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All reviewsguest housewe booked a family roomb bfree range eggsseparate businessharbour areathe en suite bathroomthree nightssingle bedhuge bathroomwi fikippersthe ground floorbreakfast was excellentone night staysecond to nonecomfy bed
Arrived after lunch but place all locked up and no staff available for next 2 hours.
On entering there was a strange smell (I thought raw meat but hey)
Room was small, furniture was shabby, dim light in bathroom, deluxe room it was not. £110...More
Thank Edwin G
Response from Sara G, Owner at Arosfa Harbourside GuesthouseResponded 7 August 2017
We are obviously very disappointed when a guest does not have a pleasurable experience in what we consider to be a lovely Georgian property in the heart of Aberaeron which is one of the most popular small towns in Wales. Clearly several issues have come...More
We were staying at a near by Glamping site and decided to venture out for Brunch. My husband picked this place. He popped in to check they were still serving breakfast and we got a table, much to the annoyance of the lady who took...More
Visited this 'Welsh steak and fish bar ' restaurant within the Guest House whist holidaying in Wales.
Delicious food, oysters followed by oven baked whole sea bass and accompanying veg, waitress was very nice, friendly and very generous with the wine ...
Didn't try the...More
we paid £80 for a room in the side street the only good thing you could say was
it was clean but out of the 80s. Two matreses on the bed making it very high
good thing no one fell out
only one plug for...More
Our Caernarfon and Dwyfor Ramblers Group annual week end away, decided to base ourselves on Abereiron. All twenty of us choose our own accommodation, some camp. We chose Arosfa, how wise that was. It fitted our needs to the letter. A historic Georgian House that...More