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Derwen Fach
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £325
High Season: £325

The Property: The smaller of our two delightful cottages, this annexe is perfect for a romantic retreat. The lovely double bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the accommodation is completed with a cosy kitchen and a light and airy sitting room with sofa bed and dining area, leading out onto the pretty patio. A beautifully presented property for relaxing breaks in this scenic part of Wales....

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £325

High Season: £325

YHA Cardiff Central
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Sleeps: 0
No of Bedrooms: 0
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

If you're looking for hostels in Cardiff city centre, this brand new YHA Youth Hostel is perfect for you. Located in the heart of the city centre but with on-site parking (almost unheard of, right?), this Youth Hostel is within walking distance of all the city’s best attractions, including the Principality Stadium (formerly known as the Millennium Stadium) and Cardiff Castle, not to mention...

Sleeps: 0

No of Bedrooms: 0

Low Season: £POA

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Derwen Fawr
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Sleeps: 8
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £665
High Season: £1015

The Property: This holiday cottage offers plenty of room with a very well-equipped kitchen and a spacious sitting room with a sofa bed and large dining area, ideal for families who have booked both properties in the group. Countryside views can be enjoyed from the living accommodation and there is the added bonus of a snug which has a TV and DVD player, an ideal room to escape to with a book or...

Sleeps: 8

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £665

High Season: £1015

 

Cardiff & Cardiff Bay Tourist Information
Cardiff (Caerdydd) - Wales' capital and largest city

Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales, located in South Wales, it is a coastal city surrounded on three sides by the Vale of Glamorgan, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Caerphilly, and Newport.

Cardiff - The shopping capital of Wales
Cardiff is able to provide avid shoppers with bag upon bag loads of joyful retail therapy, between the vast array of national high street retailers and the individual independent shops, shoppers are practically guaranteed to find everything they could wish for. Shops of all sizes can be found throughout the city whether in charming Edwardian and Victorian arcades or in ultra-modern shopping centres, shops can also be found along St Mary Street, High Street, Castle Street and Duke Street. The city is also home to St. David's, the largest shopping centre in Wales. Cardiff has a very wide choice of places to grab something to eat and drink, there are national chain restaurants and pubs along with local independent eateries, which, between them, will certainly have something to tempt all taste buds and with prices to meet all budgets.

Cardiff Bay – Europe's largest waterfront development
Formerly known as ‘Tiger Bay’ and the Docklands, Cardiff Bay is now Cardiff’s vibrant and stylish waterfront which lies to the South of the city centre (about a 20-minute walk away). The Bay is set around a 500-acre freshwater lake which has a range of tempting bistros, cafes, bars and pubs. For those who are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a while, Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve provides the perfect destination. Ideally located right in the middle of Cardiff Bay, this man-made reserve offers a quiet haven for walking and cycling, it is also home to various birds and other wildlife.

Across the lake from Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve is Cardiff’s most popular visitor attraction, the Dr Who Experience. This is a real 'must-visit' attraction for fans of this iconic television series, it houses the world's largest collection of original Doctor Who costumes, props and sets. Visitors can also fly the TARDIS and get up close (but not too personal) to the Doctor's monsters and enemies like Davros, the Daleks and the Cybermen. There are also self-guided and guided tours available.

Cardiff Bay has many places to visit like Techniquest, it has 120 intriguing hands-on exhibits and science shows, it also houses Wales’ only digital planetarium. Wales Millennium Centre is located in Bute Place within Cardiff Bay, it's a modern music and cultural complex staging theatre, opera, ballet and music shows. Cardiff International Sports Village can also be found in Cardiff Bay, it's a fantastic regeneration project which includes an Olympic standard swimming pool, an Ice rink and a white water canoeing and kayaking centre, with other developments planned.

Five miles from the city centre lies the peace and tranquillity of Forest Farm Nature Reserve, situated in the Taff Gorge, this country park extends across the River Taff Valley and is home to a variety of wildlife in varying habitats.

Straddling Forest Farm Nature Reserve are two, 18-hole parkland courses, to the West is Radyr Golf Club, to the East is Whitchurch (Cardiff) Golf Club. Continuing further East is Cardiff Golf Club, another 18-hole parkland golf course.

Visitors to the city may find the Cardiff Card useful, for a small fee it offers discounts on various stores, attractions and eateries.

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