We usually stay at Caer Beris about once a year when we visit relatives. Since our last visit, in 2016, the family who have owned, and run, the hotel for about 30 years, have sold it to a foreign investor. We were concerned that the friendly atmosphere would be lost as the 'New Broom' owner might want to make substantial changes.
Almost without exception the old staff have been retained. One of the staff we've known previously has been made general manager and the hotel is running smoothly under her guidance.
From January 2018 there will be a gradual upgrading and redecorating of bedrooms which will take about a year. Most of the public rooms already have new furnishings.
The included breakfasts are excellent with a choice of 'Full Welsh' as well as such delicacies as eggs benedict, eggs royale, etc. Nothing seems to be too much trouble to the staff. We don't dine in the main restaurant in the evenings as that menu isn't to our taste and we are usually out, visiting relatives, anyway.
Bedrooms are spacious, warm and comfortable. There is plenty of free parking on site. The grounds (some 20+ acres) are kept immaculate. Such sports as fishing and clay pigeon shooting can be practiced in the grounds. Bicycles can be loaned from the hotel and local horseriding can be arranged. There is a golf course within walking distance.More