Living here you will be just a 10-minute ride from both campuses of Aberystwyth University, Penglais and Lianbadarn Centre. You will live right across the ocean enjoying the best views you could ever think of. You will also be 15 minutes away from Aberystwyth Train station and an 8-minute stroll from Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum. Constitution Hall will be just a 14-minute walk away.
Aberystwyth is a town that is known for its markets and trade centres. It is located near River Ystwyth and Afon Rheidol River. It's known between students thanks to Aberystwyth University. Aberystwyth University ranking is very high, as it is one of the top universities on the Time’s list of the top 40 universities for quality teaching. It is locally-known as Aber, is located on the West coast of Wales, and to some may be considered isolated, but to many people that is the essence and beauty of this ancient market town.
If you're a student living in Aberystwyth, you'll enjoy visiting various historical places, like Aberystwyth Castle and Pen Dinas Hill Fort, or enjoy cycling, hiking and walking in places like Bwlch Nant-yr-Arian Forest Centre.Aberystwyth Castle was built in 1289, it is a symbol of the town. The castle currently has only the inner and middle walls and war ruins from various wars. It also includes the war memorial from Italy from 1919. The town’s bay is very close to the castle which makes the castle the best place to visit if you wish to take stunning pictures of the bay.
The National Library of Wales is also a good place to explore, read in and/or attend scheduled live events and art exhibitions. Avid readers can get a reader’s ticket from the library that gives them unlimited access for three full years.
Aberystwyth University, formerly known as University College Wales, dates back to 1872 and is now well-known for its graduates having great job prospects as well as its international outlook as outlined in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Aberystwyth is a Welsh-market town that is well-known for being a touristic destination. The town’s population is only around 13,000 people; it is truly a student destination, as in any given year there are up to 10,000 students in and surrounding the town. The city features a pleasant blend of old and new buildings where Victorian and Edwardian architecture can be seen along the seafront without being out-of-place. From Aberystwyth, it is around four hours by train to London and is the ideal location to explore market towns and larger cities in Wales.
Although Aberystwyth is a bit far from various major cities, it easily accessible thanks to Aberystwyth Train Station. Trains leaving Aberystwyth pass through London, the Midlands, South Wales and the rest of the UK. Inside Aberystwyth itself, local buses are available throughout the city with specific stops available in Coventry buses' online map. Larger towns around Aberystwyth also have bus lines going to and from the town. You can access these lines on the Traveline App. Areas without a bus service havetaxi-bus lines that are available but must be booked in advance.