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Featuring free bikes and bar, as well as a restaurant, Harbourmaster Hotel is located in Aberaeron. At the hotel, the rooms are equipped with a closet and a flat-screen TV. I don’t normally submit reviews but this excellent hotel deserves a review. I Would highly recommend it. The staff and atmosphere were fantastic and it felt like a true Welsh experience. The owners involvement added to the personal feel of the hotel and the food was delicious - especially the crab pasta.
Carno House is set in Aberaeron, 0.2 mi from Aberaeron Beach. This 4-star bed and breakfast offers luggage storage space. The rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The hosts were very welcoming - a welcome cup of tea after a day's driving. They also gave us helpful hints about Aberaeron that allowed us to have a wonderful dinner. The room with facilities and provisions were nicely presented and provisions generous. The breakfast was first class with lovely table settings, smart cutlery, crockery and linen topped off by a choice of cereals, juices, yoghurt and a full English breakfast beautifully cooked to our own specification. A wonderful stay. This place and hosts, Linda and Gary are real gems!!
Located in the coastal village of Aberarth, The Pod is 1.3 miles from Aberaeron. The property features sea views and there is free private parking. A flat-screen TV, DVD player and radio is provided. The biggest compliment I could pay to the pod and Rowena is that I felt like I was the very first person to stay there absolutely immaculate. Also had a few very pleasent visits from the lovely dog
2 Yr Hen Fanc is located in Aberaeron. The apartment, set in a building dating from 19th century, provides free WiFi. Yr Hen Fanc is one of the nicest flats we have stayed in. It was clean, modern and had everything we needed to feel at home. The milk, wine and waffles were a nice touch on arrival too. The bed was very comfortable and the shower was lovely. It's right in the middle of town close to the shops, restaurants, cafes and the harbour. The bus stops right outside too which was very convenient. Even though it's on the main road it's vey quiet inside and you don't hear the traffic at all. We moved the chair from the bedroom, so that we could both have a window seat, and spent a lot of time sitting in the window watching the world go by. Communication was great and we would highly recommend this wonderful flat.
The Aberaeron Apartment is located in Aberaeron. The property has sea views. This apartment features 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, and a kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave. the views back and front the kitchen and fittings the linen and towels comfortable chairs very lucky with the sunny weather
Arosfa Harborside Guest House is located in Aberaeron, 14 mi from Aberystwyth. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Certain rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. It was in a first class location and parking was easy. You could walk around in this very level area with plenty to see in the harbour area, and good quality shops and a selection of varied restaurants and a couple of proper old fashioned pubs. Scenery was great. Food was plentiful and well cooked and varied. Breakfasts substantial and renowned in the area.
Enjoyed staying in this very attractive town with the daintily coloured houses surrounding the harbour..The beach is not very suitable for young families,butNew Quay is only twenty minutes away.Good food at the Monachdy overlooking the river..a Brains Restaurant
Walking around town seeing pretty houses all painted different colours. View to ocean and harbour. Easy to walk around and felt safe. Locals in shops very friendly and helpful. Besides walking, eating and drinking, not much else to see and do a small fishing village. A pebble beach, not yellow sand but was told by locals pebbles keep water warmer and ok to swim. Not patrolled beach. Short drive to Newquay where we spotted dolphins and a sand beach there. Beware get to Newquay early, parking not plentiful in summer season! A pretty seaside town for children too. Abit too touristy for us and busy, enjoyed less people at Aberaeron! If you want a slower paced sea village with fairly flat walking then this town for you.
9.8 Exceptional 22 reviews
First timers at Glamping and wow we could not have picked at better setting than Celaeron Glamping, amazing views and such a serene place to spend some downtime. The pods are superbly set up hinting at the equestrian background of the owners Ed & Kelly who could not do enough to ensure their guests are comfortable. Aberaeron is so a lovely harbour town with amazing sunsets and the New Celtic fish and chip shop is highly recommended. We will definitely be heading back very soon.
8.6 Excellent 223 reviews
It was in a first class location and parking was easy. You could walk around in this very level area with plenty to see in the harbour area, and good quality shops and a selection of varied restaurants and a couple of proper old fashioned pubs. Scenery was great. Food was plentiful and well cooked and varied. Breakfasts substantial and renowned in the area.
9.5 Exceptional 188 reviews
I don’t normally submit reviews but this excellent hotel deserves a review. I Would highly recommend it. The staff and atmosphere were fantastic and it felt like a true Welsh experience. The owners involvement added to the personal feel of the hotel and the food was delicious - especially the crab pasta.
9.9 Exceptional 89 reviews
This has to be the cleanest B&B that I’ve ever stayed in. Kerry and Dave went above and beyond to help with my dietary requirements. The breakfast was cooked better than nearly all of the hotels I’ve ever stayed in, let alone a bed and breakfast. Give this place a try, you won’t be disappointed.
Fantastic cottage. Very clean and comfortable Everything you need also a tennis court for a quick game Very quite and relaxing place. walking distance to Aberaeron along the river. fantastic owners with good advice to all the beaches to visit
9.6 Exceptional 184 reviews
The Pod was just as we expected after reading all the great reviews - clean, cosy, comfortable with fantastic views of the seaside. If you’re looking for something a bit different from a typical hotel or B&B this is the perfect place.
8.1 Very Good 508 reviews
Great staff, excellent location, nice older ambience and great breakfast. Good base from which to explore that part of Wales. Recommended. Aberaeron is a wonderful little town.
9.6 Exceptional 219 reviews
Lovely friendly hosts - nothing was too much trouble to make sure we had a great stay in Aberaeron. Not just in the B&B itself, but also restaurant recommendations etc.
9.4 Awesome 130 reviews
It's a beautiful house with airy breakfast room... friendly owners and easy walk to all parts of Aberaeron including the harbour area.
8.7 Excellent 118 reviews
Very picturesque location. Excellent breakfast - visiting parents in the next village so no requirement to eat dinner at the hotel.
Excellent location, very well equipped, warm and comfortable. Perfect as a base for eight of us motorcyclist exploring Mid Wales.
8.2 Very Good 98 reviews
Good value for money, excellent location in lovely aberaeron.