The price is Rs8,759 per night from 5 Jun to 6 JunRs8,759
5 Jun - 6 Jun
4.8/5 Exceptional! (22 reviews)
"The converted barn was absolutely lovely and still had some of its original features. The owners are very kind and the property is extremely cute! It is located in a village and the pub is right next door. Plan ahead, the location is better to get to via car/taxi than on foot. The property was clean ..."
Cross Oak Cottages, Penmaen Road, Blackwood, Wales, NP12 0DJ
The price is Rs4,866 per night from 7 Jun to 8 JunRs4,866
7 Jun - 8 Jun
4.1/5 Very Good! (42 reviews)
"My partner and I were staying over to travel into Cardiff for the rugby and so were just looking for a base for the night. The staff were friendly and helpful. The room was small but clean and tidy. It wasn't an expensive room and so it wasn't a luxurious stay but it was certainly very pleasant. ..."
"Really nice property in very convenient location within sight if Principality Stadium and Cardiff Central railway station. Room is compact with beds and few hangers but more tjan adequate for our stay. There were plenty of showers which were separate from rooms but plenty of them and never had to ..."
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Frequently asked questions
Whether you’re passing through town and are looking for accommodation that’s small and charming, or you’re a solo traveller hoping to make some connections, a B&B can be a good choice for many different types of travellers. If you want to lose yourself exploring fascinating exhibits, you might consider stopping by St Fagans and Big Pit National Coal Museum while you’re in town.
With attentive service, an atmosphere suited to mingling with other guests and tasty breakfasts, B&Bs provide a unique environment.
Expedia offers 28 bed and breakfasts in Cardiff, so you’ll have lots of options for your stay.
When you’re planning your getaway to Cardiff, make sure that you take the year-round temperatures into account. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 15°C, while the coldest months are February and January, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Cardiff is 961 mm.
Travellers who want to experience Cardiff should visit its interesting historical sites and major shopping area. When you want to spend some time in the great outdoors, Barry Island Beach and Brecon Beacons National Park are some notable spots. You should put Principality Stadium and Cardiff Bay on your list if you want to see more of the area.
Mapping out your trip in and around Cardiff is easy with these transportation options. Fly into Cardiff International Airport (CWL), which is located 9 mi (14.4 km) away. Otherwise, look for flights into Bristol International Airport (BRS), which is 21.3 mi (34.2 km) away. If you’d like to venture out around the area, you may want a rental car for your journey.
"Perfectly situated and quite elegant. The hotel was within walking distance of the train station and the pedestrian part of town. We could easily walk to Cardiff Castle and the stadium.
The hotel was very elegant and the staff eager to please. I would stay here again in a heartbeat "
A verified traveller from Gray stayed at The Parkgate Hotel
"Great hotel in the centre of Newport. Looks like it has recently had a full make-over. It's an older building but the inside is fully up to date.
Easy walking distance from both the city centre and from the railway station."