Aberystwyth Holidays |

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Aberystwyth holidays are traditionally straight forward and reliable because the town has all the classic features and attractions that bring visitors back to the seaside resort year after year. Due to its geographically isolated location on the Welsh coast Aberystwyth has learnt over its history to be independent and acquire more resources than a town of its size would normally have. Because of this the town can offer everything that visitors and locals need to make the most of the area and have the best time possible. A holiday in Aberystwyth has everything in one place to guarantee a unique and varied holiday can be had by all.

The curved beach allows relaxed days either sun bathing or walking the dog along the water’s edge whilst visitors on family holidays can splash around in the water and play games on the open sand. The wide Promenade protects the town from the Irish Sea and offers places to soak up the sun whilst looking out over the water and viewing the surrounding hills and mountains, which in winter can often be covered in snow. But during the summer expect ice creams, Punch and Judy shows and buckets and spades to be visible in abundance.

The harbour, which was once one of the busiest in Wales, is now mainly a hub of social activity and a centre of rural life, with numerous cafes, bars, and restaurants offering a wide-ranging quantity of food including Chinese, Indian, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. The harbour and promenade is the perfect place to end any day in Aberystwyth talking over a bottle of wine or tucking into a giant family feast.

An Aberystwyth holiday would not be complete without moving away from the shore line though and there is plenty to do beyond the promenade. Immediately the shops come into view, offering both the larger chains and small trinket shops perfect for souvenirs.

Constitution Hill towers impressively over the northern end of the Promenade and once at the top the hill offers unobstructed views over the whole town and its surrounding country side. On a clear day, Mount Snowdon can be seen. To get to the summit an old fashioned cliff railway provides an easy route to the top.

Aberystwyth has its own castle ruins. Located in the grounds are the inner and middle walls of a once great castle, a children’s playground, picnic areas and a crazy gulf course. The walls and structures remaining are awe-inspiring and picture worthy. The town has several other museums and points of historical importance that can be explored.

To the north of Aberystwyth, the Snowdonia National Park is waiting to be explored a short drive north of the town. This area of outstanding natural beauty needs to be experienced to be believed.

A holiday in Aberystwyth has all the ingredients to make up a terrific time away from the hustle and bustle of life. Accommodation can be found on the Stay in Wales site and comes in all shapes and sizes from small cosy, dog friendly, log fire cottages to large luxury room hotels.

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