Things to see and do - Aberyswyth
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A seaside resort of somewhat dated charm, Aberystwyth is also a young and animated city, thanks to the University College of Wales, founded here in 1872 in a seafront location. Inland from the town is some spectacular landscape, making this an ideal base from which to explore the sea and mountains.
Tourist attractions Aberyswyth : Things to see and do
Marine Terrace GB - Aberyswyth SY23 2AZ
There are few modern intrusions to mar the Victorian harmony of Marine Terrace, a sinuous line of small hotels and guest houses facing the sea. To the north, the Cliff Railway, a steam train dating back to 1896, still scales the heights of Constituti..
Park Avenue GB - Aberyswyth SY23 1PG
The Vale of Rheidol Valley Light Railway takes tourists from Aberystwyth station to the Mynach waterfalls through the glorious wooded Rheidol Valley. The 19-km trip takes an hour as the train climbs slowly to the terminus at a height of 195 m. The li..
A44 GB - Llanbadarn Fawr
This 13C church was built on the site of a monastery founded by St Padarn in the 6C. Evidence of the antiquity and importance of this parish can be found in the south transept where two Celtic crosses, probably dating back to the 9 or 10C are kept in..
19 Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion GB - Aberystwyth SY23 2AZ
Gwesty Cymru Hotel & Restaurant is set on Aberystwyth’s Victorian, seafront promenade and overlooks Cardigan Bay in the West Wales county of Ceredigion. It offers an award-winning restaurant, a garden and bar. The stylish, modern rooms at Gwesty Cym..
The Promenade, 44/45 Marine Terrace GB - Aberystwyth SY23 2BX
The Richmond Hotel boasts a prime seafront location on the main Promenade overlooking Cardigan Bay and is a short stroll from the town centre, train and bus stations, the University, Arts Centre and The National Library of Wales. Offering smart, mod..
Marine Terrace GB - Aberystwyth SY23 2BA
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Boasting stunning views over Cardigan Bay, this hotel is situated on Aberyswyth's Victorian promenade, just a short walk from the town centre, train station and coastal path. Both the restaurant and bar offer a range of traditional and modern fare a..
Rhydyfelin GB - Aberystwyth / Aberyswyth SY23 4LU
19 Marine Terr GB - Aberyswyth SY23 2AZ
GB - Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn SY23 4LA
Life in this remote, picturesque valley revolves around the passionately run village pub. Sit in the locals bar or the homely restaurant which opens onto the garden. Regional and valley produce features in satisfying, original dishes.