Once part of a 17th-century country estate, this is now a stylish and modern hotel. It is set on 280 acres (113 hectares) of private parkland in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan and near the Cardiff city center. The main attraction is golf; 18 and nine-hole courses are on offer and golfing breaks are a specialty. But the countryside setting and leisure facilities including tennis, squash and a 20-meter pool, means non-golfers will be kept happily busy too. Golfing facilities include a driving range and practice area and the courses offer plenty of challenges. The vast leisure complex offers a wide range of facilities, including pool, spa and exercise equipment, and a children's club means that parents can relax in peace.
In the heart of the city centre, the 21-storey Radisson Blu Hotel offers panoramic city views, air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi. Cardiff Central Rail Station is close by. Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff is within easy walking distance of Cardiff International Arena, the Millennium Stadium and St. David’s 2 shopping complex. The luxurious rooms at Radisson Blu have flat-screen TVs and laptop safes. There is 24-hour room service. Stylish and modern, the hotel's restaurant and bar serves authentic Italian food, great wines and classic cocktails.
This five-star hotel has already become one of the city's landmarks. Overlooking the castle and civic buildings, the Hilton is minutes away from the city-center shops, with the theater and concert hall in one direction and the National Museum of Wales in the other. Cable TV and a selection of video games are available. The ordinary holiday-maker will appreciate the multilingual staff (who speak Dutch, German, French, Welsh and English), the choice of coffee shops, bars and restaurants and full use of the health suite which includes a pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. Its high-class accommodation and facilities, including a restaurant and bar, function suites, leisure club and ballroom, make it a popular choice with those wanting to treat themselves to something special.
This 4-star luxury hotel is in Cardiff’s city centre, 300 metres from Cardiff Central Rail Station. It has air-conditioned rooms, an award-winning restaurant and a fitness club with indoor pool. Complimentary WiFi is available in the public areas. Large bedrooms are stylish and have luxury bedding, a TV with Freeview channels and pay movies, and a work desk. Each room also has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Guests can enjoy fresh and seasonal dishes served at Market Kitchen, the hotel's restaurant, with locally-sourced produce. The Brew Bar Lounge has an outside terrace and is a more casual option. 24-hour room service is also offered. The Cardiff Marriott Hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from the shops and vibrant nightlife of St Mary’s Street. Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium are both less than 700 metres away. The on-site fitness club has a well-equipped gym featuring modern cardio equipment and weights. Guests can also relax in the club’s sauna.
The stylish, central Royal Hotel Cardiff is a 2-minute walk from the Millennium Stadium and a 5-minute walk from the train station and St David's Shopping Centre. Set in a Grade II listed Victorian building hotel built in 1866, The Royal Hotel now boast modern features like rooms with air conditioning, an LCD TV and free broadband, and some come with views of the Millennium Stadium. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building. Breakfast is served most mornings in the famous Oak Panelled Scott Room which can seat up to 130 guests and can be used as a wedding and function venue. It was in this room that Captain Robert Falcon Scott held his farewell dinner prior to his fateful expedition to the Antarctic in 1910. Fitz's bar offers a selection of light meals, snacks and cocktails made to order.
This famous city center hotel is set in a superb location opposite Cardiff Castle and within easy walking distance of the bus and train station. Built in 1833 and extensively refurbished, the magnificent interior includes marble floors, crystal chandeliers and a grand staircase that sweeps up dramatically from the lobby to the luxury, air-conditioned bedrooms. Its excellent facilities and central location make it a popular short-stay hotel, so early booking is advisable.
Located off the M5 motorway (making it handy for anyone going down to Devon and Cornwall) this elegant Georgian residence offers very comfortable accommodation in a quiet residential road and is an independent bed and breakfast establishment run by the proprietor. Nearby attractions include access to some interesting local walks in pleasant countryside and Portishead itself has a rather quaint village feel to it. The principle bedrooms enjoy glorious views over the Bristol Channel to Wales, hence the name.
For those seeking accommodation with a difference, this small but luxurious cottage might do the trick. The building still retains original features such as slate floors and exposed beams. The decor and furnishings are in the style of a traditional farmhouse, giving it an air of country charm. The barn is a self-contained unit with double and twin en suite rooms, lounge and kitchen, and is available on a bed and breakfast or self-catering basis. A nearby beach and country walks make this a most attractive place to stay.
Registered with the Bristol Tourist Board and recipient of a three diamonds rating, this friendly and clean guest house is in a quiet residential street, just 20 minutes walk away from the city center, just a short hike over the river on a footbridge and you're in the harbor area, with all its attractions. The two rooms are located in a garden flat inside a large Victorian house and guests have full use of the lovely garden attached. Both rooms are en suite and contain tea/coffee facilities, hair-dryer and complimentary toiletries. It's very child-friendly and dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.
The Wyelands Estate was built around the 1820s in the classical Regency style. A number of additions were made to the property over the years, including a stone conservatory and an indoor pool. This exquisite villa sits amidst lush manicured grounds in the Wye valley area which is renown for its stunning natural beauty. Once a private residence, this heritage site is now available on rent for weddings, private house parties and corporate events. Day rates are also available for meetings. The house can accommodate up to 22 people in its 9 bedrooms, and entertainment and catering can be made available on request. The beautiful gardens, luxuriously comfortable house, exceptional service, and convenient location make this an ideal setting to host an event.
Located in Abergavenny, 2.2 km from Abergavenny Castle, Hardwick Farm provides a garden. The property is set 9 km from White Castle, 11 km from Grosmont Castle and 15 km from Llanthony Priory. The accommodation offers free WiFi. At the farm stay, all rooms include a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom is equipped with free toiletries. Breakfast is available daily, and includes Full English/Irish and vegetarian options. The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, 51 km from the property.