The hotel doesn't exactly have a wow! factor. It's a bit creaky and quirky, e.g. a ground floor front entrance but first floor back entrance (good for getting cases in upstairs as there's no lift). Our room (14) wasn't that spacious and the decor was a little old-fashioned. However it had everything we needed and the bathroom had a good power shower, nice toiletries and plenty of towels.
Breakfasts were excellent, particularly the bacon. We also had our evening meals there which were mainly very good, particularly the prawns, scallops and wild mushroom risotto. House wine was fine and reasonably priced.
All the staff were incredibly cheerful and friendly and nothing was too much trouble.
All in all, a very pleasant place to stay and we found the longer we were there (we stayed four nights) the more we felt very comfortably settled and relaxed. We'd certainly like to return, both to Aberaeron itself which is a delightful little town, and to the Feathers. More
- Free Wifi