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Hyddgen Apartment

Aberystwyth, Pembrokeshire & West Wales
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This property is managed by Original Cottages info_outline

Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
5 star
Apartment
Waterside Views
Highchair available
Travel Cot available
Towels included
Romantic
Luxury
Fishing onsite / nearby
Internet access
Shop nearby
Pub nearby
Beach within easy reach
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At a glance

  • Practise your mindfulness by gazing in wonder at the changing moods of the sea 
  • Beautifully renovated Victorian property conveniently located right on Aberystwyth’s vibrant promenade
  • Stylish, contemporary interiors alongside traditional elements such as exposed stone walls and fireplaces
Property code: OC-BOW285

This first-floor apartment is located on Aberystwyth’s seafront and has fabulous sea views and a light, airy feel that blends traditional comforts with contemporary features. It’s a wonderful couple’s getaway, with easy access to fabulous places to eat and drink, the beaches of Cardigan Bay and activities in the Cambrian Mountains.

Set within a Victorian townhouse, the apartment has a modern/classic feel, with lovely features including a bay window and an exposed-stone chimneybreast in the open-plan living area. Enjoy the views from the comfortable armchairs or snuggle up on the sofa and stream your favourite shows on the Smart TV. The fully integrated, contemporary kitchen at the far end of the room is beautifully designed to make holiday cooking as easy as possible, and there’s a sleek dining table for four adjacent. An elegant king-size bedroom features a pretty chandelier, a metal bed and ample storage, and you can enjoy the luxury of a modern shower room with fitted storage and feature lighting.

The vibrant university town of Aberystwyth has a wide range of shops, supermarkets and places to eat and drink, the largest arts centre in Wales, and a cosmopolitan nightlife. It also boasts a sand-and-shingle beach with a bandstand and Victorian pier, a mile-long promenade with a Norman castle, and Britain’s longest electric cliff railway, which transports visitors to the summit of Constitution Hill for spectacular views of Cardigan Bay and the mountain peaks of Wales. The golf club above the town welcomes visitors (book in advance) and also has magnificent views. If you fancy a change of scene, the Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre, 10 miles, has walking trails, mountain biking and red-kite feeding.

  • 1 king-size bedroom 
  • 1 shower room with WC
  • Oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer
  • Smart TV
  • No parking
  • Pub 0.2 miles, shop 0.5 miles
  • This property can be booked alongside several other properties nearby
  • Arrival: 4 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00
  • 1 dog allowed. Additional charges may apply

Emma Beagley

This property is personally managed by Emma.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Helen 29th October 2023

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Reviewed by Katharine 13th August 2023

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Nice place, if expensive. Seating not too comfortable, shortage of storage space (nowhere but a vegetable rack for food) and under-equipped - why bother having a dishwasher if there's not enough crockery or cutlery to fill it? We found ourselves constantly having to wash up because there was only 3 knives, only 3 side plates etc. Main issues are wRead moreith communications: access info gave code no. but didn't say you have to add hashtag after the digits. Then the cleaner arrived at 10am on Saturday expecting us to have gone, when all the info we'd had said 11am. Also no welcome pack, as described the visitor book. Niggles, but annoying none the less. Code entry is a great idea, though, just need the correct instructions! Hide

Reviewed by Katharine 12th August 2023

We ate at Baravin, lunch at Ultracomida. Glenover is ok for pub grub. Good beer at Bottle and Barrel. Good beer at Chip Box.Train to Devils Bridge is a good day out. Excellent view from flat

Reviewed by Nigel 21st July 2023

Lovely property. Spectacular views, glorious weather!! Thank you so much for the welcome pack. It was much appreciated. Can recommend the Hafad Estate and Llanerchaeron national trust property for walks. Caehir Gardens also worth a visit, lovely little tea room with home baked cakes and soup.

Reviewed by Sall 21st July 2023

Ideal apartment for a 4 night stay. Welcome pack appreciated. Little Italian was very good. Devils Bridge worth a visit and also the railway up to Constitution Hill.

Reviewed by John 14th July 2023

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One of the best appointed and comfortable self-catering accommodations we have stayed in. Great location. The owner has dressed the cottage beautifully and we felt very at home. Amazing view from the bay window.

Reviewed by Sally 14th June 2023

Enjoyed some fantastic sunsets from the comfort of the apartment as well as watching the waves roll up the beach. The apartment is very well fitted out and comfortable. We managed to park virtually outside on the seafront by parking strategically. Particularly enjoyed the are to the North of Aberystwyth where you can see the remains of the submergeRead mored forest at low tide and then do a circular walk to the Ynyslas nature reserve and back through the peat bog taking in the far reaching coastal views and the views to the mountains. Tanybwlch beach and nature reserve on the other side of the marina in Aberystwyth is in walking distance and well worth a few hours exploration. Also the national library of Wales up on the hill. It is a very impressive building and has some interesting exhibitions. So much to see. Will have to return. Hide

Reviewed by Alan 14th June 2023

Hyddgen apartment was absolutely lovely. So clean and well equipped. Would love to come back. Lovely decor and views and the welcome pack was a nice touch. Drove to Aberporth, Tresaith and Cardigan. Well worth the visit. Parking at the back in the park park was a great tip left from other visitors. Diolch!

Reviewed by Simon 23rd May 2023

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Reviewed by Anonymous 25th June 2022

Beautiful and well equipped apartment in a location providing spectacular views. Thank you for the welcome pack. It got us off to a great start. A really nice gesture. Each evening we were mesmerised by the glowing sunsets. We dined in Saphan Thai, Mamma Fays and Antala. Coffee in Medina is not to be missed and the polish apple cake was a firm favRead moreourite. My husband enjoyed our visits to Kanes Bottle and Barrel and the Bank Vaults. Friendly staff and excellent ales. Day trip to New Quay terrific. Highlight of our stay has to be whilst eating breakfast, two dolphins appeared in the bay opposite our window, magical. Thank you Hide

Reviewed by Anonymous 10th June 2022

We have enjoyed the flat. Everything is good quality and works well. It is a treat to sit looking out to the sea. Accomodation gets top marks. Visited Harlech Castle and Port Merion. Excellent lunch at the Harbour Master Aberaeron which is a lovely little town

Reviewed by Anonymous 8th April 2022

Thanks for a lovely stay in Hyddgen. Fabulous location, lovely clean and modern apartment. Ideally set for our walk along the Wales coastal path. Plenty of choice for eating out and supermarkets aplenty. A great find

Reviewed by Alan 18th March 2022

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Such a clean comfortable apartment with stunning views,would definitely go back x

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