History

1890’s-1910’s

Built in 1896 as the Hotel Cambria and designed by George Croyden. The Hotel did not prosper and was bought to be used as a college for the Calvinistic Methodists by David Davies in 1906. During the First World War the building was used as a Red Cross hospital.

1920’s – 2003

The college was renamed the United Theological College in 1922 when it partnered with Bala College. The theological college closed in May 2003.

2004-Present

Since the closure it has been transformed into the thriving business centre it is today. In 2009,  The Cambria underwent modernisation with the installation of a new lift and automatic front doors. There was also a total revamp of the reception area, therapy rooms and offices. Although the centre has made these changed to create a modern, up-to-date and current working environment, many of the original features of the grade ll listed building have been retained. The Cambria now comprises of 23 modern offices and therapy rooms; meeting room, yoga exercise studio and restaurant

The Cambria business centre offers quality, professional and affordable office space, therapy rooms and meeting facilities to rent in Aberystwyth. 

Located on the seafront the property boasts spectacular sea views of Cardigan Bay coupled with a central town location. 

Testimonial

"I rent a room with them which I use for teaching guitar—they're very reasonably priced and it's been an overall good experience renting from them"

-Sam Holman (Guitar Teacher)

 

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6.6.19

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The Cambrian
Marine Terrace 
Aberystwyth 
Ceredigion 
SY23 2AZ

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Telephone: 01970 626 350

Fax: 01970 625 577

reception@thecambria.co.uk

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