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Aberystwyth Holiday Cottages

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Handpicked Cottages in Aberystwyth

Enjoy the best of natural and cultural wonders with a stay at one of our holiday cottages in Aberystwyth. Within our portfolio is an extensive range of holiday cottages to suit every taste and requirement, from traditional and modern cottages, chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments. For a holiday cottage with finer touches, select one of the properties that features a log fire or hot tub.

To ensure the needs of the whole family are met, choose one of our dog-friendly holiday properties that welcomes the furry addition to the family, or pick one of our wheelchair-friendly properties should you or a loved one require it.

The Aberystwyth holiday cottages sleep groups of two or more, which means couples, families or large parties looking to explore this iconic part of West Wales can easily do so.

Guide to Aberystwyth:

Nestled within hills and beaches is the iconic town of Aberystwyth. The seafront is lined with Victorian and Edwardian buildings that fringe the beach, iconic pier and those stunning coastal views you expect from Wales. Overlooking these breath-taking sights are the ruins of a 14th-century castle which the town has become famous for. In the distance, you can even spot mountains, which in winter are decorated in light snow and on a clear day, you can even catch a glimpse of the famous mount Snowdon.

Despite its remote location, the town is alive with vibrancy due the University and the countless pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants that are located here. The harbour, historically one of the busiest in the entirety of the country, is connected to the rivers Rheidol and Ystwyth. In the warmer months, enjoy walking around this picturesque town, relaxing on the beach or taking a dip in the sea which has a temperature that is regulated by the Gulf Stream.

Things to Do in Aberystwyth:

  • Historic Sites
  • Walking
  • Beaches
  • Cafes, Pubs, Bars and Restaurants
  • Railways
  • Family Attractions
  • Horse Riding
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