Four Seasons

Portland St., Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales, SY23 2DX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Portland St., Aberystwyth, is near Aberystwyth Cliff Railway, Vale of Rheidol Railway, Ceredigion Museum, and National Library of Wales.
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    Travel Blogs from Aberystwyth

    The Beginning of the End

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 08, 2014

    ... it looks like a funnily-shaped World War II pup-tent, with a chimney and a wooden door. On the inside, the floor is covered with rugs and furs, two wooden poles support the center of the frame, which radiates in several dozen wooden spokes to a wooden lattice-work, jointly creating the structure of the enclosure. In one corner (to speak loosely, given we’re staying in a circle) sits a wood-burning stove and a table with a double-burner ...

    Aberystwyth - Try to pronounce that!

    A travel blog entry by joannegg on Aug 07, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... Arlene, Carol and Rhe had regularly frequented near Aberystwyth Castle is now - closed. :(

    As we face west, we had the sun right until sunset and a great view of the beach from our room. Great for people watching and listening to waves all night. All these people wandering down the promenade following our footsteps to - yes, Arlene knows - KICK THE BAR in true local fashion. The people of Aberystwyth did a great job restoring the waterfront walkway and ...

    To the sea

    A travel blog entry by daily4 on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... walk awaits. I seriously think this particular route is rarely traversed except for the extremely large population of sheep that inhabit the area around it, the farmers desperately trying to keep their stock under control and an odd mountain biker or two ( true single track).

    after winding over the top for a few km, down & walking out of the valley one come across a set of train tracks. right now the ...

    The cows are unfriendly

    A travel blog entry by daily4 on Jul 31, 2014

    13 photos

    ... walking paths are plentiful but tricky to get to. the road has to be traversed to get to some of them and there is no shoulder. traffic can be heavy at times being it is the only way to get to the SEA. that's right, I'm only 10 MILES away. I saw it the other day on top of a moor. I will dip my toes.

    the house was originally built in the 17th century and has to be the weirdest hodge podge of rooms ...

    It's Show Time

    A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jul 22, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... to the International Pavilion to register our attendance so that their statistics would capture us. So we duly did and were rewarded with special passes which gave us free entry into grandstands, free food and drinks at the Pavillion and the use of all their facilities. So we felt very privileged to have a badge saving 'International Visitor' as we walked around! There were so many interesting things to see and we wandered around the stands for hours. Bought ...