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Set in Aberaeron, in a building dating from 19th century, Harbormaster Hotel offers a bar and guestrooms with free WiFi. This gem of a hotel exceeded all my expectations. A small harbor side village hotel serving up gourmet meals and five star service throughout.
Located in Aberaeron, Feathers Royal Hotel features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. The location was very centrally situated, just a short walk to town and beach. Breakfast was superb, fruit juice, cereal, fruit, yoghurt, full cooked breakfast, toast, tea/coffee pancakes and syrup. Catering for all requirements. Great start to the day. Staff very polite and friendly and helpful.
Located in the coastal village of Aberarth, The Pod & Cwtch luxury accommodations is 1.3 miles from Aberaeron. The property features sea views and there is free private parking. Very clean self sufficient glamping pods. Large comfortable bed, all the facilities you would expect and more. Hot shower and toilet. Fabulous views across Aberaeron, surrounded by nature, be advised it is at the top of a steep hill.
Centrally located within the beautiful Georgian harbor 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. The location was excellent, the hotel looked great, staff very nice and polite, very quiet and unique. I absolutely loved my stay there. The towels were fantastic!!!
Located in Aberaeron, 16 mi from Aberystwyth, Gwennaul B & B features a garden and free WiFi. Kerry and Dave were the perfect hosts. Their home is set up so that guests have privacy and so do they. We were greeted with tea, coffee, and scones. Our room was very comfortable and the bathroom very clean. Kerry and Dave take the time to visit but they don't dominate your stay. We walked into town for our dinner as it was a short walk but our hosts offered to drive us and pick us up if we preferred. Breakfast was great. This was our favourite B&B of our holiday. We would definitely return!
Located in Aberaeron, Sunset Studio Apartments provides accommodations with a TV. Aberystwyth is 17 mi from the apartment, while Cardigan is 22 mi away. Spotlessly clean. Modern well kept. Bed super comfy. Made welcome by lady on reception. Amazing view Coastal walk
Aberaron is a beautifull town with lots of very good restaurants. Can highly recommend the cellar ,Harbour Master and fish and chip shop amongst others. People are very friendly. Some lovely little shops to visit. A lovely harbour ,coastal path from aberarth to aberaron A site for motorhomes on the outskirts. A lovely touristy place to visit would recommend visiting it to see for yourself. On a good bus route . Ideal for walkers cyclists.
First visit to Aberaeron, and wont be the last. Easy to walk around and frequent buses to visit locality, Newquay/ Aberyswyth. Very busy for September, plenty of cafes and bars. Recommend The Stubborn Duckling restaurant
The trip was very good, breakfast was great, plenty to eat. Our bedroom was very nice and was well rested throughout our stay. Hospitality was very good. We like walking and so was directed to walks by the river and to historic buildings. There was plenty to do. A most enjoyable and we'll earned break.
Always lovely to visit after living in the area for 14 years great to go back. Celtic outdoor bar by the harbour very relaxing table service great place to chill they also have a great fish and chip bar too.Aberaeron is flat so easy to get around but the roads have been narrowed because of COVID the restaurants have moved onto the streets. A walk down the river is beautiful take food for the ducks. Tip get to resterants early they fill up very quickly.
A lovely little harbour town, quiet, no rowdiness and friendly locals. It was like going back in time staying here. There were no fast food outlets so no litter. Plenty of benches to sit on around the harbour and along the coastal paths.
The coastal walk up top was excellent as were the views it afforded. I was disappointed that the beach didn't have golden sand but the more volcanic type. I liked the different colours of the houses and it was lovely to be by the sea. I think New Quay which is a few miles away is prettier though and its sand is the golden kind. Obviously both places really fill up the further into the season you go so I suspect there is probably more room to breath in Aberaeron. Coast reminded me of Cornwall and certainly want to return to explore further another time. One final thing to mention is that I was challenged by the number of other tourists and seeking still to keep social distance and wearing a mask when appropriate. I would think that will only increase as the season develops however I would say not to let that put anyone off visiting.
Very clean self sufficient glamping pods. Large comfortable bed, all the facilities you would expect and more. Hot shower and toilet. Fabulous views across Aberaeron, surrounded by nature, be advised it is at the top of a steep hill.
The location was excellent, the hotel looked great, staff very nice and polite, very quiet and unique. I absolutely loved my stay there. The towels were fantastic!!!
This gem of a hotel exceeded all my expectations. A small harbor side village hotel serving up gourmet meals and five star service throughout.
It was excellent place to stay. Had a great meal in the evening and bfast was great too
A comfortable stay. Breakfast was superb