Hotels in Aberystwyth

Belle Vue Royal Hotel
The Promenade
Marine Terrace

West Wales

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Boasting stunning views over Cardigan Bay, this 3-star hotel is situated on Aberyswyth's Victorian promenade, just a short walk from the town centre, train station and coastal path. Both the restaurant and bar offer a range of traditional and modern fayre as well as an extensive wine menu and real ale. There are 3 conference and meeting rooms that hold from 25 to 125 people for any type of function. The hotel is open all year round, including Christmas and New Year. Please contact the hotel directly if you would like information on the festive period.

The hotel now has new, modern double glazed, sliding sash windows fitted to all sea view rooms on the front of the hotel and has also been repainted with a bright new fresh colour, to reflect its position on the sea front. The new windows are more in-keeping with the Victorian style of the Belle Vue.
Functions rooms are available for lunches and dinners from 10 to 120 people.
Rooms are available for private dining and small dinners with the largest room, the Ocean Room, seating up to 120 people
The staff will be happy to meet you to discuss your menu and wine choices to ensure that your event is indeed a memorable occasion. Private dining rooms can be laid out to suit your requirements with table linen and flowers to compliment any colour scheme you may prefer. Balloons and other decorations can also be organised for parties.

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