Cardiff Self Catering Accommodation | Llety Canna
Cardiff Self Catering AccommodationThis large Cardiff self catering accommodation is set in the sophisticated Pontcanna district of Cardiff. Llety Canna is only a short walk from numerous cafés and bars and only a 10 minute stroll from the City Centre and the Millennium Stadium. Brimming with home comforts, Llety Canna is an ideal base for a Cardiff city break, a weekend with friends, a family get-together or a business trip.
Awash with French chic and character Llety Canna is decorated with contemporary Welsh art, French antique beds and has a traditional Victorian staircase. This four bedroom luxury town house can also accommodate 2 additional guests on a sofa bed in the lounge area.
French antique double bedroom with unique wall covering and en-suite, modern walk in double shower.
Twin bedroom (no 1) with French grey single beds and wardrobe.
Master bathroom is a contemporary black gloss bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet and sink unit.
One large open plan area incorporating the living, dining and cooking area, plus plasma television. The kitchen if fully equipped with a range cooker, fridge freezer and washing machine for your convenience.
Twin bedroom (no 2) - Two antique French single beds and decorated with Paris skyline wall covering
Double bedroom with blue antique fabric French bed with wardrobe. The walls are uniquely decorated with a map of France and Wales.
Decked outside area with planters and plastic table and chairs seating 10
Bed linen, hand and bath towels included
Heating and electric included
Pets allowed – on request and for £10 per night (please request before booking)
Free Wifi throughout
Any booking placed and then cancelled for Llety Canna will be subject to a cancellation fee of £200. We therefore advise guests to have holiday cancellation insurance in place should you need cover for any circumstances detailed under Cancellations.
No specific parking provided but free to park on street outside property
|Good location, lovely neighbourhood and a querky house|
|Friends from Yorkshire, Mar 2016
|A very lovely townhouse that was beautifully furnished with antiques. A sort of eccentric style - very individual - a bit like the film 'Amelie' It really grew on us|
|Friends from Leeds, Jun 2015
|We had a very enjoyable time both at the property and in Cardiff itself. The location made it easy to get to the City entre. We also managed to get to Cardiff Bay using the Waterbus which was fun. We had a lovely meal in the restaurant across the road (Arbennig) and would definitely recommend it. Make sure you visit when Wales are playing a home rugby international- great atmosphere|
|Rugby Fans , Dec 2014
|Very stylish and in a great location near to some lovely wine bars and restaurants.. Perfect for a girls' weekend away. The owner was wonderful. The Cameo Wine bar were very friendly and with a great band playing on the Sunday. We were made to feel very welcome|
|Fiona, Oct 2014
Llety Canna is located in Pontcanna district of Cardiff. This sophisticated part of the City has many restaurants, bars, boutiques and cafes to enjoy as well as miles of open parkland and walkways alongside the river Taff. The centre of Cardiff is only 1 miles away making the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle, St. Davids' Hall, New Theatre and St. Davids 2 shopping centre are all within a 10 minute walk. Even closer to Llety Canna is Sophia Gardens Cricket Ground Home to the Glamorgan Dragons and an International Test match venue.
Cardiff has notched up a fine reputation as a sporting capital thanks to the quality of the events and facilities. Whether you want to watch or play, Cardiff's sporting scene beats many of its competitors. It offers world-class stadiums for rugby, football, cricket and athletics and an International Sports Village offering an Olympic size swimming pool, ice rink and Cardiff International White Water Centre - an Olympic standard canoe slalom.
Activities in Cardiff include walking and cycling along the Taff Trail and golfing (Celtic Manor golf course - home of 2010 Ryder Cup - within short travelling distance). If you fancy going to watch a football or rugby game, Cardiff City Stadium (5 minutes away) hosts all of Cardiff City and Cardiff Blues' home games, whilst Sophia Gardens hosts the cricket.
You'll find a lively entertainment scene in and around Cardiff, which features opera, ballet, musicals, and live music from world-class acts. Across the city, there are a range of theatres, galleries, museums, arts and live music venues. From the traditional to the ground-breakingly modern, from seating thousands to cosy intimate spaces, Cardiff the can satisfy every taste.
The Taff Trail is a multi-purpose route between Cardiff and the Market Town of Brecon in the North. 55 miles (88km) in length. A superb way to see South Wales. 0.4 miles
Cardiff's Centenary Walk is a great way to explore the city centre on foot, and find out more about how Cardiff became the city it is today. 1.4 miles
Cardiff International White Water (CIWW) - Canoeing and white water rafting facilities including kayaking, hydro speed and hot-dogging. All equipment can be provided. 2.5 miles
Being a coastal city the areas around Cardiff have some superb sea fishing. Charter boats can be hired form Cardiff Bay. 2.5 miles
The river Taff is a recovering salmon river that also holds huge stocks of wild trout and Grayling. Day Tickets available from local associations. 0.4 miles
There are many courses in the area including the prestigious Celtic Manor, host to the 2010 Ryder Cup 18 miles. One of the closest courses is Cottrell Park,an idyllic venue set in the heart of 400 acres of beautiful Parkland. 6 miles
Surrounded by 35 acres of parkland close to the City Centre is Cardiff Riding School. All aspects of horse riding and care are catered for. 1 mile
With the Glamorgan Heritage Coast just around the corner there are numerous beaches to visit ranging from the bustling resort of Barry Island 9 miles to stunning Southerndown. 18 miles
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- Sleeps up to 8
- 4 bedrooms: 2 doubles, 2 twin (+1 extra double sofa bed in lounge)
TestimonialsGood location, lovely neighbourhood and a querky houseFriends from Yorkshire, Mar 2016A very lovely townhouse that was beautifully furnished with antiques. A sort of eccentric style - very individual - a bit like the film 'Amelie' It really grew on usFriends from Leeds, Jun 2015We had a very enjoyable time both at the property and in Cardiff itself. The location made it easy to get to the City entre. We also managed to get to Cardiff Bay using the Waterbus which was fun. We had a lovely meal in the restaurant across the road (Arbennig) and would definitely recommend it. Make sure you visit when Wales are playing a home rugby international- great atmosphereRugby Fans , Dec 2014Very stylish and in a great location near to some lovely wine bars and restaurants.. Perfect for a girls' weekend away. The owner was wonderful. The Cameo Wine bar were very friendly and with a great band playing on the Sunday. We were made to feel very welcomeFiona, Oct 2014