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Cardiff Bed and Breakfasts and Guest Houses

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Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Bed & Breakfasts & Guest Houses

Choose your Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan bed and breakfasts, including cheap deals on luxury and budget guesthouses, whether you’re planning a romantic break, a family holiday, or a get-together with friends, a holiday in Cardiff or Mid Glamorgan can be as exciting or relaxing as you may wish. Cardiff is filled with superb attractions and has accommodation for every budget. Right on its doorstep is the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan which is filled with cheerful beaches and dramatic landscapes. While in the area, why not stay at a welcoming bed and breakfast or guest house? Most B& B’s are family run by local people, who can tell you many of the best places to visit, some of which you may never find without local knowledge. This personal touch can make your holiday pleasant and affordable.

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Ibis - Cardiff
Ibis - Cardiff  has a 2 star rating

Ibis Hotel Cardiff City Centre near Stadium

100 BEDROOMS
The Ibis hotel in Cardiff City has seasonal deals throughout the year, and boasts an ideal location in the city centre Only 500 m from the railway station, the hotel is also near Cardiff Castle, Cardiff International Arena and Millennium Stadium.
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Mercure Holland House - Cardiff
Mercure Holland House - Cardiff  has a 4 star rating

Mercure Holland House Cardiff - Luxury Spa Hotel with Pool

100 BEDROOMS
Choice of 165 spacious Superior and Club class bedrooms, four luxury one bedroom suites, or luxuriate in the expansive John Charles presidential suite featuring two spacious self contained bedrooms.
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Hotel One Hundred - Cardiff

Hotel One Hundred - Cardiff Boutique Hotel

7 BEDROOMS
Book this unique Cardiff boutique accommodation and you will be hard pressed to find similar offering the same value. Everything has been chosen with extra care to provide beauty and comfort.
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Riverside Bed & Breakfast - Cardiff

Riverside | Central Bed & Breakfast in Cardiff, South Wales

FROM £55.00 TO £60.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
This Cardiff B&B is Situated by the river and over looking the world famous Principality Stadium. Right in the heart of Cardiff, Europe's youngest capital city.
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Cathedral64 B&B - Cardiff

64 Cathedral Rd B&B - Cardiff Bed and Breakfast

SLEEPS UP TO 4, 2 BEDROOMS FROM £95.00 TO £110.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
Boutique bed and breakfast in the centre of Cardiff in an an elegant Victorian town house on one of the best streets" in Wales
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 Hilton Hotel - Cardiff
 Hilton Hotel - Cardiff has a 4 star rating

The Hilton - Cardiff Spa Hotel with Indoor Pool

100 BEDROOMS
Relax in the spa or 20-metre heated pool, work out in the gym, or explore the attractions like cardiff Castle, opposite the Hilton
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Beaufort Guest House
Beaufort Guest House has a 4 star rating

The Beaufort Guest House Cardiff B&B

FROM £55.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Beaufort House Cardiff B&B can be found on Cathedral Road in the heart of the Cities victorian conservation area. Ideal Central Cardiff Bed & Breakfast
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Park Plaza - Cardiff
Park Plaza - Cardiff  has a 4 star rating

Park Plaza - Luxury 4-star Cardiff City Centre Hotel

100 BEDROOMS FROM £119.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
Winner of the AA Hotel of the Year award for Wales and located in the heart of the city centre, The Park Plaza oozes luxury and sophistication, situated on Greyfriars Road
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APARTMENTS WALES
APARTMENTS WALES has a 4 star rating

APARTMENTS WALES - Barry Serviced Apartments

SLEEPS UP TO 2, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £49.00 TO £300.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
Serviced Self Catering Apartments located in the Heart of South Wales. Cardiff Airport 4min Barry Island 2min, Train 2 blocks down, Shops on your doorstep. Complimentary 24/7 Parking Complimentary WiFi
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Ty Rosa Boutique and Gay Friendly B&B
Ty Rosa Boutique and Gay Friendly B&B  has a 4 star rating

