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Accommodation in Cardiff Everyone has conflicting desires and needs when it comes to holiday accommodation, and that is why, in the city of Cardiff, you’ll find a wealth of different types of places to stay. So whether you’re looking for a taste of luxury, a homely guesthouse, a self-catering cottage, budget accommodation or a country retreat, you’ll find it all in and around Europe’s youngest capital city.

Those wanting to splash out during their stay should head to the beautifully redeveloped Cardiff Bay, where you’ll find an array of posh hotels including the much-loved St David’s Hotel and Spa [map] and the Hanover International Hotel [map].

The city centre also plays host to a number of deluxe hotels, such as the Cardiff Marriott [map] with its top leisure and fitness facilities, and the famous Angel Hotel [map], which has lots of Welsh charm.

If you’re after a relaxing break in the country but don’t want to stray too far from the hustle and bustle of the city, there is a selection of country houses on the outskirts of Cardiff. For the sporty types there is the Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel [map], which is set in vast woodlands and comes complete with a tennis court, outdoor swimming pool and golf course.

The New House Country Hotel [map] provides a lavish setting for your rural retreat with spectacular views of the Vale of Glamorgan and plenty of old-world elegance.

A friendly Welsh welcome is guaranteed at the many guesthouses and B&Bs dotted around Cardiff, most of which line the scenic Cathedral Road that leads directly into the city centre. Lodgings such as the Acorn Lodge [map] and Chalice Keep Guesthouse [map] provide a clean, comfortable and homely base for your break. You may also find that the owners are more than willing to share their expertise on the city with you.

If you’re visiting Cardiff on a tight budget then the best way to watch those pennies is to opt for cheap and cheerful accommodation such as hostels and campsites. You’ll find a great choice of budget accommodation here including the popular Cardiff Backpackers Hostel, which has Internet access, a video library and bike rental. Alternatively the Cardiff Caravan Park [map] is not far from the city centre, and cheap hotels such as the Clare Court Hotel provide a comfy bed and decent breakfast.

If you want to make the most of the trendy eateries around the Welsh capital then why not opt for self-catering accommodation. There are a number of apartments in the city centre and Cardiff Bay, including the ACJ Serviced Apartments [map], or you could stay further a field in a cute little cottage such as Parc Coed Machen [map].

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