Cardiff is a historic city in the very south of Wales. While it was quite a small town for most of its existence, Cardiff grew dramatically throughout the 19th and 20th centuries on the back of the coal industry, for which it served as a major port.
From the Cardiff Travel Guide
Been around the world and haven't found much better than this. From the warm welcome as you entered from Jason the owner to the brand new facilities on offer this was a real find and cant praise it enough. A fantastic hostel right in the heart of Cardiff city centre. Hope to return again very soon. ... more
This hostel was in a fairly good location, just a short walk from Cardiff city centre (though we were greeted with a blank expression when we asked for a map of the city). The bed linen in our room was a nasty brown colour, possibly to distract from the fact that it hadn't been changed before we got there (pubes on the sheet). ... more
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. ... more
Cheap options to stay in wales/cardiff
Pls suggest me the cheap options to stay with my family(my wife and son) in cardiff. Thanks ...
Cardiff or Sheffield or Leeds for a study abroad year?
3 excellent study centres and cities. Music and night life out of the three, one reigns supreme and that's Sheffield. However, Cardiff is much prettier and Leeds has more parks than the other two put together. ...
UK or Wales August 8th -9th Ideas
Help please! I will be staying in Birmingham and am willing to drive 3-5 hours to find a good festival. So fas all I have found is Clacton-on-Sea Carnival stopping through Cambridge on the way. Or perhaps heading to Cardiff. any other suggestions or festivals you know about. thanks Sophia ...