Ty Rosa Boutique and Gay B&B Cardiff

5 BEDROOMS
Cardiff Gay friendly boutique bed and breakfast not far from city centre with free wi-fi, parking and a breakfast you would expect from a 5 star hotel
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The Copthorne Hotel - Cardiff
The Copthorne Hotel - Cardiff has a 4 star rating

The Copthorne Hotel Culverhouse Cross Cardiff

100 BEDROOMS
The Copthorne offers luxurious 4 star accommodation. The hotel has an abundance of facilities including an on-site leisure club with swimming pool, gym ans beauty therapy facilities.
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St. Mary's Hotel - Pencoed

St. Mary's Hotel - Pencoed Golf and Country Club

24 BEDROOMS FROM £48.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
Unique Welsh historic buildings and one hundred and fifty acres of parkland make St Mary's Hotel, Golf and Country Club an indulgent destination for holidays and short breaks between Cardiff & Swansea in the beutiful Vale of Glamorgan
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Sheepleys Bed & Breakfast Llandow

Vale of Glamorgan B&B nr Cowbridge

Boasting a prime location in the Vale of Glamorgan between the villages of Llantwit Major and Cowbridge, Sheepleys bed and breakfast is a wonderful place to stay.
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Austins B&B
Austins B&B has a 2 star rating

Austins Cardiff Guest House

SLEEPS UP TO 20, 11 BEDROOMS FROM £30.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Austins is located in the centre of Cardiff City overlooking the river and only 300 metres from the Castle.
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Tanes Hotel - Cardiff
Tanes Hotel - Cardiff has a 3 star rating

Tanes Hotel - Newport Road - Cardiff

19 BEDROOMS FROM £31.95 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Cardiff guest house Tanes Hotel a large Victorian house has been welcoming guests under the personal and friendly supervision of the family that own and run it for nearly 40 years. Priding itself on quality, comfort and a relaxing atmosphere.
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Elgano - Cardiff

Elgano Hotel - Cardiff City Centre Hotel with Free Parking

11 BEDROOMS FROM £50.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
This recently refurbished Cardiff city centre hotel is ideally situated close to all the cities top attractions including the Millennium Centre. Guests can take advantage of free parking plus a range of modern facilities.
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Sandringham Hotel - Cardiff
Sandringham Hotel - Cardiff  has a 2 star rating

Sandringham Hotel - Near Cardiff Central Railway Station

28 BEDROOMS
The Sandingham is located in the heart of Cardiff city centre and offers clean, comfortable budget accommodation.Ideally situated for all the fantastic attractions the city has to offer.
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Penrhys Hotel - Cardiff
Penrhys Hotel - Cardiff  has a 3 star rating

Penrhys Hotel - Cardiff City B&B

FROM £25.00 TO £35.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Penrhys offers excellent bed and breakfast accommodation ata ideal Cardiff City location, close to City Centre and millennium Stadium all the comforts of home in the City.
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Gelynis Farm B&B Cardiff

Gelynis Farm Guest House Cardiff

SLEEPS UP TO 6, 3 BEDROOMS FROM £50.00 PER ROOM PER NIGHT
Gelynis Farm B&B has to be a little gem! a historic Farm House on a fruit farm just minutes from the city centre.
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Dexby Townhouse - Cardiff
Dexby Townhouse - Cardiff  has a 4 star rating

Dexby Townhouse Cathedral Road, Cardiff

5 BEDROOMS FROM £45.00 TO £80.00 PER PERSON PER NIGHT
Dexby Town House is a beautiful Cardiff Bed and Breakfast in a wonderful Victorian building which has recently been refurbished and tastefully decorated, and under new management.
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Top Reasons to Stay in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan

Nothing feels as good as unwinding in a pretty B& B at the end of a long, busy day. Bed and breakfasts in Cardiff and The Vale of Glamorgan offer a personal experience as the owners are always on hand. Many of the establishments offer extra benefits that are not found in large hotels. These include homemade breakfasts and freshly cooked snacks.

