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Cardiff, the proud capital city of Wales


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There's an air of excitement surrounding the capital city of Cardiff as it becomes ever more popular with visitors. It is an impressive city with a proud civic centre, a shopping centre which is a shopper's paradise where traditional shops co exist with brand  new shopping malls. With excellent transport into the city, Cardiff is easily accessible from anywhere in South Wales. The Millennium Stadium is Cardiff's premier sporting venue and well worth a visit. Cardiff is renowned for its cultural activities, there is a very active drama, music and dance scene with a number of first class venues across the city a whole range and variety of theatres, and concert halls. 
 
Make sure you visit the National Museum to view the art collection and you must take time visit Cardiff's newest development in Cardiff Bay which is now the seat of modern government in Wales. You must visit the modernistic Senedd (Parliament) building and the Millennium centre which houses the world renowned Welsh National Opera  and Diversions Dance and plays host to world class musicals. Marry all of the above with the good hotels, restaurants and the lively night time scene and you want to return time after time
 
The Capital of Wales has enjoyed a major rebirth since its days as the worlds leading coal-exporting port. Nowadays there's a lot more to Cardiff then coal. Just recently a number of top venues have opened up making it one of Britain's most appealing destinations. Probably the most important new feature is the stylish new waterfront that runs along Cardiff Bay with many new hotels, restaurants and bars. Then there's Techniquest, the new Science Discovery Centre with 160 interactive exhibits, a planetarium, science theatre and a discovery room.
 
Other popular attractions in Cardiff include: the National museum and the Victorian Arcades (where you'll find some excellent shops). Not to be missed is Cardiff's famous castle. It was built ages ago during Roman times. In the nineteenth century it was recreated in medieval style by William Burges, architect to the Earl of Bute, as a fairytale residence. It's a fascinating structure, well worth checking out. The Waterbus operates throughout the year in Cardiff Bay giving visitors to the Cardiff a unique view of the City from the water.
 
The Waterbus sails between Cardiff's waterfront and the Penarth end of the Barrage. Passengers can visit the multi-million pound Cardiff Bay Barrage or if travelling from Penarth spend time at Cardiff's developing waterfront .
 
Things are different in Cardiff, the Capital of Wales. Within the compact city centre you'll find unique attractions, top class entertainment - and quality shopping with a difference. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings, the bustle of the city centre is only a few strides from acres of peaceful parklands, and Cardiff Bay offers indoor and outdoor entertainment for everyone. Have a browse on this site to find out more information on attractions, events, downloadable maps, how to get to Cardiff and much more!

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Porthcawl, South Wales, Wales

Ground floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetPet-friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 2 (1 double (+ 1 single sofa bed))
  • Rates
    £273 - £554

This detached, self-catering South Wales cottage lies in a haven of trees, woodland and orchard and is only a 10 minute walk away from the beach. Set in 4.5 acres of private grounds and with 3 golf courses within 2 miles, many beaches and walks in the vicinity, this Porthcawl accommodation offers the perfect location to enjoy many activities or just relax and unwind.

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Porthcawl, South Wales, Wales

Baby friendlyPet-friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 2 (1 double (+ 1 single sofa bed))
  • Rates
    £287 - £529
The pet-friendly cottage is part of a former Dairy and is set in 4.5 acres of private grounds. There are 3 golf courses within 2 miles, many beaches and walks in the vicinity and the nearest beach is only a 10 minute walk away. This cottage in Porthcawl offers the perfect location to enjoy many activities or just relax and unwind.
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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Pet-friendlyShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 2 (1 studio : 1 double bed)
  • Rates
    £340 - £420
This Llantrisant apartment is located in the Old Town and is ideal for a visit to Cardiff and all locations in South Wales. With several pubs, restaurants, local shops and even a castle ruins within walking distance, it is an ideal base for visiting the area.
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Porthcawl, South Wales, Wales

Enclosed gardenGround floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyPet-friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin (2'6'' twin beds for children))
  • Rates
    £400 - £600
This dog-friendly self catering cottage is located near Porthcawl, South Wales. A 10 minute walk from Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes and Newton's dog-friendly beach, the cottage is positioned in beautiful countryside - a peaceful and tranquil setting for your self-catering Porthcawl holidays. Ideally located for those who are looking for outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, surfing and wind surfing, golf and horse riding.
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Llantwit Major, South Wales, Wales

