Get the most out of your stay in Cardiff

The location of our stylish apartments are perfect for a weekend or weekday break, and we invite you to make the most of Cardiff during your stay in the city.

Cardiff has many unique attractions, from world class entertainment to exquisite shops. Whether you are travelling alone, with friends, a partner or as a family, Cardiff has something to offer everyone, whatever the weather.



Techniquest, the hands-on science centre in Cardiff Bay has more than 130 interactive exhibits at this waterfront centre.

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Cardiff International White Water

Cardiff is home to its very own on-demand Olympic standard White Water Rafting and Indoor Wave facility. With its variable river flow, adventurers at all levels can enjoy the thrill of the white water rafting, family rafting, indoor surfing, air trail high rope course and climbing wall.

They also offer bike hire if you are looking to explore Cardiff Bay, and various different paddle courses.


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International Swimming Pool

50m swimming pool plus leisure pool with flumes including a lazy river and space bowl.

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St Fagans National History Museum

St Fagans is one of Europe’s leading open-air museums and Wales’s most popular heritage attraction.

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Wales Millenium Centre

World class arts and cultural centre. Live occasional music in the foyer. Back-drop to the Torchwood and Dr. Who TV series.

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St David's Hall

Home of the Welsh Proms and Cardiff Singer of the Year, plus free events and lunchtime concerts.

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Cardiff Castle

William Burges’ extravagant creation for the Bute family now with new visitor centre. 2,000 years of history and famous resident peacocks

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Cardiff Bus Tour

Hop on the Cardiff bus sightseeing tour and take in the many Cardiff attractions on an open top bus. Pick up in Bay and at Cardiff Castle.

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National Museum Cardiff

National Museum Cardiff is a museum and art gallery in Cardiff, Wales. The museum is part of the wider network of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales. Entry is kept free by a grant from the Welsh Government; however, they do ask for donations throughout the museum

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Principality Stadium

One of the most iconic stadiums in the world the Principality Stadium is the home of the Wales national rugby union team and has also staged games of the Wales national football team. Initially built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it has gone on to host many other large-scale events.

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Visit Cardiff

Cardiff, Wales’ Capital city, has a range of unique attractions, top class entertainment, quality shopping with a difference and all within walking distance. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings.


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Visit Mermaid Quay

Mermaid Quay is set in a stunning waterfront location in the heart of Cardiff Bay, less than a kilometre from the city centre.

With a wide selection of places to eat, drink and quirky gift shops to visit there will be something to accommodate all.

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