Ty Rosa B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Cardiff, Glamorgan

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

118 Clive Street
CF11 7JE

Ty Rosa B&B, Cardiff

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Ty Rosa B&B offers you the personal attention that you often miss, along with levels of accommodation you would expect from a 5-star hotel Ty Rosa Bed & Breakfast oozes style and quality and your every whim is catered for. ?Stylish Guest Rooms ¯ ?Cook to Order Gourmet Breakfast ¯ ?Optional Evening Dining ¯ ?Free Wi-Fi Internet ?Free Car Parking

Ty Rosa Bed & Breakfast oozes style and quality and your every whim is catered for. From the moment you step over the threshold a warm Welsh welcome awaits whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) or straight, as we are even hetero-friendly. ?Stylish Guest Rooms ¯ ?Cook to Order Gourmet Breakfast ¯ ?Optional Evening Dining ¯ ?Free Wi-Fi Internet ?Free Car Parking ¯ We offer an oasis of calm and relaxation, an escape from the hustle and bustle of the exhilarating city, yet we are only a stone?s throw away from the city centre and Cardiff\'s gay scene.

For sports fans, the Millennium Stadium, the home of Welsh Rugby is on the doorstep. You may just happen to stumble across The Doctor on one of the city streets transformed into some alien world for the filming of Doctor Who. Nothing is too much trouble! Should you have any additional requirements to your accommodation, your hosts Paul & Stuart (Miss Judy by the time you leave us) are never far away and always ready to help.

We are used to catering for people with food intolerances such as Coeliac sufferers. Testimony of our past guests speaks for itself. A La Carte Breakfast Menu The hardest decision you will make at Ty Rosa will be what to order for breakfast from our gourmet breakfast menu.

There is an extensive buffet of cold items including cereals and fresh fruit as well as a freshly cooked to order a la carte selection. You will be hard pushed to find a better breakfast in a 5-star hotel. Evening Dining Your evening could be spent in some of Wales\' finest restaurants located in the city or in the vibrant Bay area, followed by partying the night away in any of the lively bars and clubs of the Cardiff gay scene.

Of course there is nothing to stop you from having a night in and order a scrumptious evening meal. For your convenience there is ample, free car parking as well as the bus stop on the street directly outside. Free Wi-Fi Internet connection and sheltered smoking.

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National Museum of Wales - 1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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Cardiff Roman Fort - 1.2 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Penarth, St Augustine Church - 1.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Turner House Gallery - 2.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Dinas Powys Castle - 2.4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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Caerau Castle Ringwork - 2.5 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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