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Bed and Breakfast in Cardiff If you’re looking for a warm, friendly place to stay where you can get a great fry-up for breakfast, then you won’t be disappointed in Cardiff.

Europe’s fastest growing city has a wealth of homely B&Bs dotted around the city with owners who know exactly how to make their guests feel very welcome indeed.

Situated on Cathedral Road, where you’ll find most of the city’s B&Bs, is the ever popular Acorn Lodge [map], which provides clean and comfortable accommodation in a central location. The rooms come in a choice of en suite or basic, and all have a colour TV, in addition to tea and coffee making facilities. You could also brush up on your Welsh as the friendly couple who run the B&B are both fluent in the language and are always happy to help learners.

Also on the tree-lined Cathedral Road you’ll find the small but cosy Chalice Keep Guesthouse [map], which has a very homely feel. The bedrooms come with washbasins, TV and tea and coffee making facilities, while the B&B is only a short walk from the attractions of the city centre.

At the end of Cathedral Road, away from the city centre and closer to the open parklands of Llandaff, is the Annedd Lon Guesthouse [map], which means 'cheerful dwelling'. This small and friendly guesthouse is elegantly furnished and offers basic accommodation at a competitive price. City centre attractions such as the Welsh Institute of Sport and the Millennium Stadium are within walking distance.

If you’re looking for a peaceful retreat then the Arosa Guesthouse [map] is a good place to stay, as it is set in a residential area but is not too far from the city centre. The small hotel is convenient for bus routes to many major attractions while the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle and theatres are all within 20 minutes walk. All the rooms are attractively furnished with home comforts, including a TV and tea and coffee making facilities.

For those seeking accommodation with a difference the Old Barn Bed and Breakfast [map] might be just what you’re looking for. It is a small but luxurious cottage that still retains original features such as slate floors and exposed beams, and is decorated in the style of a traditional farmhouse. The barn is a self-contained unit with double and twin en suite rooms, a lounge and kitchen, and is available on a bed and breakfast or self-catering basis.

If you’re looking to get right away from the hustle and bustle of central Cardiff why not book a room at the Cottage Guesthouse [map] in the nearby town of Caerphilly. Built in 1682, this B&B has a long and interesting history and maintains a home-from-home feel with traditional décor and open fireplaces. Two of the rooms are en suite and all have colour TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a large car park and a guest lounge.

Other B&Bs worth a look are the Rock House [map], a Victorian town house with excellent views and just a short walk from Penarth pier, and Churchills [map], an Edwardian style hotel in a quiet area of the city centre near the Cathedral.

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