Belle Vue Royal Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBelle Vue Royal Hotel Aberystwyth
People are friendly, rooms with ocean view are great, dinning is excellent, only issue is creaking floors. A lovely place to stay
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A fun weekend in New Quay to end the season. Halloween events on Friday, fireworks on the pier and the urban downhill event. The Main Street is closed for the brave cyclists to career from a field above the car park,weaving their way down narrow alleys,down steps and over ramps and all this in under 2 minutes! For once the dolphins were taking second place and the fishermen went on with their daily tasks oblivious to the goings on on ...
This morning after breakfast in the weekly market held in the memorial hall we strolled round this charming John Nash designed town with all its painted houses. We enjoyed a beer at the Harbourmaster overlooking the now, for the winter,emptied ...
... took photos, that was 10yrs ago. We had some lunch here around 2.30pm, then spent some time watching the boats being lifted out of the port by crane to be put in dry dock for the winter. This only happens on one day of the year and we happened to be there. Lots of concerned boat owners holding breath that no council lights were taken out or ropes/slings failing. On to Ysgol Ceinewydd (New Quay) another fishing town where we walked down to the ...
... that? Onwards and upwards we carried on to our final destination of the day Barmouth. Well sort of. 7 miles out and the sat nav said turn right. Really? Its the tiniest track of a road leading to a wooden toll bridge with a maximum weight limit of 1.5 ton. Margy has a kerb weight of 3.5 ton, and you can probably add another ton for all our ****! Yeah we wont be crossing that. Only problem was it put us on the coast road back towards Machynlleth where we had just ...
... soft underfoot. Turns out it was wood and looked as if a Forrest had once been there. Really unusual. On the way back we came across a load of fresh mint growing by the path. More on this later ��. Anyway after returning to Margy we decided that we fancied moving on, took another hour to decide where! Borth seemed a good choice as Jayne had been there once with Pearl to view a house ...