Self Catering Holiday with Hot Tub in Aberaeron, West Wales | Llys yr Afon
Self Catering Holiday with Hot Tub in Aberaeron, West WalesLlys yr Afon apartment in Aberaeron offers the perfect base for a self catering holiday with hot tub facilities on the West Wales coast. Just a short walking distance to the town’s wide range of restaurants, pubs, beach and shops. Built in the early 1800’s, Llys yr Afon is part of one of the oldest and most substantial stone-built houses in this beautiful Georgian harbour town. Spacious and contemporary, the apartment is located at the lower ground of the house and leads out to the patio area within the large walled garden.
Llys yr Afon Holiday Apartment has a luxury lounge with brown leather sofas, a large T.V. with Freeview and a dining table with 6 chairs. The open plan, fitted kitchen includes an electric hob and oven, dishwasher, washing machine and a fridge freezer. Glassware, crockery and kitchen equipment are all provided.
Across the large hallway are 2 bedrooms (1 double room and 1 twin room) and a bathroom which includes a walk in shower with non slip tiles and a grab rail.
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.
Oil central heating and electricity included
Bed-linen provided. Towels can be hired on request for £3 per guest (includes 1 bath towel and 1 hand towel).
No pets or smoking within the building
Cot and high chair available on request
There is ample off-street parking available, and a secure garage to store bicycles, fishing equipment etc.
Short breaks, weekend breaks and mid week breaks are available throughout the year.
|Excellent, felt right at home.
Fantastic food at the Cellar restaurant.
|Couple from Worcestershire, Feb 2017
|Very comfortable, friendly welcome and lovely hot tub!
Recommendations - New Quay dolphin spotting trip although we didn't see any. Llanerchaeron Hall. Good food in the Harbourmaster.
|Couple from Dolgellau, Jun 2016
|Llys yr Afon is a really lovely apartment. Plenty of space, immaculately clean, with a hot tub and beautiful garden. It was easy to relax. We were only a short walk into Aberaeron, so it was perfect for enjoying all the entertainment on offer! Aberaeron is a lovely town with lots of pubs, shops and restaurants to enjoy. The atmosphere at the Harbourmaster is always great, and we had a lovely meal at the Cellar. Also New Quay is only a short drive away and has great dolphin watching trips|
|Couple from North Wales, Jul 2015
|Excellent accommodation,spotlessly clean.
Owners Dewi and Caryl very pleasant and helpful and it is in a great location for exploring the area. A meal at the Harbourmaster is a must.
|Debra and Wayne , Jun 2015
|Home from home and more. Stay wasn't long enough, loved the property.|
|Wendy from Powys, Sep 2014
Llys yr Afon 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.
Aberaeron - shingle beach, popular with those looking for gentle water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. 0.8 miles
Cei Bach - lovely beach, much quieter than New Quay beach. 5.5 miles
New Quay - expansive, sandy and well protected from the breeze, this blue flag beach (Harbour Beach) is very popular during the summer months. 7.5 miles
Llangrannog - popular and sheltered sandy beach backed by the village with 2 pubs, restaurants, cafe etc. 14 miles
Choose from dinghy sailing, yacht cruising, power boating, windsurfing and kayaking with both short sessions and longer courses suitable for all levels and abilities Cardigan Bay Watersports. 8.0 miles
Sea fishing – Shore fishing all around the coast and charter boat trips available from Aberaeron harbour. 0.8 miles
Course Fishing - Teglan Fisheries, Ysbryd-y-Llyn, A two lake fishery, including one carp lake and one match lake. 3.8 miles
Game Fishing - Aberaeron Town Angling Club is the only official angling club on the river Aeron. It controls about 2 miles of predominantly double bank fishing on the Aeron extending inland from the tidal limit. 0.2 miles
Ceredigion Coast Path follows a 60 mile route between the Teifi and Dyfi estuaries. The footpath links coastal towns and villages along the spectacular scenery of the Cardigan Bay coastline. 0.9 miles
Enjoy the 4km designated cycle path that follows the River Aeron from the harbour up the Vale of Aeron to Llanerchaeron or try one of the many longer trails including the Ystwyth Trail. 17.2 miles
Penros Golf Club 150 acres of lush green countryside in the Wyre Valley in West Wales 8.1 miles
Horse riding is available in a few locations including Gilfach yr Halen Llwyncelyn. 3.0 miles
TestimonialsExcellent, felt right at home.
Fantastic food at the Cellar restaurant.Couple from Worcestershire, Feb 2017Very comfortable, friendly welcome and lovely hot tub!
Recommendations - New Quay dolphin spotting trip although we didn't see any. Llanerchaeron Hall. Good food in the Harbourmaster.Couple from Dolgellau, Jun 2016Llys yr Afon is a really lovely apartment. Plenty of space, immaculately clean, with a hot tub and beautiful garden. It was easy to relax. We were only a short walk into Aberaeron, so it was perfect for enjoying all the entertainment on offer! Aberaeron is a lovely town with lots of pubs, shops and restaurants to enjoy. The atmosphere at the Harbourmaster is always great, and we had a lovely meal at the Cellar. Also New Quay is only a short drive away and has great dolphin watching tripsCouple from North Wales, Jul 2015Excellent accommodation,spotlessly clean.
Owners Dewi and Caryl very pleasant and helpful and it is in a great location for exploring the area. A meal at the Harbourmaster is a must.Debra and Wayne , Jun 2015Home from home and more. Stay wasn't long enough, loved the property.Wendy from Powys, Sep 2014