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- Near the Coast
- On the Coast
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Luxury Accommodation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Open Fire or Stove
- Four Poster Bed
- En-Suite Rooms
- Wi-Fi Access
This premier Cardiff Boutique Hotel offers superb luxury accommodation in Cardiff opposite the millinum centre. Since it's opening in October 2004 Jolyons Hotel has proved to be very a popular addition to this vibrant area of Cardiff. For the comfort of guests Jolyons is a non smoking Hotel.
The Jolyons Boutique Hotel Cardiff has six individualy designed bedrooms, lavishly furnished, with king-sized beds, Wi-fi facilities, free-to-view television, beverages, some with views of Cardiff Bay. Sumptuous en-suite bathrooms, include one with a whirlpool bath and one with a wet room appointed to the highest standards, with extra large fluffy towels, bathrobes and toiletries.
What the papers had to say about the Jolyons Hotel Cardiff.
"One of the five best UK Town House Hotels".
"Jolyons set to Blossom"
" With just six luxury bedrooms it's hard to believe this Cardiff Boutique Hotel was once a seamans lodge"
"Luxurous rooms, individually designed bathrooms, and bar full of life with a relaxed atmosphere squashy sofas & a wood burning stove".
Chris Eccleston ( Dr Who ) said "Thanks, very much better than the Tardis".
The hotels wine bar, Bar Cwtch is an ideal meeting place for pre and after theatre dinner or drinks, where you can relax in style and comfort.
Wine, Beer, Spirits and speciality coffees, are all on the menue and should you decide to dine, the meals are seasonal and can be discribed as a fusion of the best of Welsh and Mediterian cooking.
Delicious home made soups, sandwiches and platters, as well as individual dishes of the day are availiable. The coffee is an individual blend of beans specially selected by the owners.
Tourist Attractions around the Jolyons Cardiff Boutique Hotel
Cardiff is home to many tourist attractions including Cardiff Castle, the National Assembly for Wales, St. David's Hall, the National Museum and Gallery, and Cathays Park (including municipal buildings modelled on those in New Delhi). The Welsh National Opera moved into the Wales Millennium Centre in November 2004.
Cardiff has its own university, Cardiff University, as well as two University of Wales colleges, the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
The city has a professional football team, Cardiff City F.C., nicknamed "The Bluebirds." There is also the Cardiff Blues regional rugby union team, and the Cardiff Devils Ice Hockey team. The city also features an international sporting venue, the Millennium Stadium. Cardiff hosted the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games.