- Very Good
- 14 guest reviews
"Upon arriving at the hotel first impressions were good. Our room was plenty big enough and although it wasn't very modern it was ok and what..."
"Overall, the hotel was good, although the carpet in the room could have done with a good clean. The staff were friendly and helpful, and we..."
"Was nicely surprised with the Monachty...."
"Great pub, great atmosphere, and very welcoming staff. Had a great night topped of by a great place to stay, would recommend...."
About the hotel
The Monachty is a traditional seaside pub and hotel, situated in the beautiful town of Aberaeron in Ceredigion. The Monachty features a brasserie restaurant with an extensive fresh menu, spacious beer garden and stunning views of the harbour. With seven well appointed ensuite hotel bedrooms The Monachty offers great accommodation in the beautiful setting of Aberaeron.
All our bedrooms are decorated in a modern fashion and are light and airy. Some of our rooms also have stunning views of the Aberar.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Restaurant, Bar
- In room entertainment
- TV, [Channels] News
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Telephone In Each Room
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
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- Pets are not allowed
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71% would recommend it to a friend
Upon arriving at the hotel first impressions were good.
Our room was plenty big enough and although it wasn't very modern it was ok and what was expected for the price that we had paid. The first night we stayed there was ok although the bed did seem a bit small and we are not particularly big people.
The second night however was absolutely horrendous. We went out for a drink and to see what else there was around town and when we returned about 11pm our room was freezing. We visited in November obviously packed appropriate clothing and nightware but I feel a season 4 sleeping bag may have been appropriate. The pub had shut and there was nobody on site to help. We spent the whole night too cold to even get out of bed to use the toilet, I even got out once made it half way across the room and ran back into bed because I couldn't bare how cold it was. We spent most of the night awake cuddled up under the duvet to keep warm waiting for the sun to come up. Not something you expect when you are staying in a hotel. The following morning we packed and when we went downstairs to check out and complain they simply nonchalently told me that the boiler had broken the night before and was only now being fixed!!. I was absolutely furious there was nothing left to advise us that the boiler was broken and none of the staff made an attempt as we left the building at about 8.30pm to let us know (Ok they may not have know it was a problem then) but there was no note left on the door of our room, no extra bedding left for us and we had no idea why it was so cold. When I raised the issue of no extra blankets or bedding left for us the member of staff she simply said "There should be extra in the room." Well there was nothing extra in the room not even a spare pillow.
All in all the hotel was ok but I felt that the staff could have done a lot more on the night the boiler was broken to let us know and provide us with additional bedding just incase regardless of whether they thought there were extra in the room or not. Then to not have an apology from the girl who checked us out in the morning means I wouldn't recommend this hotel or consider going back there for a night.