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Penrallt Hotel
Aberporth
Cardigan
West Wales

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The Penrallt Hotel near Cardigan is an impressive Edwardian Mansion House set amidst 42 acres of grounds in a peaceful location overlooking the stunning Blue Flag beaches of Aberporth Bay Easily accessed from the main A487, the Penrallt Hotel is just 5 miles from Cardigan in West Wales. The edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is just 6 miles south west of the hotel with the Ceredigion Heritage Coast to the north. Inland, there are the green pastures of the Teifi Valley. You can also take a trip northwards to Snowdonia or southwards to Pembrokeshire.

A choice of dining options includes the award-winning Bay Restaurant, the Conservatory or the Terrace Bar. A small leisure complex provides an indoor pool, sauna, gymnasium and beauty salon.
Hotel Penrallt is a fantastic building with a oak panelled dining room, a grande drawing room and a comfortable bar area. The 'Bay' restaurant boasts wonderful cuisine 6 nights of the week (Mon-Sat) for a special experience, and our 'Terrace' restaurant is open 7 days of the week for the more casual diner. The staff will make you feel welcome and want you to enjoy your stay here at Penrallt - it's the little things that make a difference! Our leisure facilities are impressive: indoor & outdoor heated swimming pools, jacuzzi, sauna, gym & tennis court which is for the use of residents.

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