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Clarence Hotel to letSource:
Cambrian 17/03/1832 Date:
Newspaper Description: Transcript:
Elegant New Hotel & Posting-House, In that rapidly -advancing Watering Place ABERYSTWITH. TO BE LET, And entered upon about the middle of May next, ALL those elegant and commodious PREMISES, now erecting after a chaste architectural design, and which when completed will form decidedly one of the handsomest structures in the town, to be called The CLARENCE HOTEL, situate on the Marine Terrace, the mostfashionabie Promenade in the above popular Watering Place, and commanding a beautiful marine prospect. The house will he finished in a superior manner, and will contain seven parlours, five sitting-rooms, and twenty-four bedrooms, with kitchens, cellars, suitable out-offices, and every necessary convenience for an establishment upon a large scale. Adjacent will be ample Stabling, Coach-houses, &c. The opportunity now offered to any enterprising individual is such as is not often to be met with, for in addition to the general excellency of the building, and its admired situation, the establishment will not add to the number of those at present existing the Talbot Hotel being immediately to be taken down to make room for the intended New Market-house. N. B. The edifice is so constructed that it may readily be converted into two distinct houses of unequal sizes, it being situate at a corner, with a front both ways and the larger of the two will be let without the other, if required. For further particulars and to treat, apply (if by letter, post- paid) to Mr. W. Jenkins, Auctioneer, AberystwithNotes:Linked to Clarence Hotel , Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth