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 "This establishment is immaculate. Lovely clean rooms, lovely breakfast, and not as expensive as other B&B in the town which I have tried..." 

John - Mold

"This B&B is very well placed, within easy walking distance of Aberaeron shops and harbour. Although situated just off the main road between Cardigan and Aberystwyth, traffic noise was non existent."

Hilary W - Brecon

 

DISCOUNTS 

3 nights or more Double Ensuite starting at £64 per night (T&C apply).

Price include breakfast.

Sea View Available.

Free WiFi and Parking.

 

Book Direct, call 01545 571862

Ask about our discounted rates for stays of 3 nights or more.

Contact Details

Aeron View

Carno House B&B & The surrounding area Of Aberaeron by Cardigan Bay

Aberaeron is located between Cardigan and Aberystwyth on the A487, at a junction with the A482 leading south-east to the university town of Lampeter. Aberaeron is located on Cardigan Bay and is a charming Georgian harbour town with friendly people, "One of the best examples of a planned township of small scale in Wales ...  Praised in the national press for its laid back atmosphere and crime free environment as well as for its superb leisure facilities".

The coastal road has breath-taking views over the beautiful sweep of Cardigan Bay. Aberaeron is on a regular bus route, south to the market town of Cardigan and North to the larger University town of Aberystwyth where you can take the narrow gauge railway which climbs the lovely Rheidol Valley to Devil's Bridge passing through Red Kite country.

Just a short drive are the lovely beaches of Newquay, Llangrangog and Mwnt, with its 12th Century Church.

Equally impressive are the many walks, the Heritage coast path, the riverside with its four weirs that once served the local mill and the old railway line following the River Aeron to the John Nash designed mansion and gardens at Llanerchaeron.

Gardeners can also enjoy the Georgian walled garden at Pigeonsford, and, further afield, the restored Aberglasney and National Botanic Gardens at Llanarthne.

Ceredigion has much to offer, including fishing, golf and boat trips.  Wildlife includes the resident population of Harbour Porpoises, Atlantic Grey Seals and Bottlenose Dolphins.

Aberaeron has attractively restored stone farm buildings that house a Craft Centre. Local highlights are the Aberaeron Seafood Festival in July, and during August the Welsh Pony and Cob Festival with the popular Carnival and marching Jazz Band on Bank Holiday.

An expert panel of The Sunday Times, researched the 50 best places to live in rural Britain and Aberaeron, Ceredigion was voted number one and described as “A Georgian harbour with brightly painted houses, this Welsh seaside town is also a dining hotspot and is particularly famed for its local honey ice cream”.

Contact Us

Carno House, North Parade, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, SA46 OJP
T: 01545 571 862

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