Here are some suggestions of the best traditional bed and breakfast in Cardiff. So, if you’re looking for a great traditional, high-quality, good value B+B in Cardiff, here are some of the best.
B+B in Cathederal Road, Cardiff
Cathederal Road, the tree-lined avenue that stretches from the city centre to Pontcanna is a good place to stay if you want a quality B+B or hotel in Cardiff.
Church Guest House on Cathederal Rd is popular with visitors to Cardiff seeking an authentic B&B. Their website says: “Situated at 109 Cathedral Road Cardiff, it is managed and run by Andrew and situated in the heart of the Victorian district of Pontcanna on Cathedral Road, within minutes walk of the Millenium Stadium. The refurbished guest house offers a quiet, relaxing atmosphere for its guests to stay in.”
Another popular B+B in Cardiff, also on Cathederal Rd at number 101, is Courtfield Hotel. This is a typical, traditional Cardiff B+B. Set up as an independent Victorian town-house bed & breakfast hotel, set in a tree-lined conservation area, within minutes’ walk of Cardiff Castle and the city centre. This is good choice of B & B in Cardiff if you’re looking to stay overnight after a concert, or sporting event at the Millennium Stadium, SWALEC Stadium or Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay.
B+B in Newport Road, Cardiff
If you want to be on the other side of the river Taff, there are a few budget guest houses and B+B in Cardiff in Newport Rd.
Hotel One Hundred is located at 100 Newport Rd on the east of the city. It’s affordable, with rooms starting at £50 per night for bed and breakfast. There are seven bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. There are triple family rooms, double and twin rooms.
B+B in the countryside just outside Cardiff
Outside the city, you’ll find really nice B&Bs.
Gelynis Farm House Bed and Breakfast in Radyr is a pick-your-own fruit farm with countryside home comfort. Room Rates in August 2017: Single from £50; King/Superking/Twin from £80. There are 6 rooms, all of which have an en-suite bathroom or shower room, TV and tea & coffee making facilities.
Breakfast of fresh fruit, juice, yoghurt and cereals. Full Welsh or Continental breakfast is served until 10 am in the dining room.
The Old Post House is close to the Welsh Folk Museum in the
picturesque village of St Fagans. It’s a Grade II listed building, which used to be the village’s Post Office and Police Station. There are six bedrooms, all on the ground floor.