Aberaeron Cottages- 2 unique coastal cottages with Hot Tubs in West Wales.
Awel-For is a lovely fisherman’s cottage near the beach at Llanon, and Ty Rownd is a cute thatched cottage in Aberaeron. Both cottages are to a very high standard and include a Hot tub.
Awel-For Holiday Cottage
Awel-For sits virtually in the shadow of the historic Llansantffraed Church and on a dead-end road next to the river making it a quiet and peaceful location just 150 yards from the beach at Llanon. More information
Ty Rownd Holiday Cottage
Ty Rownd is as cute as anything, and it is in Famous Aberaeron – one of the prettiest small harbours in Britain. It is also the only thatched roofed cottage in Aberaeron and it includes a Hot Tub. More information
The picturesque town of Aberaeron in Ceredigion has something for everyone!
A green field, surrounded by attractive Georgian houses provides a unique focal point for the centre of the town, known as Cae Sgwar or ‘the Square Field’. Many of the surrounding Georgeon houses still possess the trademarks of the original builders on the keystone designs above the doors and windows. Llanerchaeron and the beautiful ‘Milford House’ ( also known as ‘The Stamp House’ after featuring on a postage stamp in 1970) have become places visitors to Aberaeron must go and see. Above Aberaeron Sea Aquarium there is also a collection of photographs of old Aberaeron taken by Percy Lloyd on glass plates in the 19th century – well worth a look.
What a wonderful break! The cottage is beyond any expectation – the interior is just divine. The surrounding area and the beach walks are lovely. Devils Bridge water falls are breathtaking. Aberaeron is a stunning harbour town and also New Quay. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will be sad to leave. Many thanks.
What a wonderful week, very relaxed. The cottage is home from home. Beautiful to come back to after a winter’s day walking the dog. Lovely places to eat and drink. We will recommend this cottage to our friends and family. See you next year. Thank you for the warm welcome. “