Jolyon's Boutique Hotel

Bute Crescent, Cardiff, Southern Wales, CF10 5AN, United Kingdom
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From London to Cardiff

by LauraGL

Hello,
I would like to ask what is the best and cheapest way to travel from London to Cardiff? We need to be there at 16pm 12 of March, and in the same day we are planing to be back to London. So it will be great if somebody will give advise how to go (because this is the first our visit to UK) and what is possible to see in a few hours there.
Thank you!

RE: RE: From London to Cardiff

by remigia

hi
The cheapest way to get there is by bus. if you book e-tickets on Megabus in advance it would cost you about 5 pounds. There also are cheap e-tickets on National Express. Their price may vary due to ordering time.Acctually, National Express has better timetable if you want to do everything in just one day.
If you have just few hours stick to the town center, just walk arround and visit Cardiff Castle. If you are arriving rather early, then you can also visit Castell Coch or st. Fagan's museum which are at the outskirts of town
Enjoy your time in Cardiff!
Remi:)

RE: From London to Cardiff

by remigia

hi
The cheapest way to get there is by bus. if you book e-tickets on Megabus in advance it would cost you about 5 pounds. There also are cheap e-tickets on National Express. Their price may vary due to ordering time.Acctually, National Express has better timetable if you want to do everything in just one day.
If you have just few hours stick to the town center, just walk arround and visit Cardiff Castle. If you are arriving rather early, then you can also visit Castell Coch or st. Fagan's museum which are at the outskirts of town
Enjoy your time in Cardiff!
Remi:)

RE: RE: From London to Cardiff

by remigia

hi
The cheapest way to get there is by bus. if you book e-tickets on Megabus in advance it would cost you about 5 pounds. There also are cheap e-tickets on National Express. Their price may vary due to ordering time.Acctually, National Express has better timetable if you want to do everything in just one day.
If you have just few hours stick to the town center, just walk arround and visit Cardiff Castle. If you are arriving rather early, then you can also visit Castell Coch or st. Fagan's museum which are at the outskirts of town
Enjoy your time in Cardiff!
Remi:)

RE: RE: From London to Cardiff

by leics

Coach takes around 4 hours. www.nationalexpress.com or www.megabus.com The former has some cspecial offer cheap fares at the moment for that route, but you must book online fairly quickly as they are limited.

Train takes around 2 hours. Saver return is 54GBP. www.nationarail.co.uk (site very slow at the moment) or www.thetrainline.com for times and fares.

Travel Tips for Cardiff

get absolutely ratted and stay...

by blonde_girli

get absolutely ratted and stay in st mary street as that's the only place where the clubs and bars are ne good
how ever zeus is a short while from there.only a £3 taxi fare(it's easier than explaing how to get there) r n b nite in liquid you,just cant go wrong!

Museum of Welsh Life Amgueddfa Werin Cymru

by Carmela71

An open air museum showing historically a little of the history and culture of Wales through their tipical houses.

On my first time I went for a picnic and I loved. I founded many things in common with the country side area of Spain where my family comes from.
Harbour Drive, Cardiff Bay, CF10 5PA +44 (0)29 20 454 899
Visit my St Fagans page for more information http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/1cd25/4abb5/

Cardiff's second fairytale Castle - Castell Coch

by aaaarrgh

"Money is only a secondary concern in the production of first rate works"
(William Burges, architect and designer)

Maybe if you are sharp-eyed and arrive to Cardiff by motorway, you will see a small castle on the hillside north of Cardiff. This is the fairytale Castell Coch (Red Castle). It was designed by architect William Burges, for the incredibly rich and eccentric Third Marquis of Bute.

The castle can be found above the small village of Tongwynlais, a mile north of the M4 motorway, on the very edge of Cardiff County.

This wonderful castle is built on the foundations of a real medieval fort which had been abandoned in the 1300's. Burges recreated it from his imagination and filled it with colourful wall paintings and furnishings.

In one of the towers is lots of information about Burges, the Marquis of Bute and the castle.

At the bottom of another tower is The Bakestone Welsh cafe, serving good value, wholesome, freshly cooked meals.

Open 7 days a week. Admission (2006) 3GBP adults, 2.50 GBP concessions, 8.50 GBP Family Ticket.

Norwegian Cardiff

by aaaarrgh

This is a mixture of 'Off the Beaten Path' tip, 'Local Customs' and 'Restaurants'.

One of Cardiff's most famous sons was the children's author, Roald Dahl. He was born in 1916 in the suburb of Llandaff and christened in Cardiff's Norwegian Church. Roald's father was a wealthy Norwegian businessman who operated a shipping company from Cardiff Docks. There was a large, thriving Norwegian community here.

When the docklands were redeveloped in the 1990's, the dilapidated Norwegian Church was one of the first things to be relocated and restored. It opened in 1992 as a cafe and arts centre. Today you will find it at the far end of the paved walkway around Cardiff Bay, near the Helswick Lightship and the new Waterguard Pub. It is an excellent place to stop for a coffee, soup, hot meal or cake. The cafe now has Norwegian specialities on its menu for around 6 GBP ~ various authentic herring and cheese dishes.

In addition to that, the church holds art and photography exhibitions in the upstairs gallery and, in the actual body of the church, holds regular live music events.

Rather ironically there is a memorial to Captain Robert Scott next to the church. Scott died in the Antartic in 1912 after being (just) beaten to the South Pole by Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen!!

Adress: Harbour Drive, Cardiff Bay. Near Cardiff Bay bus stop for buses 8 and 35. Cafe and gallery generally open 7 days a week, 10am to c.4pm

Cardiff Market

by barryg23 about Various

Cardiff's indoor market is a bustling, busy shopping area. The sellers here are very friendly and always ask me what team I'm supporting. As it's usually an Irish team, they rarely wish me luck, but are always friendly.

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Address: Bute Crescent, Cardiff, Southern Wales, CF10 5AN, United Kingdom