Aberystwyth (Mouth of the Ystwyth) is a historic market town, administrative centre and holiday resort within Ceredigion, West Wales. Often colloquially known as Aber, it is located near the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol.
Since the late 19th century, Aberystwyth has also been a major Welsh educational centre, with the establishment of a university college there in 1872. At the 2001 census, the town's population was 15,935. During nine months of the year, there is an influx of students—to a total number of 10,400 as of September 2012—but there is no reliable measure of the number of those students whose family residence is outside Aberystwyth.
Local authority: Ceredigion Council
OS Grid Reference: SN585815
Tourist Information Centre
Phone 01970 612125
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Located in the heart of Aberystwyth near the waterfront, Harry's Hotel & Restaurant features an on-site bar and restaurant, and offers rooms with contemporary design and free WiFi access. Guests benefit from on-site private parking free of charge. Details...
With a courtyard terrace and traditional restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel offers bright rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is in the centre of Aberystwyth, just 500 metres from Aberystwyth Pier. Details...
Just 5 minutes' walk from Aberystwyth town centre and 10 minutes’ walk from the spectacular coast, these serviced apartments boast free WiFi and free parking on site. Details...
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. Details...
Situated in Aberystwyth on the west coast of Wales, Maes Y Mor offers 3-star guest accommodation with free Wi-Fi and free parking. The beach is a 2-minute walk away, and the bus and train stations are also nearby. Details...
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. Details...
Coed Y Mynach is a fabulous, detached cottage situated on the edge of the village of Llanalir, close to the Ceredigion coastline. The cottage offers four bedrooms, including a master double room with an en-suite shower, a further double room, and two twin rooms. Details...
Cwm Derw is a welcoming detached bungalow four miles from Aberystwyth. The cottage has two double bedrooms (one with a three-quarter size bed) and a twin room, along with a shower room and cloakroom. Details...
Enlli is a lovely barn conversion, one of three in this location, six miles from Aberystwyth. With three bedrooms, a double with en-suite, a double and an adult bunk bedroom, as well as a family bathroom, this is a great base for a family. Details...
Trysor Y Mor is a charming mid-terrace cottage set in a wonderful location just moments from Borth Beach. With three bedrooms including one ground floor king-size double plus two first floor twins, this cottae can sleep six peple The rest of the accommodation includes a first floor bathroom, a ground floor kitchen with dining area and a first floor sitting room. Details...
The self-contained cottage offers beautifully decorated and spacious accommodation, with large shared gardens and wonderful views of the open countryside. Take advantage of the lovely walks and cycling opportunities of the 20 mile long Ystwyth Trail, visit the sandy beaches of the coastline of West Wales, or spend the day in Aberystwyth strolling around the many shops, pubs, art gallery, museum and promenade. Details...
Glynmoor is a delightful holiday cottage in Llanrhystud, near Aberaeron, on a very quiet road leading to the church and the coastal path and can sleep six/eight people. Details...