Cons: Narrow musty staircase to room. Shower over bath wasn't very good. Would have preferred just a straightforward shower with decent pressure
Pros: Lovely friendly staff, good food and great location with good views.
Pros: Location; fantastic views from room. Very helpful manager (Gareth). Excellent breakfast.
Cons: Parking was OK for us but is quite limited.
Pros: Friendly and welcoming staff. Amazing sea views from my bedroom and walking distance to the harbour.
Pros: Plenty of tea and.cofee etc every day.great central location and a sea view. Great
Pros: Staff were brilliant, very welcoming, especially the Manager. When he found out we'd paid for overnight parking around the corner he insisted that we should find him in the bar and he'd take ...
Pros: Comfortable room good view. Breakfast was great
Cons: Lack of signage for car patk
Pros: Great pub atmosphere in a top location. Very comfortable room - we had a sea view which was brilliant. Food was excellent. We had our evening meal at a window table whilst watching the dolphins ...
Cons: Rear car park is small - be prepared to have to park on the road outside, and chance a parking ticket!!
Pros: The room was a good size but the ensuing was tiny. The position was good. We did not eat there but the food looked fine.
Cons: The cleanliness of the room was bad. It had not been cleaned properly. The shower was disgusting. Also the toilet brush had been used and was filthy.
Pros: Fantastic position overlooking the bay and harbour.
Pros: staff extremely pleasant and helpful excellent breakfast
Cons: atmosphere in bar very quiet
Pros: We absolutely loved this spot! The staff could not have been nicer or more helpful, the atmosphere was homey & inviting, and the food was excellent! The town was also really charming, and the ...
Pros: The room was lovely with a very comfy bed. The breakfast was tasty and the the staff were excellent.
Cons: Nothing...everything about the hotel was excellent
Pros: Staff brilliant, food fantastic , bed very comfortable.
Cons: Nothing all good.
Pros: food was good
Cons: rooms need updating
Pros: The staff were very friendly and the location brilliant.
Cons: We stayed in room 8 very dark.
Pros: Lovely room, very clean and well decorated. Comfy bed. Delicious freshly cooked breakfast, and very helpful staff. The vintage afternoon tea was beautifully presented and delicious.
Cons: My room did not have the complimentary toiletries that it should have, but when I told the staff they quickly replenished them.
Pros: Excellent breakfast. All good, fresh, local ingredients nicely cooked and presented.
Cons: We stayed in one of the front bedrooms. Traffic noise throughout Saturday night. Otherwise a very pleasant stay. Will stay there again.
Pros: I liked the breakfast very much. It was unusual to have such thick slices of lovely unsmoked bacon. In most places the bacon slices are so thin you can see through them. An unusual treat when ...
Cons: The small chunk of black pudding in my breakfast though everything else was great.
Pros: The staff were all good at their job. Breakfast excellent, as was the service. Plenty of drinks in the bedroom. very clean throughout.
Cons: Could have been a bit warmer throughout, the shower water was also lukewarm. Stairs were tricky.
Enjoy your visit to Aberaeron with a stay at Feathers Royal Hotel. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
Pros: The locality, food and staff all made to a good stay
Pros: Room was fine but needs updating.........the position of the hotel was brilliant, wonderful terrace and balcony.......food absolutely no complaints
Cons: Aberaeron, interesting but the beach not my cup of tea......
Pros: The view was lovely and the seating area at the resr of the property was gorgeous for breakfast.
Cons: Check in I wasn't very good and staff closed the bar before 11 on a Friday night when we returned so couldn't get a last drink
Pros: The breakfast was good.
Cons: No doors on the wardrobe, no drawers, nowhere to put toiletries in bathroom. shower temperature (either boiling of cold). food choice not suitable for vegetarinas, vegans, gluten or dairy intolerance...
Pros: Really good location great staff thoroughly enjoyed our stay
Cons: Needs hairdryer and storage/shelf in bathroom
Pros: The room as a whole was a pleasant surprise. Lovely view. Lots of tea and coffee supplied in the rooms. Nice shower. Everything we needed..
Cons: The customer service was terrible. We waited at least 10 minutes to check in, despite a waitress walking past us 3 times, not a great start. Then came down for drinks before we went for dinner and ...
Pros: The beautiful views from the back verandah
Cons: The stairs were a bit narrow
Pros: Great location. Beautiful little harbour.
Cons: Shower didn't work very well. The kitchen fans were noisy.
Pros: Perfect for meeting in Aberaeron and great value. Friendly staff. Good breakfast with hot food cooked to order and fruit, cereal, juice, coffee self service. Rooms not fancy but perfectly comfortable.
Cons: Shower not amazing but for £65 a night B&B for a twin room, not a deal breaker
Pros: Great Position lovelly views across harbour and centre of town.
Cons: Room size great ! Toilet size restrictive, toilet roll was sticking in my chest and I burnt my leg on the radiator which was direct to my right every time I needed to use it !
The Monachty is a traditional seaside pub and hotel, situated in the beautiful town of Aberaeron in Ceredigion. The Monachty features a brasserie restaurant with an extensive fresh menu, spacious beer garden and stunning views of the harbour. With seven well appointed ensuite hotel bedrooms The Monachty offers great accommodation in the beautiful setting of Aberaeron. All our bedrooms are decorated in a modern fashion and are light and airy. Some of our rooms also have stunning views of the Aberar.
Pros: Pleasant staff, lovely room with Welsh name and soft furnishing making it stylish and comfortable. Great breakfast. Handy location.
Cons: Traffic noise until about midnight as hotel is on fairly busy A road, but did not worry us unduly.
Pros: Nice breakfast
Cons: Walls in the bedroom are thin you could hear people in the next room quite easily
Pros: It was clean great location very popular bar
Cons: The room was noisy window wasn't great, it was like sleeping outside could hear everything, we got no sleep at all, we weren't told that we had to book for dinner and when we went for evening ...
Pros: comfy bed
Cons: told the bar would be open till 12 when we arrived with friends at 11 we were told only one drink was told they closed if it was quiet there was 20 people in bar we said we wouldn't have come ...
Pros: The room we were allocated was not up to expectations for the price. It was small, the bathroom was small and the shower cubicle was tiny. There was no real ambience, no view, the bed was very noisy. ...
Pros: The breakfast was very nicely prepared to order.
Cons: When we arrived the bar area was very busy and noisy and this is where reception is located. We had to complete a form and constantly had to move out of the way to allow bar staff through. The room ...
Pros: The breakfast was first class, the friendly/helpful staff, the location and the shower.
Cons: The tv in our room didn't work.
Pros: The home from home atmosphere, very friendly area, able to speak welsh, felt that we were most welcomed in all aspect
Pros: Room was lovely, clean and the location was in the centre of the town which was helpful for me and my partner.
Cons: Staff could of been more helpful, as no information was given about checkout times. Breakfast was poor, staff were rude and made us feel unwelcome. Booked online and website says 'free booking ...
Pros: The staff
Cons: There wasn't any parking.
When visiting Aberaeron, The Castle Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Ground Floor Cafe Bar, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast and lunch. A bar/lounge and a snack bar/deli are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale inn offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters.
Merwerydd Guest Accommodation is a great choice for a stay in Aberaeron. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and full breakfast is available on weekdays. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer up nice touches like iPod docks and rainfall showerheads.