Venue Details  

UNIVERSITY OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH
contact:Eleri Thomas
address:Conference Office
Penbryn
Penglais
city:Aberystwyth
county:Ceredigion
region:Wales
postcode:SY23 3BY
tel:01970 621960
fax:01970 622899
 
emailconferences@aber.ac.uk
websitewww.aber.ac.uk/visitors

RATES FROM
24 hour rate (standard):45.00
24 hour rate (ensuite):55.00
Day rate:20.00
Group BB rate (standard):20.00
Group BB rate (ensuite):on app
 
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES - YEAR ROUND
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MAXIMUM CAPACITIES - VACATION TIME
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AVAILABILITY NOTES

2005: 22 Mar - 8 Apr, 8 Jun - 10 Sep


VENUE DESCRIPTION

Two Campuses, located within mile of the town centre, with panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. High quality meeting rooms can seat 1300 people. Accommodation options include en suite, self catering for groups and the Student Village houses. Visit golden beaches, historic castles, spectacular coastline, or use our excellent sports facilities.

BEDROOM DESCRIPTION

Range of quality accommodation available including 330 en suite rooms. All residencies have integral computing rooms, laundries and common/meeting rooms.

MEETING DESCRIPTION

Excellent meeting rooms and conference suites catering for 10 to 1300 persons. AV equipment, computer facilities and exhibition areas are also all available.

RESTAURANT / BAR DESCRIPTION

4 restaurants for 200 persons. 1 restaurant for 300 persons. Number of well-appointed bars. From buffets to banquets Aberystwyth has a reputation for quality and service.

LEISURE FACILITIES

Campus sports complex including a 22 metre indoor heated pool, 2 sports halls, squash, gym, weights, all weather pitch and fitness suite.

DIRECTIONS

The Campus is situated half a mile from the town centre and sea front. Easily accessible by car, coach and rail. Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff airports within 2 hours drive.

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

Ideal venue for outdoor leisure, sports and cultural studies including Celtic language provision. Attractions include Powys Castle, National Botanic Gardens, Snowdonia & Cambrian mountains.

ACCREDITATIONS

Welcome Host (Gold), IIP, WTB 2 & 3 Star Grading

OTHER INFORMATION

Aberystwyth serves as the social and cultural centre for mid-Wales and is a popular base for excursions and day-trips to Snowdonia, the National Library of Wales and centre for Alternative Technology.