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Reviews - The Hafod Hotel

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DEVILS BRIDGE , ABERYSTWYTH, SY23 3JL
The Hafod Hotel was originally built in the 1700's as a hunting lodge. The Hafod Hotel stands alongside the "Devil's Bridge" at the head of dramatic waterfalls. It overlooks the spectacular wooded gorges of the Mynach and Rheidol rivers.

In this superb setting on the western edge of the Cambrian Mountains and Elan Valley and within easy reach of the coastal university town of Aberystwyth, the Hafod Hotel makes an excellent base for a short break or longer holiday. Nant Arian, renowned for its mountain bike trails and where the Red Kites are fed daily is a quarter on an hour away. The bird watching is excellent with many species sighted close to the Hotel.

Details of walks explored and drawn up by the hotel owners are freely available. The Hafod Estate, one of the best examples of Victorian Landscape Gardening, is only 5 minutes away.

For the business customer, there is free WIFI broadband throughout the hotel. Aberystwyth is just over 20 minutes drive from the hotel.

We have an excellent Restaurant serving fine food, recently awarded our first rosette by the AA. We also serve delicious bar food and Pizza's.
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81% recommended this accommodation to a friend 81% would stay again
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It isn't a Travelodge
This is a traditional hotel. Yes, perhaps it could do with some updating. Perhaps the shower / hot water takes a while to run hot. . . but the staff were great. the room was comfortable, they view to die for and the food was good. The chef knew what a blue steak should be. I had to leave early but did a 20 mile detaour to go back for breakfast and it was worth it. Proper quality local food. Oh, yes, and if you haven;t visited Devil's Bridge it is worth the drive from anywhere - then take the road to Cardiff. Fantastic.

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christopher s

From Fakenham, UK
Who stayed in September 2014

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the hafod
The Hafod hotel was in a very nice area it was very clean and tidy but did need a little tlc in certain places. The food was of very good quality and cheap.

Reviewed by
s chapman

From Hartlepool, UK
Who stayed in May 2013

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