Inexpensive

In today’s economy, holidays can be particularly difficult to afford. So we are all looking for great value for money, and that is something you will find when you opt to stay in a bed and breakfast. These establishments are owned by locals and offer exceptional service. They focus on quality control as they are much smaller than hotels. Most are located in quiet neighborhoods and provide guests with a pleasant experience far away from the noise and excitement of large attractions.

Gorgeous

The bed and breakfasts in Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan are refurbished private houses that are charmingly decorated. Some are Victorian townhouses; others are 17th-century farmhouses, while others are modern homes. They have rooms of different sizes and can accommodate couples, small groups, and even large families.

Cardiff Castle

This is undoubtedly one of the best tourist attractions in Wales. It is set in the heart of the city next to the splendid Bute Park and city centre shopping. The castle has large towers which hide an intricate and gorgeous interior. It dates back to the 1st century AD. It was originally a Roman fort and was turned into a mote and bailey castle by Norman invaders in the 11th century. It was rebuilt by stone in the 12th century and completed in the 13th century. Cardiff Castle was the base of frequent conflicts between the Welsh and the Anglo-Normans. It was attacked various times in the 12th century and was stormed during the revolt of Owain Glyndŵr in 1404.

Bute Park

This is the main park in Cardiff city. It boasts 130 acres of parkland and landscaped gardens. The grounds were previously part of Cardiff Castle. Bute Park gets its name from the third Marquess of Bute whose family lived in the castle. It is comprised of flower gardens, recreation grounds, and an arboretum. It beautifully straddles River Taff and is home to the Glamorgan County Cricket Club.

The Principality Stadium

Hailed as one of the best Welsh constructions in modern times, the stadium is a beautiful structure. It is a hub for international events and gives locals a chance to see their sporting and cultural heroes on home ground. It frequently hosts the Wales national football team and is the base of the Wales national rugby union team.

Wales Millennium Centre

The spectacular structure is set on the Cardiff Bay waterfront. It is an international receiving house for ballet, opera, musicals, comedy, and dance. It also houses 7 different cultural organizations. The centre was opened in 2004 and is one of the world’s best performing arts and destination venues. Its sculptured facade is made from rock and slate to mimic Wales’ rugged landscape, Snowdonia's slate quarries, and the cliffs of the Pembrokeshire National Park. If you don’t fancy opera and musicals, visit the centre just to see the beautiful structure.

Roath Park

Roath Park enjoys a lovely location in the heart of Cardiff city. It has a classic Victorian atmosphere and is the perfect spot to enjoy some leisure time. It is one of the town's most popular parks and was recently awarded a Green Flag for its high quality and importance. It has a conservatory which houses several plants and wildlife.

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay is Europe's largest waterfront development. It offers plenty of fun and adventure. You can take a boat ride from the bay to explore history centres like the Red Dragon Centre and the Tube. The bay is home to a number of attractions including the Pierhead Building, the Norwegian Church Arts Centre, the Senedd (Welsh Assembly Building), Techniquest Centre, and the stunning Wales Millennium Centre.

The Glamorgan Heritage Coast

Comprised of 35 miles of traditional resorts, striking cliffs, charming hamlets, and golden beaches, this is the perfect holiday spot. It starts from the edge of Cardiff Bay and winds its way westwards. As it stretches on, it takes in Penarth, Barry Island, the striking cliffs of Nash Point, the dunes of Merthyr Mawr, Porthcawl town, and the famous Kenfig Nature Reserve. You can cover the entire stretch in a short time thanks to the newly-formed Wales Coast Path. You can also try the coast road and see the magnificent Ogmore Castle and the charming villages of Ogmore by Sea, Llantwit Major, and Merthyr Mawr.

The Glamorgan Heritage Coast is known for its pristine sandy beaches. Newton Bay, Whitmore Bay, Rest Bay, and Southerndown have regularly won awards for their cleanliness and superb facilities. The area is also famed for its water sports. Surfers can be often spotted at Rest Bay, Coney Beach, and Southerndown. Rest Bay has brilliant waves and is considered one of UK’s best beaches for surfing.

Bed and breakfasts in Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan give you a unique opportunity to experience the area. One holiday here is enough to get you hooked for life!