Cardiff

When we selected all of our Top 100 Attractions, we had a lot of things to take into consideration, such as, value for money, disabled facilities, food outlets, visitor experience, just to name but a few. Not one of our attractions have paid an advertising fee to be selected, and each one is in here on merit. As far as tourist attractions in Wales are concerned, Cardiff’s are all very compact and certainly if you don’t have transport, still very easy to get to. Cardiff has millions of visitors a year on just weekend visits alone, without including people visiting as part of their holiday break. So as you can imagine,
accommodation at times can get very scarce. It’s always a good idea when planning to visit Cardiff to check your accommodation availability first, that way you don’t end up staying somewhere that
ordinarily wouldn’t suit you, or at worst end up disappointed that you didn’t get any accommodation at all. Having said all that, Cardiff now has twice the amount of hotels, guesthouses and other accommodation types that it did ten years ago, so you should be able to find something to suit both yourself and your pockets. I couldn’t get over how cosmopolitan Cardiff now is, and the people are so friendly and they genuinely love to have so many people visiting their great city every year. Whether it be rival rugby teams, people there for concerts or even if you are just visiting for the day, you will be very surprised how geared up the Cardiff people are to accommodate your every needs.

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Fairwater Green Self Catering
Fairwater Green Self Catering
A brand new build 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in the centre of Fairwater Green, based on 4 sharing but sleeps up to 7. There is a small garden and parking for 2 cars and it is adjacent to ...
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Gin & Juice
Gin & Juice
One of Cardiff’s most renowned food and drink institutions, Barker, have just opened their latest venture, a new bar called Gin and Juice in the Castle Arcade. As the name suggests, ...
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Glendale Hotel
Glendale Hotel
If you are looking to stay in the Cardiff area and want somewhere a little different - take a look at the unique boutique hotel experience that includes our famous in-house award winning Italian ...
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Holm House Hotel & Restaurant
Holm House Hotel & Restaurant
For coastal luxury, it doesn’t come better than the elegant and sophisticated suburb of Penarth in South Wales. We invite you to experience the genuine warmth and intelligence of our service,...
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Ice Arena Wales
Ice Arena Wales
Ice Arena Wales is the brand new ice skating rink in the very heart of Cardiff’s Sports Village. The arena boasts 2 spectacular ice pads used for a wide range of recreational and professional skating...
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Jolyon's at No10
Jolyon's at No10
Jolyon's is an exquisite new boutique hotel in the heart of Cardiff. Whether you're visiting for a week or a couple of hours, for work or for pleasure, our 21 individually...
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Lincoln House Hotel
Lincoln House Hotel
The Victorian hotel in the heart of Cardiff Imagine all the benefits of Victorian splendour in a hotel just minutes from Europe's youngest, most vibrant capital. Welcome to...
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Llanerch Vineyard
Llanerch Vineyard
Our laid-back, luxurious atmosphere and our perfect location, just 20 minutes from Cardiff, make our restaurant, bistro, boutique vineyard hotel rooms,...
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Maltsters
Maltsters
Maltsters is a pub that once visited, you won't forget in a hurry! Situated in the heart of Llandaff village on the North-Western outskirts of central Cardiff, Maltsters is a...
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Manor House Hotel & Restaurant
Manor House Hotel & Restaurant
With a traditional restaurant, pretty gardens and a patio, Manor House Hotel offers stylish rooms and free parking. Situated just outside Penarth, the hotel is a 10-minute drive from Cardiff ...
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Millennium Stadium Tours
Millennium Stadium Tours
Walk in the footsteps of Ryan Giggs. See where Madonna stood. Where Shane Williams laced his boots and where all the action takes place on event days. Come and...
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National Museum Cardiff
National Museum Cardiff
National Museum Cardiff houses amazing collections of art, natural history and geology - all under one roof! Wales's National Museum of Art, on the first floor, spans 500 years and includes ...
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Nosda
Nosda
NosDa has the best location for a hostel in the Welsh capital. On the River Taff, NosDa is opposite Wales’ most iconic building, the Millennium Stadium...
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Old Post House
Old Post House
Old Post House Bed and Breakfast South Wales is family owned and run business. Chris and Faye Price have excellent knowledge of the local area with roots in the village for over 25 years. ...
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Olivia House Boutique B&B
Olivia House Boutique B&B
Offering exclusive and stylish accomodation in a unique recently refurbished Edwardian townhouse, Olivia House Bed & Breakfast in Porthcawl sits just 50 metres from the picturesque ...
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Parc Play Cardiff
Parc Play Cardiff
We are a one-of-a-kind children's play centre, you won't find any dark whiffy ball pits at Parc and thats a promise! Instead we have top of the range German made timber...
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Pettigrew Tearooms
Pettigrew Tearooms
The Pettigrew Tea Rooms provide an experience. Mismatched furniture, pretty painted teacups, silver platters and antiqued light fixtures contribute to a...
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Porro (Wellfield Rd)
Porro (Wellfield Rd)
Opened in 2015, Porro is the second venture from the team behind The Potted Pig. We serve a varied and constantly changing menu of modern British food with Italian influences...
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