The Laurels

Bed and Breakfast in Cardiff, Glamorgan

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No 1, The Laurels, Cardiff Rd

The Laurels, Cardiff

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The Laurels is a traditional cottage style bed and breakfast set in the heart of St Fagans. A family run guest house offering comfortable, flexible accommodation for both business visitors and tourists. Graded 4 Star under the Visit Wales grading scheme.

The B&B is Wales Tourist Board 4 star graded and offers family, double/twin and ensuite rooms. All rooms have TV and tea making facilities. A downstairs room is available for those with walking difficulties and all access points are well lit.

Off road parking is available and additional parking in the village car park. The local pub, the Plymouth Arms serves family meals. Cardiff is a bilingual city of English and Welsh and has Europe’s largest waterfront development, stylish shopping arcades and attractions for all the family restaurants to cater for all tastes.

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 4 star rating

From: £80.00

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National Museum of Wales - 3.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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