Builth Wells is a town in the county of Powys, within the historic boundaries of Brecknockshire, mid Wales, lying at the confluence of the River Wye and the River Irfon, in the Welsh (or upper section) of the Wye Valley.
Builth first emerged in post-Roman times, along with the Kingdom of Powys. Builth Wells grew as a traditional Welsh market town and later a spa, and is well known nationally as the location of the Royal Welsh Showground, home to the Royal Welsh Show (although the showground is actually over the river Wye in Llanelwedd, Radnorshire).
Builth Castle was built under King Edward I, the construction taking nearly five years in the 1270s. Owain Glyndwr's forces attacked Builth Castle when it was in the charge of John Oldcastle during the rebellion of Owain Glyndwr and it was repaired in 1409, the bill being £400.
Fforest Fields is a secluded seven acre rural caravan campsite a few miles from the market town of Builth Wells in central Wales. It is well drained and almost level with generous grass and hardstand pitches served by a circuit road.
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New House Farm is a working hill farm, nestling in the Radnorshire hills. 7 miles from the world famous book town of Hay-on-Wye and 15 miles from Builth Wells, home of the Royal Welsh showground, it is an ideal base to explore the Welsh borders from.
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Whether its fishing, paddling in the river or just walking the dog, the site offers fun for all the family. You can enjoy the picnic and BBQ area or watch the children play on the swings and slide.
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