From Caerphilly - a town steeped in history and Welsh mythology - McCarthy & Stone are seeking to turn your retirement dreams into a reality, with an exceptional selection of one and two bedroom apartments - all featuring our legendary standards of comfort, convenience, space and security.
In a neighbourhood where the views will include a Castle, a mountain and rolling Welsh valleys - we fully intend to impress you on the inside too, with spacious rooms, bright, tasteful d??cor, and underfloor heating. Not forgetting all the ingenious design features and high-end modern essentials you've come to expect - including a full range of integrated security systems to insure you're as well-protected as any Castle-dweller.
When you feel the need to venture forth, you can meet-up with friends and neighbours in a comfortable and sociable residents' lounge - or enjoy the outdoors among beautifully maintained landscaped gardens, which will include a relaxing gazebo and herb garden.
With the helpful onsite House Manager taking care of every detail, the only thing we won't provide is any worry. So why not register your interest with McCarthy & Stone today? We're confident that a new home in Caerphilly could prove to be one of the best retirement decisions you've ever made - and that's certainly no Welsh myth.
Built in the 13th Century, the majestic Caerphilly castle stands as an impressive monument to a town that has seen its fair-share of history and legend. The 30 acre site lends real character and atmosphere to this friendly, bustling town, which comfortably provides every amenity you'll ever need - and all within easy reach. For shopaholics there's Caerphilly's charming indoor market - with all manner of speciality shops and independent traders, as well as the Castle Park Shopping Centre, boasting all the familiar big name stores and eateries.
Caerphilly is rightly proud of its food heritage, with July's Big Cheese Festival celebrating the town's most famous export - alongside a tempting array of fabulous local Welsh produce. There's also the celebrated Caerphilly Food festival in May which boasts over 60 stalls of food & drink, along with live music, entertainment and cookery demonstrations. The town and beautiful surrounding areas are well-served with a wide range of pubs, bars and restaurants, many specializing in fresh, local produce.
The county area celebrates its beautiful surroundings with a fantastic range of outdoor activities, featuring Horse-Riding, a selection of Golf Courses, and a network of stunning country parks and walking trails. Caerphilly Train Station is only a few minutes walk away, with a regular service to Cardiff taking under 20 minutes.