The town and harbour. Aberaeron is well-known for its multicoloured houses and buildings. Take a stroll down the High Street and around the harbour. Look out for the local family of Bottle-nosed Dolphins out to sea.
The Harbourmaster Hotel ('Gwesty'r Harbwr' in Welsh) has a superb restaurant, specialising in seafood. For a cheaper, yet tasty and substantial meal, try the New Celtic fish-and-chips restaurant (eat in or take away).
The Famous Holgate's Honey Ice Cream, from The Hive on the Quay. Also holds a cafe/restaurant serving more substantial meals. Located exactly where the name implies!
Friends Coffee Shop, 5 Alban Square, ☎ 01545571122. A great cafe/takeaway specialising in baguettes and Segafredo coffee. Great quality food at very reasonable prices with a warm and friendly atmosphere.edit
The Harbourmaster Hotel (Gwesty'r Harbwr), Pen Cei, Aberaeron, ☎ 01545 570 755, . A cobalt blue small hotel with views of the sea and harbour.£80-£120 per night for bed and breakfast. edit
Nant Meigan (Holiday Home), Aberaeron, ☎ 07971 282007, . Located in the centre of the famous seaside town of Aberaeron, West Wales, 'Nant Meigan' is a Grade 2 listed Georgian terrace holiday let, in the the centre of a historic town. A five minute walk to the pebble beach, and backing onto the river Aeron, the property enjoys a walled garden that provides privacy and tranquillity, centrally located to give you plenty of choices for enjoyable outings in West Wales and your own Welsh Holidayedit
Riverwalk holiday cottage, ☎ 01782 799262, . Holiday cottage sleeps 6 up to £475. edit