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UNITED KINGDOM TRAVEL INFORMATION
Brief Rundown on All the Great Places Wales has to Offer
- Ceredigion A Spectacular Town
- The Newest Capital in Europe
Wells: The Hub Of Wales
Well Spent in Wales
Things to Do
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- Ceredigion A Spectacular Town by Simon Haughtone
Aberystwyth - Ceredigion
is a spectacular town indeed! It was established over seven hundred years
ago and it was earlier regarded as the capital of Wales. It is surrounded
by a magnificent landscape of Great Britain, the Cambrian Mountains and
the Rheidol Valley.
|It houses not only the National
Library of Wales but the first College of the University of Wales and it
has the largest Arts Centre in Wales. Britain's most precious treasures
lay hidden in this National Library during the II World War. Other literary
treasures are also stored in this famous town Aberystwyth - Ceredigion.
Aberystwyth - Ceredigion's
beaches in the UK are award winning beaches and not to be missed. It has
a perfect railway system running between Ceredigion's Heritage coast and
Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation. It also has a well known and
renowned narrow gauge as well as an electric cliff rail.
The history of Aberystwyth
- Ceredigion is based on a native Welsh culture. It has a collection of
the oldest manuscripts written in Welsh language. The people of this town
live a simple lifestyle.
Aberystwyth - Ceredigion's
varied national institutions include The Welsh League of Youth; The Farmers'
Union of Wales; The Union of Welsh Teachers and many more.
There are many tourist attractions
at Aberystwyth - Ceredigion like The Ceredigion Museum; The Vale of Rheidol
Narrow Gauge Steam Railway; The Aberystwyth Electric Cliff Railway; The
Centre for Christian Tradition; The Exhibition Galleries of the Aberystwyth
Arts Centre. Of course these are worth visiting if you are planning a tour
to Aberystwyth - Ceredigion a spectacular and historic place.
Tourism and tourists are
always on the go I search of a nice place to visit and feel at home
away from home. Little towns like Aberystwyth - Ceredigion are worth
the try. Not in many places can we find much of the historic past as in
Aberystwyth - Ceredigion. As soon as you enter the town a feeling of nostalgia
sets into the minds of the visitors and there's a lot more to feast the
for Aberystwyth hotels
HOTELS IN ABERYSTWYTH, CEREDIGION, WALES, UNITED KINGDOM
browsing hotels in Aberystwyth and surrounding areas
Lion Hotel - B&B Aberystwyth
Black Lion is quietly located 1 mile from Strata Florida abbey, in the
stunning scenery of Mid-West Wales and is 20 minutes drive from Aberystwyth.
It is the ideal bed and breakfast base for walkers, fishermen, cyclists,
nature and history lovers. Indeed it has offered a warm and friendly base
to drovers, pilgrims and travellers for centuries. Today this traditional,
country inn offers guests wishing to escape modern life, the opportunity
to stay in comfortable and relaxing surroundings in one of our seven tastefully
decorated ensuite bedrooms. We offer a traditional, home cooked menu
using high quality, locally sourced produce which is served in the cosy,traditional
bar or our lounge.
Conrah hotel is set in 18 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside, making
it the perfect base for business or a relaxing break. With a strong emphasis
on great food and service, guests can enjoy the warm, relaxed ambience
of the Park Restaurant, Valley View Bar and a quiet lounge. All of which
have view over the grounds and the Ystwyth Valley. The Park Restaurant
at the Conrah caters for all occasions, from relaxed meals with friends
to larger special events. The hotel prides themselves on using home-grown,
local and seasonal produce in our delicious meals. They also offer lighter
meals in the bar area and the new ‘Little Dragons’ menu for children, offers
tasty, fresh and healthy food in smaller portions.
Hotel & Restaurant Aberystwyth
residence with a sense of elegance, Harry’s is conveniently located in
the heart of Aberystwyth near the waterfront, train station and shopping
centre; an ideal choice for any visit. With a convenient position just
off the High Street, a 2-minute walk from Cardigan Bay seafront, it is
unsurprising that the hotel’s surroundings are seen as an area of outstanding
natural beauty. The hotel is within easy walking distance of all of the
town’s attractions, amenities and facilities. The nearby university and
library lend an intellectual and cultural aspect to your stay. The hotel
will be happy to help with details and information regarding local attractions
and what to see and do in the area.
Hafod Hotel Devils Bridge, near Aberystwyth
Hafod Hotel stands alongside the "Devils bridge" at the head of the dramatic
waterfalls. It overlooks the spectacular wooded gorges of the Mynach and
Rheidol rivers. The Hafod Hotel makes an excellent base for a short break
or long holiday. The Restaurant has a relaxing atmosphere which specialises
in fine dining and local seasonal produce.The restaurant itself is perfectly
suited for family gatherings and romantic dining, as it presents the perfect
atmosphere for guests to enjoy. The Victorian Tea Room serves snacks and
bar meals throughout the day and is open in the evening for family bar
meals or just relaxing at the Pool Table.