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Alban Square, Aberaeron, SA46 0AQ, United Kingdom – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room, Restaurant (à la carte)
Wired internet is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, Luggage storage, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
15:00 - 23:00 hours
07:30 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All children under 12 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 94 reviews
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In beautiful Aberaeron, Monachty is a traditional seaside pub and hotel with bright guest rooms, free Wi-Fi and a terrace with stunning harbour views.
Score from 179 reviews Good
Situated in historic Aberstwyth, The Starling Cloud offers a bar, restaurant, and an indoor children’s play area. With free onsite parking, it is just 15 minutes’ walk from Aberystwth Railway Station....
Score from 654 reviews Fabulous
Centrally located within the beautiful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, this hotel offers traditionally decorated rooms and a fine selection of drinks from its bar. Wi-Fi is free in public areas.
Score from 38 reviews Good
In the heart of Ceredigion, Penwig is a family-run pub with modern rooms and stunning sea views of New Quay, where dolphins are sometimes seen.
Score from 187 reviews Fabulous
Home comfort, friendly atmosphere, with plenty of local interest and lovely walks.
Warm welcome with all details explained to me. Lovely decorated single room followed by a good nights sleep and the following day set off with a hearty breakfast
Friendly staff Cleanliness of bedrooms Excellent location Fantastic food
no negatives only positive feedback
The seaside town of Aberaeron. Ease of access to the hotel at anytime. The room itself apart from the view overlooking the parking area which lacked privacy.
Our breakfast the first morning was far from appetising but improved for the subsequent days except for the limp toast. Bathroom was far too small, one had to retire into the bedroom to dryoneself after a shower.
We stayed here for one night and had dinner, bed and breakfast. The hotel was lovely, our room had a vintage charm to it, was spacious and very clean. White fluffy towels and a very good power shower. We had dinner in the restaurant which was delicious, could not fault the service, we had drinks in the lounge and as soon as we were seated our starters were served. The food was excellent, I had Prawns to start with followed by Salmon and my partner had tomato and basil soup and Thai green curry. We then shared waffles with coconut ice cream and maple syrup for dessert. The welsh cooked breakfast in the morning was just as good and there was also plenty of fresh fruit and yoghurts to choose from. The hotel is a real gem and we also loved the location, Aberaeron, is a small quaint seaside town, full of Georgian elegance, the houses are all brightly coloured, with an abundance of beautiful flowers and everywhere is very well kept. We would definitely recommend and hope to return one day.
Loved the location - aberaeron is lovely. Comfortable beds. Good food. Nice lounge. And great water pressure in the shower.
The floor upstairs was at a crazy angle in places. My bedroom door looked drunk as a result. The decor was very old fashioned. A serious update needed. Steep stairs to the first floor, so not good if you struggle with that sort of thing. My room had a very uninspiring view of the hotel roof.
Everything was excellent would definitely recommend and would love to stay there again.
Nothing to report loved it.
there was a central heating pump,or something like it, kept starting up , and stopping,going on 24 hours a day, quite noisy, I complained to the man who booked us in he was not helpful ,he didn't even come to our room to see where the noise was coming from,also there was a wedding reception at the hotel the music kept us awake till the small hours the breakfast was very small considering the price we paid, we wont be back there, roger ocallaghan
Noisy kitchen vent under bedroom window
Location and parking is excellent Manageress was very attentive,
Dinner at the restaurant was not up to what we were hoping, Having read the much admired menu, Wine waiter most certainly did not know his duties,
Best bead I, v ever slept in , very relaxed atmosphere and plesent staff
Nothing all good
Very friendly and helpful staff. Gave us good tips where to go / not to go for dinner.
Shower a bit mouldy
Size of room, bathroom, lovely evening meal and an excellent breakfast.
The room was like a furnace, it was ground floor so not really viable to leave windows open during the daytime. We were there during the very hot weather though so probably not normally such a problem.
Location, helpful staff, good quality food, comfortable beds
We were allocated a twin room at the rear of the hotel (Room 9) which was over the kitchen area. Our sleep was interrupted most nights by a freezer switching on at intermittent intervals for around 30 seconds each time. Décor and facilities were good in our room. We would stay at the hotel again, but not in that room!
we had traveled for 5 hours for our sons graduation so we were delighted with the hotel and the lovely room, we also had requested the sunken bath which made the stay very nice! Also had a superb meal in the evening.
Excellent room(family room although only the 2 of us) but still spacious and very very clean. Beds very comfy and had an excellent sleep the two nights we stayed.Bathroom had bath and shower, which I like and tea/coffee making facilities and well stocked. Linen/towels smelled very fresh and were spotless. Breakfast was superb, plenty choice and everything I had was well cooked and prepared. Couldn't fault it at all. Would certainly stay here again if ever down visiting in Aberaeron/Lampeter area again. and certainly recommend it to anyone.
Our room was above the function room and there was a function first night we stayed, but it did finish at 12.00am.So not bad really. A little pricey, but was very comfortable stay
Décor. Very comfortable. Friendly staff.
Ease of getting into village Great breakfast Comfy bed
Main road location quite noisy Very poor internet and wifi service. Not available in all rooms as stated. Although it has a 5* rating I don't think it's justified
The location of the Hotel is ideal for exploring the town. The food was excellent and yet the Hotel at first didn't inspire us to book a place in the restaurant. It was only because a local told us about it!
The hotel more or less shuts at 10.00pm. that being said, so did the town!
The room was very nice and the food in the restaurant for both breakfast and evening meal was excellent. Staff all very friendly.
Nothing a little gem
Booked this hotel the evening before we were due to arrive as our previous hotel had double booked us. So thankful that they did because our 2 night stay here was lovely. The staff were all courteous and friendly and our room (No 2) was very clean and overlooked the Square. Breakfast was superb and served to us in no time at all and with a smile. The hotel itself is an old 1815 coaching inn and still retains its original character, very quirky. Would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area.
What's not to like?
ideal location for mid wales,coast and countryside
The staff were very friendly and helpful and attentive to our needs as my husband is in a wheelchair.
Had to go outside and up a side road, pushing my husband in his wheelchair in order to get to our room.
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