Wi-fi / InternetPet-friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 2 (1 double bed and double sofa bed)
  • Rates
    £400 - £400
Llofft y Fro is a self catering Vale of Glamorgan cottage, set in a tiny and peaceful little hamlet only a stone’s throw from the beaches of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. Stylishly decorated throughout, the cottage makes an ideal romantic retreat or accommodation for Cardiff Airport (only 3 miles away), and is 25 minutes from the centre of Cardiff.
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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Enclosed gardenGround floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 6 (3 bedrooms : 3 doubles)
  • Rates
    £400 - £6000
Set on a hillside with widereaching views out over Llantrisant and down towards Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan this property is a great base for events at the Principalicty Stadium or a special occasion, reunion or get together. It is only a short drive from Cardiff in one direction and the Breacon Beacons National Park in the other and there are also several great beaches including Southerndown and Barry Island.
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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Enclosed gardenGround floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 2 (1 bedrooms : 1 double (1 childrens single sofa bed))
  • Rates
    £450 - £1200
Cosy and stylish cottage for 2 surrounded by woodland and rolling hills with superb local pub and restaurant a short walk away. Ideal for a romantic break for 2 and only 20 minutes from Cardiff. With the Brecon Beacons National park and the Glamorgan Heritage Coast all a short drive away this is a superb location to enjoy all the area has to offer.
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Cardiff , South Wales, Wales

Enclosed gardenGround floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyShop / pub within 1 mileOn a Farm
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 doubles (+1 extra double sofa bed))
  • Rates
    £455 - £1000
5 star apartment offering the best of both worlds. It has all the benefits of a stunning rural location in a traditional countryside village with 2 local pubs, yet is only 20 minutes from Cardiff city centre. Set in the Vale of Glamorgan, Ger-y-llyn is one of two luxury Cardiff holiday apartments on site and offers the perfect location to relax in the peacefulness of the countryside and to explore Cardiff and its many attractions.

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Cardiff , South Wales, Wales

Enclosed gardenWi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyShop / pub within 1 mileOn a Farm
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 doubles (+1 extra double sofa bed))
  • Rates
    £455 - £1000
Get the best of both worlds at this 5 star first floor holiday apartment, Cardiff. It offers all the benefits of a stunning rural location with two local pubs, whilst the centre of Cardiff is just 7 miles away. Uwch-y-llyn is one of two luxury holiday apartments situated on an impressive 20 acre estate in the Vale of Glamorgan. The perfect place to relax after exploring Cardiff and its many attractions.

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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Enclosed gardenGround floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 bedrooms: 1 king, 1 double )
  • Rates
    £455 - £900
Only 20 minutes from the Centre of Cardiff this 5 star Barry holiday cottage enjoys great views across the rolling hills of the Vale of Glamorgan. Numerous beaches can be found nearby, including Barry Island and the stunning Glamorgan Heritage Coastline.

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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Ground floor bedroom(s) Wi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 bedrooms: 1 king, 1 double )
  • Rates
    £455 - £900
This self catering Barry accommodation is near many beaches and is only 20 minutes from the Centre of Cardiff. Looking out across the Vale of Glamorgan you can enjoy great views from the balcony. There are many activities and attractions to be enjoyed in the area including the stunning Glamorgan Heritage Coast.
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Chepstow, South Wales Borderlands, Wales

Log fireWi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyPet-friendlyOn a Farm
  • Sleeps up to 4 (3 bedrooms: 1 double, 2 x single (+ 1 pull out bed available))
  • Rates
    £560 - £815
One of two self-catering Monmouthshire cottages set on a working farm in 126 acres of beautiful open meadows, woodland and rolling hills. With a wood burner and an outdoor hot tub, the cottage is perfect for relaxing and is ideally located for exploring the numerous attractions in the area. The cottage also comes with a large play area whilst children are welcome to help with feeding the farm animals, collecting eggs etc.

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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Wi-fi / InternetWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 bedrooms : 2 king size beds)
  • Rates
    £640 - £1200
The perfect base for self catering in Cardiff, this Waterside Apartment is located in one of the most desirable developments in Cardiff Bay and boasts stunning, 180 degree bay views. Cardiff’s city centre including the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle and the many shopping centres are also a short taxi, bus or water taxi away making it the perfect location for a romantic break, a city break with friends or a family trip.

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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Wi-fi / InternetBaby friendlyWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 bedrooms: 1 super king, 1 double)
  • Rates
    £660 - £2000
Cardiff self catering Penthouse with large balcony overlooking the impressive Millennium Stadium. Any closer and you'd actually be in the stadium. Superb top floor, City Centre location ideal for taking advantage of the many shops, bars, restaurants, theatres, sports and Stadium events. Only a minute walk to the city's central train and bus stations with links to Cardiff Airport.
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Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Wi-fi / InternetWithin 5 miles to beachShop / pub within 1 mile
  • Sleeps up to 4 (2 bedrooms: 2 double (plus 1 extra double blow up bed))
  • Rates
    £660 - £1000
2 bed self catering apartment opposite the Miillennium Stadium and in the centre of the city. Ideal for all Millennium - Principality Stadium events including 6 Nations rugby, Champions League final , speedway and music concerts.
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