George Borrow Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Aberystwyth, Dyfed

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

SY23 3AD

George Borrow Hotel, Aberystwyth

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Accommodation Description:

The George Borrow Hotel is a 10 bedroom 17th century, family ran hotel set in the stunning Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales. The Hotel facilities include:- Guest Lounge. 2 Bars, Restaurant, Beer Garden with stunning views,Darts, Pool, Outside Skittle Alley

The George Borrow B&B Hotel is a famous and renowned 17th century family ran hotel set in the stunning Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales. The Hotel is perched on the edge of the Rheidol Gorge, with mountain views from most of its rooms. ROOMS:- All rooms are en-suite which are located on two floors, some are larger than others but all offer a high standard of cleanliness.

facilities in the rooms include Colour freeview TV and radio with DVD, Tea and Coffee making facilities, Radio Alarm clock. Direct dial telephone. Wireless internet.

PARKING:- Ample car parking and lock-ups for motorcycles and bicycles is available. DINNING:- We offer a wide selection of traditional food, Many home-made items on our menu, and also have a Sunday Carvery. BAR:- Enjoy a drink in one of our two bars, where you can relax by log fires and sample drinks from a Welsh Brewery GROUP HOLIDAYS:- The Hotel welcomes and caters for the following groups:- 4x4 Groups / Mountain Bikers / Enduro Bikers / Walkers-Ramblers / Fishing Groups / Birdwatchers / Rally Teams / Golfers / Bikers.

Drying facilities and packed lunches can be provided for all guests. NEARBY FACILITIES:- Cycling Mountain Biking Trails - 2km Walking/Hiking (Plynlimon 2468ft) 2.5km Fishing (Trout -2km and Sea 16km) Golf (18 hole course 15km 9 hole vcourse 10km) Equestrian Pony Trekking 10km Birdwatching Holidays can be arranged with local company Watersports (Sailing-Diving-mooring 16km)

2 star rating

From: £40.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Internet access
Fire alarm with light
Family/oversized room
DVD player
Direct dial phone
Desk with lamp
Colour television
Alarm clock

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wakeup call
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
DVD/Video/Games rental

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Fax machine
Direct dial phone

Dining Facilities
The George Borrow offers a wide selection of Traditional Meals. Many are Home made. Meals at the The George Borrow can be taken in the restaraunt with views over the mountains. or you can relax and enjoy the meal in one of the bars in front of a open fire, where we also offer a wide selection of Bar snacks. Sunday Carvery is available Sunday lunchtimes. Breakfast served in the Restaraunt Full main menur served in the Restaraunt or Bars Bar meals served in the Bars only

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Games available
Children's menu

Pet Policy

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