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A special occasion and it certainly came up to expectations.
Great atmosphere, both in the bar and the restaurant .Superb food .great accommodation with superb views of the harbour .
Would certainly recommend .
After a warm welcome and a nice show around u have got to my room facing the Harbour. Nicely decorated and feeling homey in an instant.
We had invited for dinner and started out in the bar/pub with a lively crowd and some attentive staff...More
stopped off on a drive down to South Wales, galls of champagne and crushed avocado with poached eggs on toast, what's not to like?
comfy chairs looking out at the harbour and good service too. So enjoyable we stopped on the way back too.
For my wife's birthday this week, we decided last minute on a getaway, giving ourselves a 2 hour driving distance from Cardiff.
We chose the Harbourmaster in Aberaeron, having previously heard great things about it.
What an inspired choice! Everything, from the welcoming, attentive and...More
Midweek stopover with friends who had wanted to visit this iconic harbour side hotel. We stayed in the cottage, which is a stones throw from the bar. Very welcoming service in the bar before we checked in to the quaint, yet modern cottage. Lovely dinner...More
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We stayed in the Madona suite (in the rafters). We had a great view of the harbour from the harbourmaster's window (he used to sit here to view incoming and outgoing vessels). There is a comfy chaise-longue so you can lay... More
We stayed in the Madona suite (in the rafters). We had a great view of the harbour from the harbourmaster's window (he used to sit here to view incoming and outgoing vessels). There is a comfy chaise-longue so you can lay back and watch the changing scenery of the harbour. There is another sea-view window at the side, in the bedroom. From here you can relax in bed with a view of the sea below. Very luxurious room with character. Would highly recommend.
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"All original rooms 7 in total face the harbour. Cadwgan is quiet as it was on the 2nd for."