Church Guest House

109 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9PH, United Kingdom
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guest houses in penarth

by muttybutty

hi my mother is going into hospital at landock please could you give us a list of guest houses or hotels near the hospital. many thanks muttybutty

Re: guest houses in penarth

by leics

Llandough hospital is on Penlan Road. Map link on this page: http://specialistinfo.com/thget.php?t=t_chst&r=CARVH6

Possible accommodation (use the map link to find out how far they are from the hospital):

http://www.alandaleguesthouse.co.uk/
http://www.hickmanlodge.co.uk/
http://www.rockhouse-penarth.co.uk/
http://www.4hotels.co.uk/uk/hotels/glendalehotel.html

Re: guest houses in penarth

by dave.richards

If you want to stay in Cardiff city you will find many hotels and guest houses. There is a frequent bus service direct to Llandough hospital from Cardiff so transport will be no problem.
Llandough is pronounced Llandock with the 'dough' pronounced 'dock', not 'doe'.
You will find the hospital to be an imposing Victorian style building which is in need of some refurbishment. Don't be put off by this as the quality of medical care is as good as at any other hospital. I have had many visits there over the last few years to see several different consultants and ALL the staff were first rate.

Travel Tips for Cardiff

An atmosphere like no other

by siggyincardiff

The absolute best time to visit Cardiff is during a period of international Rugby, whether it's a World Cup, a Six Nations tournament or simply an international friendly. Other nations think they're passionate about sport, but the passion in Wales for rugby is a unique and moving thing. Even if you know nothing about Rugby I recommend getting tickets for a match if you can. The atmosphere, the singing, the joy and the pain, all in the amazing Millennium Stadium, add up to a once-in-a-lifetime experience for visitors. If you can't get tickets, the next best thing is the Queen's Vaults pub on Westgate Street, always packed on International days. I might see you there!

Cardiff VT Meet - Thursday March 12th 2004

by M0B1US

On a cold dark and windswept evening, six intrepid VTers got together for drinks, food, great conversation - and a chance to meet Carmela71 and Beach_dog who were visiting friends and family from Marbella...

Present were:

Myself
siggyincardiff
Carmela71
Beach_dog
Lamb_chop
CarolynShort and her friend

We all had a great time as if old friends had just got together over a few drinks, and we had a great time going through the Copa Bar's excellent European Beer menu...

Thanks to everyone for turning up for a great evening!

If anyone is thinking of coming to Cardiff, look us up and I'm sure we can arrange another Cardiff VT meet!

Follow the Taff Trail Past Castell Coch

by IawnIawn

The Taff Trail, which begins in Cardiff and ends in Brecon, passes through the village of Tongwynglais a short distance out of Cardiff. Here the trail spilts, bikers and hikers can choose the low level route, or the more scenic high level route past Castell Coch - but for the best views, you need to wander off the path a little further.

After passing through Forest Fawr follow several smaller paths branch of the taff trail, and take you up through the bracken covered hill sides. Soon, however, they open out and join the Southern Ridgeway trail, climb this and you'll be rewarded with some fantastic views. Look south and you'll be able to see Cardiff city centre, the spires of the Millennium Stadium, and Cardiff Bay. On a clear day you'll be able to see out across the Bristol channel and see the English coastline.

Tintern Abbey

by percy961

The abbey is nestled snugly on the banks of the Wye, below the wooded hills made famous by poet William Wordsworth. Originally built by the Cistercians in 1131, Tintern is the most complete of the ruined abbeys of Wales. Much of it was rebuilt between the 13th and 15th centuries at which time it was the largest and wealthiest monastic foundation in the principality.

Caerphilly Castle

by percy961

Caerphilly castle is one of the most impressive examples of medieval castle building in Great Britain. Construction of the castle commenced in 1272 under the orders of Marcher Lord, Baron Gilbert de Clare. De Clare built the castle to prevent his powerful rival Llewelyn ap Gruffyd from invading the area.

Famous for its ‘leaning tower’. Impressive great hall, now used for various functions. Two site exhibitions, audio-visual display and replica medieval siege weapons. Audio tour.

Caerphilly Castle, in Caerphilly approx 7 miles north of Cardiff

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Address: 109 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9PH, United Kingdom