Afan Valley Adventure Resort

Welcome to a resort where pushing the boundaries comes as standard; where adrenaline-fuelled adventures are plentiful; where a healthy lifestyle is delivered and where exhilaration is guaranteed.

Welcome to a holiday experience designed to leave you breathless from the minute you arrive to the minute you leave and where a kaleidoscope of activities await you.

Afan Valley Adventure Resort – home to Europe’s ultimate outdoor lifestyle experience.

For our investors we have two offerings, plots at £25,000 and lodges starting at £175,000.

Afan Valley Adventure Resort, South Wales, U.K.

Afan Valley Adventure Resort, South Wales, sees the creation of one of the biggest and most exciting outdoor adventure parks in the UK, set over 485 acres, the development will see the construction of a 100 room luxury hotel, alongside 400 lodges, all arranged around a commercial centre with shops, restaurants and bars.

Resort Highlights

  • The ultimate outdoor adventure park in Afan Valley, South Wales.
  • Situated in a strategic location, benefiting from high tourist demand.
  • Some of the most iconic names & prestigious brands involved which will include a Bear Grylls Survival Academy.
  • A near-endless list of adventure activities including an aquatic adventure park, high-wire adventure courses, extreme sports facilities, a trampoline park, BMX tracks, rock climbing, paint balling and more.
  • A central Hub with shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and a 5* hotel & spa.

Land Plots from £25,000

  • Purchase land plots for £25,000 and receive 10% per annum for up to 3 years.
  • No stamp duty to pay!
  • Short term investment up to a maximum of 3 years.
  • On exchange of contracts for your purchase of the plot, Afan Valley Adventure Resort Limited will simultaneously enter into a contract to buy the plot from you within three years.
  • The price of the buy back will be determined by the date in the repayment Quarter that the plot is bought back by Afan Valley Adventure Resort Limited.

Lodges from £175,000

  • 8% rental return assured for 10 years, payable annually.
  • 14 days of personal use, 7 days in high season and 7 days in low season.
  • Contracted sell back to developer rising at 2.5% each year to 125% of your initial investment after 10 years.
  • 125 year lease with full legal title.
  • No stamp duty to pay!
  • Invest in 3 stages, 50% up front, 25% by end of q1 2015 and 25% when your lodge is delivered in  q1/q2 2020
Location

Afan Valley Adventure Resort: Afan Valley, Wales

Spanning 485 acres of spectacular countryside, Afan Valley Adventure Resort is located within the Afan Valley, midway between Swansea and Cardiff in south Wales. Set amidst dense woodland areas with stunning elevated views Afan Valley Adventure Resort lies adjacent to the former mining lodge of Cymmer and adjacent to a European award-winning national mountain biking facility, Afan Forest Park, which receives approximately 60,000 visitors each year.

Transport links are readily available with junction 40 of the M4 approximately 11 km (6.5 miles) to the south west via the A4107. The parc is north east of Port Talbot, with the city of Swansea 13 miles (20 km) to the west and Cardiff 28 miles (44 km) to the east.

Afan Valley

Known as the heart and soul of Wales, the valleys of South Wales are a must-see destination, with Afan Valley in the very heart.

A region of breathtaking natural beauty, Afan Valley is set amongst densely wooded forests and glorious countryside offering picture perfect views.

Untouched by urbanisation, this peaceful region of Wales is made up of a string of small villages, creating the perfect setting for a holiday escape. Designated a Forest Park in 1972 thanks to its lush landscape and stunning setting, this picture perfect region of South Wales is now a magnet for tourists who flock to visit the many walk and bike routes that scatter the vibrant green valley. So much so, the area has now evolved into a hugely popular destination for outdoor activity and has become a premier destination for world class mountain biking.

Named in the top ten places of the world to ‘ride before you die’, the park is home to four world class mountain bike trails and two family friendly routes, offering something for both amateur and more experienced bikers alike.

Of course traversing around on two wheels is not the only way to discover the area and there are a variety of other outdoor pursuits to enjoy including nature rambles and hikes, horse riding, kayaking, caving, climbing, gorge walking and fishing.

Why invest in Welsh tourism?

  • Tourism is a thriving industry in Wales with visitors spending around £14 million a day, amounting to approximately £5.1 billion per year.
  • Outdoor activity tourism in Wales is big business, contributing a huge £481 million to the Welsh economy and supporting 8,243 full time jobs. This annual contribution of £481 million amounts to 10% of the total economic contribution of all tourism in Wales.
  • Activity holidays play a key role in attracting visitors for short breaks in Wales, helping to support more rural areas and extending the tourism season.
  • In 2015, 75 million day trips were made by British residents to destinations in Wales, generating a total expenditure of £2,714 million.
  • More than 10 million tourists stayed overnight in Wales in 2015, the highest figure since 2006.
  • Wales attracted 933,000 visits from overseas in 2015 [figures from Office for National Statistics]. 70.5% of these visits came from Europe, 12.6% from North America and 16.7% from other overseas countries.
  • The average spend per day-trip amounted to approximately £36.24, which was slightly higher than the value of £35.32 for Great Britain as a whole, and was £6.59 higher than the average spend for Wales in 2014.
  • From January to December 2015, hotel room occupancy levels in Wales rose by 3% (up to 67%), compared to the same period in 2014. Similarly, guesthouses and B&B room occupancies also rose by 3% (up to 38%) in the same period.
  • Holiday and leisure trips to Wales accounted for 62% of all trips to Wales in the first eleven months of 2015.
450 acres

of luscious forest park and wide open countryside.

+10 million tourists

stayed overnight in Wales in 2015

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