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We booked into the Harbourmaster almost by accident: we'd eaten there previously and my husband had the biggest, fattest oysters from Anglesey he'd ever eaten. We were booked into a nearby hotel where we'd stayed for years, but one look at the filthy duvet in...More
The Harbourmaster is hotel/pub/restaurant on the harbour/sea front in the West Wales seaside town of Aberaeron. I'd booked some rooms that had an outside terrace and found them to be very comfortable and spacious with a large bathroom with both shower and a big free-standing...More
We stayed for 2 nights in the cottage and had a thoroughly enjoyable stay. The cottage is great for staying with friends as you get the exclusive use of the dining kitchen and lounge.
We ate in the restaurant on both evenings and we all...More
This is perhaps the 20th+ time I've eaten at the Harbourmaster and it's generally pretty good, never amazing, not usually bad and I'm generally left uninspired to leave a review.
This time I've left with a negative view of the place and it was largely...More
We had a two night stay at the cottage owned by the Harbourmaster Hotel and can only sing its praises. The location was fabulous, right on the harbour, the staff so helpful & friendly and the food excellent. Would definitely recommend. The room in the...More
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We stayed in the Madona suite (in the rafters). We had a great view of the harbour from the harbourmaster's window (he used to sit here to view incoming and outgoing vessels). There is a comfy chaise-longue so you can lay... More
We stayed in the Madona suite (in the rafters). We had a great view of the harbour from the harbourmaster's window (he used to sit here to view incoming and outgoing vessels). There is a comfy chaise-longue so you can lay back and watch the changing scenery of the harbour. There is another sea-view window at the side, in the bedroom. From here you can relax in bed with a view of the sea below. Very luxurious room with character. Would highly recommend.
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"All original rooms 7 in total face the harbour. Cadwgan is quiet as it was on the 2nd for."