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We have a range of budget places to stay in Cardiff from as low as £13 per night
Based on previous Cardiff accommodation searches, the average starting price is £66
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cardiff is £66 per night.
Krowg I visited out of season and so had the whole apartment to my self. It's a two minute walk from the bus and rail station, and another two minutes from the main shopping area. Cardiff Bay is only twenty minutes away along the Taff river. The place is clean, warm and modern with excellent facilities including cable TV and Wi-Fi. The place is run by Abi and Charlie out of a hostel just around the corner. Abi is beautiful and lovely and kind, and Charlie is laid back, friendly and helpful. If I'd known that they were brother and sister and not husband and wife I would have asked Abi to marry me - and add rejection to my Cardiff experience. HUGELY recommended!!!
paulbram50 This was my first stay in a hostel, and it was absoultely excellent. It was better than staying in a hotel. Everything was spotlessly clean, and the relaxed atmosphere allowed people to meet one another in a friendly manner. The breakfast was an excellent bonus. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here.
24-26 Newport RoadGreat 80%
Hemingway Road Cardiff BayGreat 80%
amanda.fry My son and I stayed for 2 nights so he could go to the UWIC open day, was easy to find, very central and close to all the amenities, Vue cinema, Milleneum Stadium, Bus and Rail Stations and all the shops. Was great value for money and the staff were really friendly and helpful. The only downside was it was very noisy and we hardly slept as our room was above the outdoor area and smoking zone!
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