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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The Plymouth Arms
The Plymouth Arms
The inn takes its name from Elizabeth Lewis, heiress of a major local landowner in the area, who married the Third Earl of Plymouth in the early 1700’s. ...
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The Potted Pig
The Potted Pig
The Potted Pig restaurant is located in central Cardiff on High Street within 100m of both Cardiff castle and the famous Millennium Stadium. Opened in 2011 The Potted...
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Three Horseshoes
Three Horseshoes
The history of The Three Horseshoes has always been synonymous with a family atmosphere and good food. It has always been unique in providing quality and service...
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Ty Carreg Fach Holiday Cottage
Ty Carreg Fach Holiday Cottage
Cradled within a peaceful valley near Cardiff, Ty Carreg Fach is part of an original Welsh stone barn nestling on the edge of Forest Fawr on the Taff Trail. This beautiful property boasts views of hillsides ...
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Ty Mynydd Lodge
Ty Mynydd Lodge
This original lodge, was the gatehouse to Ty Mynydd, the home of the Dahl family, where the world famous children’s author, ...
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Ty Nant Inn
Ty Nant Inn
Picturesque pub on the edge of the taff trail and just a stone’s throw from the M4 and A470. Our menu, jam-packed with freshly prepared grills sitting alongside generously...
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Ty Rosa B&B
Ty Rosa B&B
Our guest rooms, which are named after Welsh castles, have been lovingly and caringly decorated to make you feel comfortable and relaxed. Snuggle up in a luxury bed, in a room ...
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Vegetarian Food Studio
Vegetarian Food Studio
When it comes to vegetarian food, Cardiff has been described as “a bit of black hole”. This, however, is no longer the case with the Vegetarian Food Studio gaining several awards...
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Wally’s Delicatessen & Kaffeehaus
Wally’s Delicatessen & Kaffeehaus
Wally's is the premier delicatessen in Wales and the South West of Britain, specialising in fine foods from around the world.We have been trading from our...
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Whizzard Helicopters-Cardiff
Whizzard Helicopters-Cardiff
Take an exhilarating flight over some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain, usually the reserve of the birds soaring overhead....
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cathedral 64
cathedral 64
An elegant Victorian town house, Cathedral 64 offers luxury boutique bed and breakfast in Cardiff on “one of the best streets” in Wales and so convenient to the city....
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