[vc_row margin_top=”5″ margin_bottom=”10″ padding_left=”40″ padding_right=”40″ bg_position=”top” bg_repeat=”no-repeat” bg_cover=”false” bg_attachment=”false” padding_top=”40″ padding_bottom=”40″ parallax_speed=”0.1″][vc_column width=”1/1″ offset=”vc_col-lg-6 vc_col-md-12 vc_col-xs-12″][vc_column_text]The bedrooms all have their individual features that you would expect from a house built during the middle of the 19th century. Arosfa retains all its character from that period and is surrounded by similar fine Georgian properties that together make a handsome square with Pwll Cam (the Inner Harbour) at it’s centre.
The fine Georgian house was originally built in the 1850’s by a family from nearby Cardigan as a home and probable provisions store. This period was Aberaeron’s heyday when a large part of the town was constructed.
Arosfa is ideally situated in the town, on the harbour yet still only a short walk to the shops with the convenience of the small free harbour car park close by. There are no hills to worry about and you can take short walks along the quay and seaside promenade or up the riverside footpath which takes you over “Lovers Bridge” and into the park.
The surrounding area has an abundance of interesting places to visit within a short drive or bus ride. To name a few there is Devils Bridge, reached by the narrow gauge railway, Roman Gold mines at Pumpsaint, Llanwernog Lead and Silver Mine, Llanerchaeron Mansion, National Botanic Garden of Wales, Aberystwyth Cliff Railway, the ancient Strata Florida Monastery and much more.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/1″ offset=”vc_col-lg-6 vc_col-md-12 vc_col-xs-12″]