Corris
Elan Valley Lakes, Rhayader
Devils Bridge Waterfalls and Nature Trail
Zip World, Aberdare
Valleys of Adventure, Merthyr Tydfil
Workhouse History Centre, Llanfyllin
Hop Pocket Shopping Village, Bishops Frome
5* Google Review 23rd August 2023:
The lodge is brand new and has everything you need, the beds are very comfortable and the setting is so peaceful. The owners have thought of everything you could need for a stay and I recommend anyone thinking of booking to do it.
The local town of Builth Wells is only a few minutes drive away and the scenery around the wider area is beautiful.
We would happily return again knowing now just how good this lodge is. The owners were so helpful and I'm just pleased we found it when looking for a last minute get away.
Option 1: Set Satnav to LD2 3HH. Most of them get you to the park entrance.
From the park entrance, proceed down the drive and take the first left. The lodge is the first one on your left. Look out for the slate sign headed "Field View" Keep left and park in the lodge's own spaces in front of the double French doors.
Option 2: Find your own way to Builth Wells town centre one way system and make your way up the high street. At the top of the rise, the road takes a sharp right, after about 100 yards keep left at the bollard. Immediately turn left into Hospital Road. After about 300 yards the road becomes a lane. Keep going for about a mile and at the top of the hill the park entrance is clearly marked on your right. Follow instructions above to get to the lodge.
2024 Bookings Now Open!
Call us if you would prefer a Saturday to Saturday weekly booking. We will be happy to accommodate you if we can.
Couples discount of 20% applied outside of school holidays. Available now for bookings starting from 8th September 2023
|Sun 10 Dec 2023||Thu 14 Dec 2023||£600||3 nights|
|Fri 15 Dec 2023||Thu 4 Jan 2024||£895||4 nights|
|Fri 5 Jan 2024||Thu 29 Feb 2024||—||1 night|
|Fri 1 Mar 2024||Thu 28 Mar 2024||£895||3 nights|
|Fri 29 Mar 2024||Thu 11 Apr 2024||£1200||3 nights|
|Fri 12 Apr 2024||Thu 23 May 2024||£895||3 nights|
|Fri 24 May 2024||Thu 30 May 2024||£1095||3 nights|
|Fri 31 May 2024||Thu 18 Jul 2024||£995||3 nights|
|Fri 19 Jul 2024||Thu 25 Jul 2024||£1550||4 nights|
|Fri 26 Jul 2024||Thu 29 Aug 2024||£1200||3 nights|
|Fri 30 Aug 2024||Thu 12 Sep 2024||£950||3 nights|
|Fri 13 Sep 2024||Thu 3 Oct 2024||£895||3 nights|
Last updated 10 December 2023
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Field View Lodge
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