Village Urban Resort Cardiff

Address: 29 Pendwyallt Road, Cardiff, Southern Wales, Wales, CF14 7EF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Whitchurch - Tongwynlais area of Cardiff, is near The National History Museum, St. Fagan's, Castell Coch, Roath Park, and St. Fagans Walk.
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      Travel Blogs from Cardiff

      Day 1, part 1. Bridgend to Heathrow

      A travel blog entry by the-wanderer on Mar 01, 2015

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... Lee is my ex husband and I know what he is like, I just thought today may have been different. I hate lateness, it's right up there with the rudest things someone can do, it's 95% avoidable and those that argue differently are the ones who are always late. "No matter" I thought "plenty of time" and off we went. I had totally forgotten Lee drives like a stoned snail and after being overtaken by several milk floats and prams, I insisted he put his bloody foot down or ...

      Travel Day

      A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Feb 26, 2015

      ... to make the homes look "royal" It was a LONG day of walking and I'm sure it only gets worst. But the thing is - I love it! This is all iv ever wanted - to see the world. There's a reasons humans are compelled to do everything to stay alive. There is a reason people are happy, a reason people can love. - I'm lost, maybe the answer is simple, maybe it's within myself. But my mission is to find true happiness, through something or through myself. How ...

      Castles in Cardiff

      A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Feb 07, 2015

      4 photos

      ... get lost and lose track of time entirely. Luckily we did get time to see the Natural History section, which was also very well designed. The educational programming was mixed very well with the entertainment factor. I really enjoyed the giant mammoth skeleton. The most astounding part of the museum, was that it was free. It would easily be worth paying an entrance fee, but instead it is all by donation. Be warned, if you like art ...

      Fishguard to Cardiff

      A travel blog entry by joeandsally on Aug 26, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... into our hotel which is in the dead centre of the town, railway station across the road and lots of shopping! Couldn't get more central if we tried!

      Returned the rental car, and walked back to to the hotel, booked our tickets on the train to London tomorrow.

      Went late night shopping and ended up in an amazing toy store and then a Lego store. NZ doesn't have anything like it! If only I had another suitcase!!
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      Mines and Mountains Tour

      A travel blog entry by goatgoingsolo on Nov 12, 2013

      ... end up going blind from living in near darkness after a year or two. And the coal miners, their life expectancy was 45 years. Women and children from the age of 10 worked in the mines too.

      We then travelled through Brecon National Park, where 90% of the land is owned by sheep and cattle farmers, who have lived there for generations. We nearly ran over one of the sheep on the road, and we saw wild ponies too!

      Brecon town was ...