Llys y Dderwen – Sleeps 6

Ty Edleston House, Queens Road

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About Llys y Dderwen

Located to the front of Ty Edleston House with balcony access, this 3 bedroom apartment is great as a base to use for exploring all that Aberystwyth and mid Wales have to offer. Newly refurbished during the summer of 2017, Llys y Dderwen boasts all of the mod-cons you'd expect from a luxury holiday apartment. The layout includes 3 bedroom (one ensuite), kitchen and dining room, lounge, shared bathroom and spacious hallway.

Communal Areas
A great sized lounge with two sumptuous sofas and plenty of natural daylight for a bright and airy feel. The kitchen also has a dining table, and is awash with all of the mod cons you need to make your stay in Aberystwyth feel extra luxurious.

Bedrooms
All spacious with ample storage for luggage, there is a twin bedroom (two singles) and two double bedrooms (one ensuite).

Outside
There is ample, private parking at the rear of the property, as well as a garden to enjoy and a shared hot tub. The location in town is relatively quiet, off the beaten track for students.

*Note* when booking, you will need to collect keys from a sister hotel also based in Aberystwyth around the corner. There is no reception at Ty Edleston House.

Facilities

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Property
Communal Hot Tub Dishwasher Parking Satellite TV
Washing Machine Internet Available Pet Friendly  
Location
Town Location Walking Area Beach Nearby (< 10 miles) Coastal Property
Cycling/Mountain Biking Nearby Fishing Nearby (< 10 miles) Golf Nearby (< 10 miles) Horse Riding Nearby (< 10 miles)
Pub Nearby (< 5 miles) Shop Nearby (< 5 miles) Watersports Nearby  
Collection
Coastal Living Great for Groups Holidays with Hot Tubs Luxury Apartments
Pet Friendly Family Friendly    
Aberystwyth is a very popular seaside town, which houses Aberystwyth University first opened in 1872, and the National Library of Wales which opened in 1907. The town lies between three hills and two beaches, and has the remains of a castle, a Pier and also a lovely harbour. For those interested in local history, the surrounding hills have the remains of an Iron Age fort, as well as a monument to Wellington. Within the town there are over 40 pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes, with some well known CAMRA pubs and cocktail bars! There are also many high street stores, supermarkets, a local Tourist Information, two cinemas, leisure centre and a museum located which is located in an old Edwardian theatre.

Further afield, to the north lies Machynlleth and Dolgellau, both beautiful market towns steeped in history and on the borders of Snowdonia National Park. While traveling north, those who are interested in bird watching might stop off at the Dyfi Osprey Project, which is located in the Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve, or for mountain bike enthusiasts, just past Dolgellau is the famous Coed y Brenin Mountain Bike Centre.

South of Aberystwyth is Aberaeron, a gorgeous seaside town with a wealth of local shops and highly recommended restaurants, and further afield again is New Quay, famous for the dolphins who are regularly sited here (Sea Watch Foundation). Cardigan Bay really does have a wealth of wildlife and spectacular views to offer those visiting the area, and Aberystwyth is a great base if you are looking to explore to the north and south.

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Deposit Required: 25%

Balance Payable: 42 days prior to arrival

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