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Warmest welcomes from Park Lodge

Our independent Cardigan Bay hotel, just a short distance from the idyllic Aberystwyth Promenade, Park Lodge hotel is the perfect place for business or leisure travel.

From accommodating business travellers, visitors to Aberystwyth University and holiday-makers to hosting private events and diners in our Park Kitchen restaurant, whether you’re staying or just dining, you’ll get the warmest of welcomes at Park Lodge.

Our Rooms

Park Lodge comprises four different room types: classic twins, family kings and family suites, all kitted out with everything you need to make your stay as comfortable as possible. 

With comfort and accessibility a priority, our rooms have modern ensuites with rain power showers, and fully accessible rooms are available. Our family suites have sitting areas perfect for families or if you want that additional space to relax!

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Park Kitchen

Dine with family and friends whatever time of day in our Aberystwyth restaurant: Park Kitchen. Open daily from 7 am – 9 pm; Park Kitchen offers traditional breakfasts, lunches and evening meals to residents and non-residents. Residents can even get the best breakfast in Aberystwyth for free if they book directly.

Serving all the classics, our chef never compromises on quality, with locally sourced ingredients top of the menu.

Whether you’re staying with us or just popping in for a bite to eat, Park Kitchen is the perfect setting to enjoy a meal or hot drink at any time of day.

Take a look at our menus.

What our guests say

Contact us

You can contact us on our email at, or call us on 01970 636333. Alternatively, complete our contact form below. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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