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 centre. The individual rooms have fresh, modern decor and private bathrooms. Some rooms have a private patio area, and all feature a TV, cosy seating area and tea/coffee making facilities. The Manor House Hotel has a total of 16 double/family rooms and 2 cottages that can sleep 4 people. This is ideal should your wedding guests require accommodation.
A varied evening menu is served in the cosy bar or bright and airy conservatory restaurant. Delicious full English breakfasts are also served daily, with light continental options available. Our busy Sunday Lunch Carvery is the best in the area.
Just 10 minutes' drive from the beach and pier at Penarth, Manor House is 2.5 miles from Cardiff Bay and Docks. Barry, with its beach and harbour, can be reached in just 15 minutes' drive.
At the Manor House Hotel we have a 24 hour cancellation policy, if you cancel your accommodations within 24 hours of your stay full payment will be charged.
Penarth,, CF64 2TQ
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