Finding an ideal hotel in Aberaeron does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Castle Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Castle Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers outdoor furniture, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free public parking available nearby.
If you like seafood restaurants, Castle Hotel is conveniently located near The Summer Grill and New Celtic Restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out Llanerchaeron (1.9 km), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
Castle Hotel puts the best of Aberaeron at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Occasional visitor as live local .It's a dice roll dependent on which member of staff is on Popped in for a drink the other week .Friend signing the COVID book to be greeted with a sharp"What do you want" He said a drink would be good eyeing up an empty table . "It;s booked "was the retort Sharp exit Recommend the Harbourmaster where you are always greeted in a polite and courteous manner
After a coastal path hike to Aberaeron in foul weather I decided to make the Castle Hotel my destination for a meal and a pint. As I approached the entrance I could see a sign stating that the kitchen was closed. Now I understand how difficult it must be to be a smiling host seven days a week and everyone is entitled to an off day, but now and again I wonder why some people choose a life in the hospitality trade. I called in to the local bakery then entered the pub doorway to ask if I could bring my pasty in to have with a pint. The landlord said yes, as long as I take my mess with me. Slightly surprised by his response I took it in good humour until, when walking away he added that he hated picking up other peoples mess. Maybe the sight of a wet coat and hiking boots, (clean), was not conducive to the type of clientele he wishes to attract. At that point I couldn’t quite see myself passing money over the bar and sitting down to enjoy a beer with such ‘charming’ company. I told him that I wasn’t too pleased at his comments and walked out leaving him with his two customers. After my park bench lunch I called in at Zuko’s a few doors down for a coffee where I had a long interesting conversation with the proprietor. A gentleman who, although probably making no money on a pandemic troubled wet November day, was polite and a pleasure to chat with. I know where I’ll be headed next time.…
Stayed here for 2 nights. Welcome was warm and friendly, we stayed in the room called Non which was clean, and bed was very comfortable, toiletries provided, with nice big towels, tea and coffee making facilities and always a nice touch having some water in the room on arrival. Great location for Aberaeron and reasonably priced. Bar staff were engaging and we enjoyed a pleasant evening in the bar. Breakfast was delicious we had the smoked mackerel and poached eggs and the welsh breakfast, plenty of tea, toast and marmalade, as well as juice, cereals and yoghurts. Spent the morning watching the rugby final and the bar had a fantastic atmosphere. Special thanks to Rachel (Manager) was a great place to stay and we will definitely be returning.
We had 3nights B+B in the Castle excellent location in the centre of Aberaeron with a choice of cooked breakfast also cereals yoghurt etc , the Full “Welsh “ fryup was superb cooked to order and piping hot
Stayed in the Castle Hotel recently with family and booked 3 rooms. All the rooms were spacious , clean and bright. Although in the center of town it was quiet. Friendly staff and an excellent welsh full breakfast using local produce. We will be back again.