Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Aberystwyth
The Welsh Black Inn
“…and soon the small birds’ melodies must hear, first uttered from my orchard trees;” W. Wordsworth.
Leave the alarm clock at home, and instead awaken to gentle birdsong, and a fabulous leisurely breakfast, when you stay at the traditional, Welsh Black Inn. Set in the appealing village of Bow Street, in Aberystwyth, the area is extremely pleasurable to visit, due to its warm sunny weather, flowing from the Gulf Stream. So after a busy day exploring, enjoy a drink or two in the delightful bar which boasts original features and traditional charm. There’s a lovely, cosy atmosphere that allows guests to feel relaxed and at ease with charming, friendly service and exceptional food which is appetising and plentiful, so you’ll sleep deeply and soundly. Rooms are spotless with stylish charm and modern comforts.
Food for Thought
Forget the diet: and put the calorie counting on the back burner for a while, but do bring a healthy appetite with you, as you’ll need one, when you dine at The Welsh Black Inn, in the village of Bow Street near Aberystwyth. Bright and eye-catching, the Inn is highly attractive, possessing all the charm of the past, with the convenience of the present. Relax with a drink in the friendly atmosphere, and relish fabulous service from a great team, as gravity-defying plates of scrumptious, flavoursome food are brought, hot and delicious to extremely lucky diners. The Welsh Black Inn boasts an outstanding reputation for excellent food, at reasonable prices, all served in a clean and shiny environment.
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The Welsh Black Inn, Cartref, Bow Street, UK
Aberystwyth Cliff Railway
Admire some of the most beautiful panoramic views of the country. Located at the North of Aberystwyth promenade, not only can you see the iconic Cardigan Bay, but if you are lucky, you might even see as many as 26 mountain peaks.