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Harbourmaster Hotel
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Reviewed 13 June 2007

We stayed here for 2 nights to celebrate our birthdays and were very impressed with hotel. The bedroom was great - gorgeous views over the harbour, very comfortable king sized bed, flat screen television and DVD player (with the option of borrowing a selection of DVDs for free from the hotel), with lovely Molton Brown bathroom products and snuggly bathrobes provided. The staff were all very friendly and efficient. Nothing bad to report with the food either - plenty of choice for breakfast with delicious local organic eggs, bacon and sausages and we enjoyed tasty steaks from the evening bar menu.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Anon0
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Reviewed 16 May 2007

We stayed at this hotel after reading positive reviews in the press.
We were celebrating a special birthday and it was important that the trip was a success. Even the weather was perfect! Aberaeron is such a
beautiful town and the hotel overlooks the harbour, with views out to
sea - so relaxing. The bed was more comfortable than our own. The Molton Brown in the bathroom was a treat. The food was excellent - so fresh and good to try local specialities. Everything was very clean, especially in the restaurant. The staff were attentive. Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: May 2007, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank SweetpeaChester
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Reviewed 13 December 2006

This is a great little hotel situated overlooking the harbour, within an attractive little welsh town. The room was well appointed with a couple of flat screen tv's, rolltop bath, king bed and the most powerful shower we have experienced. We enjoyed a meal in the restaurant and the bar, both of which were excellent. The food lived up to its reputation. What sets this place apart is the thought that has gone into the guests stay. You really feel at home. The staff are friendly and the service attentive. All in all this is how a hotel should be. I love places like this and we will definitely return.

  • Stayed: December 2006, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank thurmans
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Reviewed 16 September 2006

On a recent trip to Wales we found mention of the Harbourmasters Hotel in a locally produced, very good quality, brochure, whose name escapes me! We travelled there on a beautiful sunny day and called in for a coffee (extremely good capuccino & ameretti). Situated right next to the harbour wall you can take your drinks outside and admire the pretty village and boats going about their business. What a little gem! Welcoming, sophisticated, beautifully decorated in a "seaside" style. I have to say this hotel single-handedly changed my view on Wales generally. Though Wales is a beautiful place I have never found the hospitality that warm and have always gone armed with a good food guide as there are a thousand opportunities to have a bad meal, but now I am a convert. We booked a table for dinner, which was really excellent, both the meat and the fish dishes. Puddings too were first rate. The restaurant is informal and buzzing with people obviously enamoured with this hotel. The staff are young, smart and charming. We were so impressed we booked for another two nights and it would have been three if they hadn't been fully booked. The general feel of Aberaeron is upmarket, possibly due to The Harbourmaster's in part, and we also had a really excellent lunch at The Hive on the Quay of fresh grilled mackerel with a wonderful mediterranean salad and some of the best bread I've eaten, not to mention their ice-creams. Next door to The Hive is a fishmongers with a mouthwatering selection of fresh seafood. Aberaeron is a gem. A beautiful little harbour, pastel coloured houses and a quiet sophistication. This is probably helped by the fact that it doesn't have a sandy beach so has not become a major mass tourism destination. Top Marks for a lovely Welsh experience.

Stayed: August 2006
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Reviewed 27 July 2005

My boyfriend and I have just come back from a short break at the HarbourMaster Hotel in Aberaeron, in Wales.

The hotel is situated in the most picturesque and delightful of coastal towns and is the epitome of Boutique chic.

The Room - Was spotless and comfortable
The Decor - The very best of stylish boutique design
The Cuisine - Out of this world - one of the best meals I've ever had.
The Setting - breathtaking and unforgettable.
The Staff - friendly and accommodating.

It’s reasonably priced and well worth every penny!

C Couchman

  • Stayed: July 2005
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