Aberaeron Apartment - 25629
Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
A Luxury Self Catering Holiday Apartment in West Wales, with a hot tub. Llys yr Afon is modern styled apartment but based within a Guest House built in the early 1800's in this beautiful Georgian harbour town on the West Wales coast. Llys yr Afon is a spacious and contemporary self-catering apartment, located at the lower ground of the house and leads out to the patio area within the walled garden.
Weekly lets from £550 / Short breaks from £260
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||1 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1)|
|Further details indoors|
- No smoking within the building
- There is ample off-street parking available, and a secure garage to store bicycles, fishing equipment etc.
- Oil central heating
- Bed-linen provided
|Further details outdoors|
- The walled garden includes a newly built hydrotherapy hot tub for you to enjoy. The garden is beautifully decorated with flowers and plants of all colours and also includes a patio area and a trampoline.
- The hot tub is available for exclusive hire at £4 per person for up to a 30 min session. The spa is very sophisticated and powerful with mood lighting and different massage configurations to ensure it reaches every part of you to aid your relaxation. This is a must for full enjoyment of your time here. Slippers and robes also available for hire.
The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region
Llys Bach is located in the picturesque Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron in Cardigan Bay, West Wales. Once a busy port with a thriving ship-building history, it is now home to vessels designed for leisure rather than work. It is still a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by whilst enjoying one of the town's famous Honey Ice Creams - available from the Hive on the Quay.There are numerous high quality, local cafes and restaurants, and your day can end with anything from a really good fish and chips eaten al fresco, to haute cuisine. There are also several traditional public houses.
Aberaeron's architectural gem is full of interest. There's a Sea Aquarium, the famous Harbourmaster Restaurant and the National Trust's Llanerchaeron estate. It is also a very central location for touring Wales and ideal for pursuits such as angling, sailing, birdwatching, cycling and walking.
Travel inland from Aberaeron to the Teifi Valley. A favourite with visitors is Cenarth Falls, a famous beauty spot. To the north, travel from Aberystwyth on the narrow-gauge Vale of Rheidol Railway to experience the waterfalls at Devil's Bridge or visit the ruins at Strata Florida Abbey, near Pontrhydfendigaid in the Cambrian mountains. Just a few miles south, coastal towns and villages such as New Quay and Llangrannog offer Blue Flag beaches, dolphin spotting or fishing boat trips, Go Carting and Paintball Centre, Felinwynt Rainforest Centre, New Quay Honey Centre and much more.
Llys yr Afon is situated in Aberaeron - an elegant and picturesque Georgian harbour town in Cardigan Bay, West Wales. Once a busy port with a thriving ship-building history, it is now home to vessels designed for leisure rather than work. It is still a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by, maybe with one of the town's famous Honey Ice Creams, available from the Hive on the Quay.
There are numerous high quality, local cafes and restaurants, and your day can end with anything from a really good fish and chips eaten al fresco, to haute cuisine.
Cardigan Bay and Ceredigion have so much to offer the visitor. What is your passion?
Llanerchaeron National Trust property is just a 10-minute drive from the apartment.
A little further but still only a short trip away is Cae Hir. Built by a welsh-speaking Dutchman with a vision, from 6 acres of barren hillside, it too is well worth a visit. A little further still, and the star of its own BBC television series; Aberglasney is a must for those who love a happy ending along with their gardens. We also have the National Botanic Garden of Walesat Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire.
Most have plants for sale and all have refreshment facilities.
If nature and wildlife are what you love, then again Ceredigion has so much to offer you. The Red Kiteis staging a remarkable comeback, and in this area has gone from a handful of birds to an estimated 200+ breeding pairs. There are several places to visit that you are guaranteed a sighting, though it is not uncommon to see the distinctive forked tail above you anywhere in the area.
Cardigan Bay also has resident populations of Bottle-nosed Dolphins, Harbour Porpoises and Atlantic Grey seals. The dolphins can often be seen from the beaches, and there are wildlife trips around the Bay available from Aberaeron Harbour and from Newquay (Ceinewydd) from Easter to October.
Steam train buffs too can indulge their passions in and around the area. In Aberystwyth there is the Vale of Rheidol Railway that takes a scenic trip up to Devils Bridge. There are many more railways in the area, details of which can all be found at the Great Little Trains of Wales web site.
Going from the past to the future, the Centre for Alternative Technology just north of Machynlleth is an interesting and informative day out with something for everyone. Their café is exclusively vegetarian and has an Egon Ronay award.
Aberystwyth Arts Centre in the grounds of the University has theatre, cinema and various festivals throughout the year for those who wish to catch up with their culture, and also housed in Aberystwyth is the National Library of Wales.
For satisfying the less esoteric tastes there are food festivalsthroughout Ceredigion & mid-Wales; the Lampeter Food Festival in July and a Food & River Festivalin Cardigan in August as well as The Seafood Festival in Aberaeron itself in July.
For golfers there is a variety of links and parkland courses available within easy reach at Borth and Ynyslas, Cardigan, Penrhos and Aberystwyth. There are also 9-hole courses available in Penrhos, Lampeter, Llangrannog & Rhydyfelin.
Availability Your dates are available
Guest reviewsPowered by TripAdvisor
Guest reviews no reviews
Guest reviews Powered by TripAdvisor
- 5 star
- 4 star
- 3 star
- 2 star
- 1 star
13 Jul 2013
Set within a 10 minute walk from the town centre this self catering apartment is ideally situated to enable easy exploration of Aberaeron and the Cardigan Coastline.The apartment is comprised of one d… More
17 Aug 2011
"Absolutely Gorgeous apartment and Gardens"
We had a lovely stay at Llys Bach. Tha apartment was very clean and modern with everything you need for a comfortable stay. We received a warm welcome on arrival.The location is excellent close enough… More
7 Jul 2011
"Lovely accomodation in the perfect spot"
the whole experience was lovely. The accomodation was very good, everything we needed and a great walk in shower. The owners were very friendly and helpful when we couldn't get the heating start… More
7 Nov 2010
l could not have asked for a better place to stay. Llys Bach was simply amazing and the hills serving as a back drop to this beautiful house was breathtaking. Our hosts were very welcoming and did eve… More
28 Oct 2010
Every thing needed for a short break.Situated close to the town. With pleasant walks… More
You're booking with
Llion Pughe (Property Manager Best of Wales Holiday Cottages)
- 3 Years listed
Based in United Kingdom
- 68 properties
- 50 properties
- 46 properties
- 43 properties
- 42 properties
- Newcastle Emlyn
- 37 properties
- 28 properties
- 27 properties
- New Quay
- 27 properties
- 22 properties
- 18 properties
- 16 properties
- 12 properties
- 12 properties
- St Dogmaels
- 12 properties
- 11 properties
- 7 properties
- 6 properties
- Devils Bridge
- 6 properties
- Bow Street
- 6 properties