Aberystwyth overlooks Cardigan Bay and is the largest town in Ceredigion with two sheltered beaches, a Victorian Cliff Railway and the Vale of Rheidol Railway which runs to nearby Devil’s Bridge. The bustling pier and promenade area is brimming with great family attractions including a kid’s outdoor pool, a Bandstand, amusements and cafes. Take a trip up the Victorian Cliff Railway to the top of Constitution Hill with cafe, Consti ten-pin bowling and the Camera Obscura. Events and entertainment revolve around the Aberystwyth Arts Centre and the town’s industrial history is explored at The National Library of Wales.
Aberystwyth offers a superb choice of hotels, holiday cottages and holiday parks ideal for a family holiday or short break. Enjoy a stay at an Aberystwyth hotel close to the beach or stay inland in a holiday cottage near Devil’s Bridge. For a romantic break, you’ll find a choice of period B&B in the town or choose a charming barn conversion offering beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. Many family friendly holiday parks with leisure facilities sit along the coast near Aberystwyth. Compare prices and book accommodation in Aberystwyth today.
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