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GO Guesthouses in Cardiff

Guesthouses in Cardiff When it comes to guesthouses you’ll be spoilt for choice in Cardiff because the city is simply full of them. So to help you find the perfect home from home for your stay in the Welsh capital, we’ve picked out some of the best in the area – but it’s fair to say these are just the tip of the iceberg.

For a real homely feel try the Courtlands Hotel [map], which is located close to the city centre and Cardiff Bay, and is convenient for the M4 motorway. This converted Victorian townhouse retains many of its original features and is in close proximity to a number of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. All of the rooms are en suite and come with TV, radio and tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a private bar and lounge for residents' use.

A large number of the city’s hotels are located about 10 minutes from the city centre in the Roath Park district, including the Domus and Albany guesthouses.

Domus Guesthouse [map] is a friendly and comfortable Victorian town house that has been sympathetically converted and modernised. Situated on one of the main roads into Cardiff centre, all the attractions of the city are only a short walk away and there is a regular bus service that passes the hotel door.

As a special feature the Domus Guesthouse offers party weekends at a special rate for two nights bed and breakfast, evening buffet and wine. Groups of up to 21 can be accommodated and the services of a party organiser are thrown in free for groups of over 15.

The Albany Guesthouse [map] used to be a family home and still retains an air of comfort and offers a warm welcome. Set in a convenient location close to the city centre, this small hotel has a low-key, no-fuss atmosphere and is popular with guests of all ages. It is also within walking distance of the beautiful Roath Park with its glasshouse, rose gardens and boating lake.

In the area of Llandaff you’ll find the friendly, family run Briars Hotel [map] situated halfway along a peaceful tree-lined road that leads to the city centre. The decor of floral patterns and dark woods is in keeping with the original Victorian architecture of the house, and it is only a stone’s throw from the Welsh Institute of Sport and Glamorgan County Cricket Club.

Located close to the civic buildings and the National Museum and Gallery, the small Ferndale Guesthouse [map] is popular with visitors to the university, as it is on the same road as the Humanities, Languages and Business Schools. The rooms are small but comfortable, and all have tea and coffee making facilities and a TV, while a cooked breakfast is served every morning.

Other guesthouses worth a look are the Victorian-style Town House [map] and the elegant Lincoln House [map], both on Cathedral Road, and Princes Guesthouse [map] near Roath Park.

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