REST - DINE - EXPLORE

The Richmond stands at the heart of the Victorian promenade with the finest views of Cardigan Bay, within easy walking distance of Aberystwyth’s train and bus stations and the town centre. This elegant Merchant house built in the 1840’s retains many of its original features; in empathy with its Grade 2 historic listed building status yet incorporates all the modern facilities for the 21st century traveller including our own Car park.
Sympathetically designed our en suite bedrooms have been tastefully styled with soothing colour schemes for the comfort and relaxation of our guests. We offer a choice of King, Twin and Single rooms or our Suite which are located over 3 floors. The higher the rooms the more stunning the views but unfortunately no lift!
Wine, dine and admire the sunset from our bar, lounge or Sea view Restaurant, a relaxing and calm place to enjoy traditional local Welsh and British cuisine.


En-suite Bedrooms


Dining Experience


Location

About Hotel

The Gwesty’r Richmond Hotel is set at the heart of the promenade in Aberystwyth and offers easy, close access to the towns shops, amenities and institutions such as the university of Aberystwyth and the well established National Library of Wales.

  • Check-in: 02:00 P.M.; Check-out: 10:30 A.M.
  • Free High Speed Wi-Fi Internet in Every Room
  • Amazing seaviews of Cardigan Bay
  • Free Car Parking Available
  • Unfortunately we do not have a lift
  • Remember to book direct with us for the best available rooms. You will not find a better price anywhere else online

FACILITIES

  • Free private on-site Car Park
  • All rooms en-suite
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout hotel
  • Free-view Flat Screen TV
  • Eco-friendly complimentary guest toiletries
  • Tea and coffee making facilities

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