Evans Bros Aberaeron


Evans Brothers qualified staff are chosen not just for their expertise in valuing your home, but for the added value they provide in the process of selling it.

Insightful, intelligent, and naturally warm, it is the ease and speed at which buyers trust our agents that allows them to successfully sell your property.

And because we know that securing an offer is not the end of a sale but where the hard work really begins, our sales teams are constantly available, so that together we can overcome any challenges that arise.

For an accurate, free, market-led valuation of your property contact one of our sales managers today.

Aberaeron is located between Cardigan and Aberystwyth on the A487, at a junction with the A482 leading south-east to the university town of Lampeter. It lies on the Ceredigion Coast Path, part of the Wales Coast Path.

The shoreline consists of generally steep storm beaches of pebbles, although fine sand is visible at low tide levels. Aberaeron south beach was awarded the Blue Flag rural beach award in 2005. It contains the Harbourmaster Hotel.

The climate is mild and temperate, largely conditioned by the proximity of the relatively shallow sea. However, Aberaeron can suffer from occasional winter frosts when cold air descends the Aeron valley from the upland parts of Ceredigion.

The town is notable for the sale of honey, honey ice-cream and, more recently, honey mustard.

70% of Aberaeron\\\'s inhabitants are able to speak Welsh according to the 2001 census.

Dylan Thomas\\\'s links with Aberaeron, New Quay and Talsarn have been documented by local author David N Thomas. The Dylan Thomas Trail runs through Ceredigion, passing through Aberaeron and ending in New Quay.

An annual Festival of Welsh Ponies and Cobs is held on Square Field every August. A life-sized statue of a Welsh cob stallion was donated to the town in 2005 by the Festival to denote the area as Welsh Cob country. It was created by sculptor David Mayer.

An annual carnival takes place on the Monday Bank Holiday in August. A colorful procession of floats and a carnival queen moves from the Quay to Alban Square.

DIRECTORS: Mr. Cambell Evans, Mr. Mark Evans.

  • Aberaeron
  • Aberaeron

    Evans Bros
    1 Market Street
    SA46 0AS
    01545 570462

    Opening Hours

    • 9am to 5pmMonday
    • 9am to 5pmTuesday
    • 9am to 5pmWednesday
    • 9am to 5pmThursday
    • 9am to 5pmFriday
    • 9am to 5pmSaturday
    • ClosedSunday