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Large city centre hotel. Lots of room in public areas. Friendly staff. Reception area looks unorganized due to use of office desks rather than large counter. Breakfast was adequate bit sausage was cheap and porridge tasteless. Chairs in restaurant were peeling and worn.
Warm welcome, pleasant staff Room overlooking railway track but not noisy so no problem sleeping Wet room was small but adequate although I found the washbasin awkwardly positioned as it made using the toilet a bit of a squeeze Not a power shower but plenty of hot water and lovely big bath sheets ...
Great stay, great breakfast, great staff, comfy, clean, good value for money, family friendly - what more do you need (if that's all you want?????)
Situated North of Cardiff, this is the ideal location to get on to the M4 and visit many places. From our window we could see Castell Coch (Red Castle) in the distance, which looks stunning when the sunlight catches it!
Have severe arthritis and asked for a room closest to the lifts. I got a room up two flights of stairs no lift. Very nice room I was just in too much pain to enjoy it.
Nice Hotel, good food, great value for money with added bonus of Spa & Pool. Used for a one night short break for Bank Holiday treat before back to work! Would use again as only 15 miles from home. Close to Bridgend town centre and Ogmore by Sea.
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If you’d like to stay in the city centre there are plenty of options, from large and well-featured hotels with every modern amenity to smaller and more intimate guesthouses and B&Bs with more of a personal touch. Whichever you choose, you can take advantage of your central location to explore the shops, restaurants, pubs and other attractions on your doorstep.
There’s no shortage of things to do and places to visit in this busy city, the largest in Wales and its capital. There are several museums where you can learn about the long history of this area, which has been inhabited by humans since Neolithic times, and many historic places to visit, including Cardiff Castle, an impressive medieval castle in the heart of the city.
Cardiff has a thriving entertainment scene, ranging from opera, ballet, musicals and live music, and the city is packed with theatres, galleries, museums, arts and music venues. Whether you’re looking for traditional or modern entertainment, in a tiny venue or a vast auditorium, you are bound to find something you like in Cardiff.
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While the city itself is packed with places to visit and things to do, you will find no shortage of attractions in the countryside that surrounds it. With castles, museums and nature reserves to visit, and a broad range of recreational activities on offer, such as walking, cycling, mountain biking, golf, sailing, parasailing and more, your holiday can be as busy as you’d like it to be.
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