This is just a handful of events you can look forward to when you book a stay at Awel Môr this winter.
Imagine your stay.
A winter walk along the seafront will bring colour to your cheeks. A hot cup of tea with some treats from your complimentary hamper will warm your soul. It’s time to settle into one of our comfy easy chairs to watch one of our stunning winter sunsets from the window.
Relax in one of our beautiful holiday apartments – your home away from home.
We can’t wait to welcome you.
We don’t know how hospitality and tourism will look after lockdown, and we know that a holiday at our apartments goes hand in hand with the wonderful restaurants, pubs and shops of Aberystwyth.
Usually, our beautiful seaside town would be a hive of activity, our seafront alive with holidaymakers enjoying a break and locals making the most of the warm spring weather.
Instead, the hustle and bustle has been replaced by birdsong, and our wide Victorian promenade is all but deserted, despite the good weather.
Yet there is one thing that hasn’t changed and that’s the fabulous community spirit in our friendly Welsh town
If you are thinking about booking, please use our website for the best available rates www.awel-mor.co.uk and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions
Many businesses are doing a great job with new delivery and “click and collect” services.
So, we hope that when we are allowed to re-open for business that our guests can still relax and have a well-deserved break from cooking and chores. We would be happy to help you arrange for a hamper of groceries to be delivered for your stay.
Meanwhile, we love to champion local businesses, so we thought we’d put together a list of our favourite producers, shops and restaurants who have found new and inventive ways to stay open and keep serving our community.
Some only deliver locally, but some, you’ll be pleased to hear, deliver throughout the country so you can have a bit of FAberystwyth hospitality wherever you are.
We’re currently using our luxury seafront accommodation to support keyworkers who have to stay apart from their loved ones during the crisis; but we look forward to welcoming you with open arms once it is safe for us to do so.
Until then, stay at home and stay safe.
Rhiannon, Gareth and Christine