Our beautiful Townhouse is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac next to the Marina and just around the corner to South Beach in the coastal town of Aberystwyth. It is conveniently located for the castle and walking into the town for the shops, cafe's, restaurants, pubs, railway and bus stations.
The house can sleep up to 11 people in 6 bedrooms - 2 King, 1 double, 1 single and 2 twin rooms - 1 being on the ground floor.
3 bathrooms - one on each floor.
Games Room - suitable for children and adults.
4K Smart Television lounge with log effect fire.
Separate dining room.
Fully equipped kitchen.
Rear enclosed courtyard garden with outdoor furniture and BBQ.
Garage use for storage purposes - kayak's, canoe's, beach items etc.
Free on street parking.
Towels are supplied, beds made up ready together with day to day stuff as standard.
“… rising and falling, wave upon wave on the long shore by the village…” R. S. Thomas.
A visit to Aberystwyth is not complete until you’ve strolled along the superb, mile long Victorian Promenade and ‘Kick the Bar’. Just a few minutes away from the oldest pier in Wales: the exceptional Townhouse makes a perfect coastal retreat for couples and large family gatherings. Boasting contemporary interiors and exquisite style throughout, this charming Victorian Townhouse is ideally located near the bustling Aberystwyth town centre and marina. It offers guests a glorious escape away from it all in beautifully-presented accommodation. Warm and welcoming, all creature comforts are provided, including divine little touches that create a home from home atmosphere. A rear courtyard garden makes a lovely way to have a drink and a bite as the day draws to a close.
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Aberystwyth, Ceredigion , SY23 4DF
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