It’s quiet and convenient, superior room very nicely laid out. En-Suite lovely and large just a pity the shower didn’t work when using the hot water.
Eight of us stayed in this spacious airy home over the Easter weekend. We were blessed with lovely weather and took full advantage of the lovely sunny patio area and using the well equipped kitchen. The beds were super comfortable and everything was very clean. Knowing a baby was going to visit, ...
Thought 10am was to early to have to check out. Motel is in process of bein renovated...think it willbe a much better experience then. Motel staff were very nice
Good position nice and quiet. Only thing was parking was difficult when we first arrived.
The Hollybush is at an amazing location. Really beautiful with a little stream running through it. We loved the restaurant atmosphere. It was quiz night when we were there and a very lively welsh atmosphere. Made us feel like locals. A gracious host. We were in the family room which was fairly basic, ...
As a frequent traveller we like to stay at certain brands. Holiday Inn Express is one of them. Reasonable Clean Friendly Helpful Staff Convenient Locations Nicely Appointed Stooks and this one did not disappoint- hit all the marks - and a pub with great food next door.
a little hard for satnav to find but once there very nice, considering hotel was full due to a event in Cardiff friendly staff and a quick service
Clean and tidy but flooring a little creaky when moving about
With its long history, and even longer views of the distant Bristol Channel, St. Mellons Golf Club is one of the most esteemed places in Wales to play a round. The course was designed by Henry Shapland Colt, widely considered one of the seminal golf architects of all time. He created at St. Mellon an exciting mixture of tricky greens and undulating fairways.
Lying along the eastern edge of the city of Cardiff, the golf course is actually located in two different Welsh counties: most of the parkland course lies in South Glamorgan while the clubhouse lies in Gwent.
Even experienced golfers will get a run for their money here, because St. Mellons’ offers plenty of challenges. Names like Sandy Lyle, Barnes, Torrance, James, Darcy and Antonio Garrido have trod the greens here. The great English player Henry Cotton, who won three Open Championships, had a particular fondness for the third hole of the course, so that these days it’s named ‘Cotton’s Choice’ in his honour.
The perfectly manicured tree-lined fairways also offer some surprisingly deep bunkers, enough water to keep you on your toes, not to mention some greens that run away with you.
It became a members club in 1964, making 2014 the 50th year anniversary, but visitors are always welcome. After completing a round, golfers congregate in the Eagle Bar, or perch on the sunny terrace to watch the other golfers teeing off from the first hole.
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