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The weather in Aberystwyth
Above are the weather conditions for Aberystwyth. July is the warmest month in Aberystwyth with average maximum temperatures of 19°. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Aberystwyth in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Holiday lettings in Aberystwyth - Mid Wales at its most perfect
Holiday lettings in Aberystwyth are large and spacious but with historical charm. A number of the houses are fairly new builds, but they too have the look of older, more traditional country homes. All Aberystwyth holiday homes are surrounded by Welsh countryside and greenery, with walks and beauty abounding on your doorstep.
The wider world: Wales at your feet
From Aberystwyth you are within a fairly short distance of such places of outstanding natural beauty as Snowdonia National Park (74 km) and New Quay (39 km), a sea-side town hugely popular with surfers. You are also just 72 km from Llandrindod Wells, another large historical Welsh town with plenty to see and do.
Regular Events in Aberystwyth
Throughout the year, there are a variety of athletic, cycling and rowing events to keep you moving such as the Celtic Challenge rowing race. In mid-to-late July the town plays host to MusicFest, popular with the local students. The winter is a great time to visit with the Christmas Craft Fayre in the Arts Centre and the Winter Market and Funfair taking place in November.
The must-sees of Aberystwyth
Vale of Rheidol Railway
This historical railway was first opened in 1902 to carry lead ore, timber and passengers through the Rheidol Valley. Today it gives people the opportunity to see the valley at its most stunning, stretching across the hillside overlooking meadows and woodland with rugged mountains looming in the distance. The train's route takes passengers on a steep 18.5 km journey from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge.
Aberystwyth Cliff Railway
First opened in 1896, the Aberystwyth Cliff Railway today offers outstanding views over Aberystwyth town, Cardigan Bay and 26 mountain peaks in the distance. The railway also offers historical displays, a play area, a cafe and a gift shop.
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Aberystwyth's Arts Centre is award-winning and the largest in Wales. Part of Aberystwyth University, it sits at the heart of the university campus. Visitors to the centre can enjoy a plethora of entertainment and exhibitions, including dance, music, film and drama, in the centre's theatre and cinema.
Devil's Bridge Ceredigion
Devil's Bridge is a fascinating part of Ceredigion, the village of Devil's Bridge is based around the actual bridge. The original bridge was built between 1075-1200, with a second bridge built over it in 1753, and then a third in 1901. The area has been popular with visitors for centuries.
No Welsh town would be complete without a castle, and Aberystwyth is no exception. Originally built between 1277-1289, all that remains today are the inner and middle walls. Inside is a bardic circle of 13 stones erected during the 1916 Eisteddfod, representing the 13 counties existing prior to 1974.
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