Cardiff – a city to visit in 2017
Cardiff is making the headlines this year with the UEFA Champions League Final taking place in the city on the 3rd of June. However if football is not your thing, Cardiff is a city to visit for a host of reasons. Sporting events, cultural opportunities, shopping, eating out and more. Here’s our city suggestions for all occasions:
The Romantic getaway
Cardiff is a romantic city, with restaurants to dine in, quaint bars and plenty of space for romantic walks. Our Cardiff Hideaway (sleeps 2) is a great place for a romantic weekend with the added bonus of a hot tub to relax in after a day exploring.
The Sports fans dream
You couldn’t be closer to the action than at Millennium View Penthouse (sleeps 4) , with a large balcony with views over the Principality. The ideal location if attending any event at the stadium or just wanting to be at the heart of the city action.
The Bay View
Your opportunity to sit on the balcony and enjoy stunning panoramic views all across Cardiff, the bay and out to sea. Cardiff Waterside apartment (sleeps 4) is a great place to base yourself to explore the wonderful Cardiff Bay area.
Escape to the country
Y Cudyll Coch (sleeps 4) and Y Golomen (sleeps 4) are 2 5 star cottages just 20 minutes from Cardiff city centre. The added bonus of countryside and being close to the city, and also near Barry Island made famous by Gavin and Stacey
For the extended family
Bringing the extended family along (or even a group of friends) then Sophia Walk (sleeps 8) is a stylish property in the heart of the city. A short walk and your at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff Castle and the cities shops and bars. Also boast the benefit of having onsite parking.
A group accommodation
We’re here to help you find the perfect accommodation for your city stay. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01650 511101.