Park Inn Cardiff North

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Circle Way East, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, Southern Wales, CF23 9XF, United Kingdom
Park Inn by Radisson Cardiff North
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Cardiff's Central Parks

by percy961

"Bute Park"

The beautiful Bute Park provides Cardiff with greenery in the very centre of the city. Straddling the River Taff, it offers a combination of arboretum, flower gardens, recreation grounds and even some standing stones

The wide pathways accommodate both joggers and bikers, and the soccer fields are ideal for competitive and friendly matches. An established arboretum, a Stonehenge-like circle of stones, and the wide and expansive vistas make this park a haven for people exercising, studying, or relaxing.


Walking North through Bute park you come to Blackwier, here you can cross the River Taff by means of a foot bridge.

"River Taff"

The Atlantic salmon is widespread in the British Isles. Recent improvements in water quality have allowed Atlantic salmon to return to the River Taff from which they have been absent for most of the last century. In 1997, 63,000 salmon smolts were stocked into the River Taff.

"Llandaff Fields"

Walk through Blackweir and you come upon another of Cardif's Parks called Llandaff fields.
The park is used for a number of amatuer sporting activities such as football, cricket and rugby.
There is also a Bowls club and 2 Children's play areas.

"Pontcanna Fields"

Between Llandaff fields and Sophia Gardens is Pontcanna fields home of Cardiff Caravan Park,Cardiff Riding School and local allotments.

"Sophia Gardens"

Home of Glamorgan CC, The Welsh cricket county.

Sophia gardens is also home to the Welsh Institute of Sport, Cardiff Hockey club


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Forum Posts

Which tour company

by kalyanikol

Hello, thnking of taking a 6-7 day tour of Wales in end July- August persiod. We are 4 of us. Looking for an economical but good tour. I came across and Anyone had any experiance with these? Any other suggestions?

Re: Which tour company

by mendip6

If you go to you will find a list of tour operators that are approved by Visit Wales.

Re: Which tour company

by Bella36

I don't know where you are coming from, but as Wales is such a small (but beautiful!) country you could easily tour it yourself in a week. If there are 4 of you it would be economical to hire a car (should be about £200 a week) We have good road, rail and coach/bus services to most areas of the country, with easy access from London airports via the M4 motorway. You can stay in Bed and Breakfast accomodation or treat yourself to a night or two at the 5 star St Davids Hotel in Cardiff Bay (I recommend the Spa!)
Some "must see" places are:-

A young and vibrant capital city. Great shopping(Victorian arcades),
ancient Castle in the centre of city with riverside/park, Cardiff Bay (Barrage, Water Taxi's/Boat Trips, upmarket clubs, restaurants, concerts, Dr Who/ Torchwood locations, Techniquest, Harry Ramsden's Fish and Chips etc), The Millenium Stadium, Roath Park, St Fagans Museum of Welsh Life (open air and fascinating).The Pubs - Brains S A beer - Warning called Skull Attack by the Locals!

The Gower Peninsula (near Swansea)
Beautiful Beaches, pretty little villages.

The Pembrokeshire National Park
The only coastal National Park in the UK. Can walk for miles around the rugged coastline, stopping for a swim in a deserted cove or a pub lunch. Tenby and Saundersfoot are characterful towns with lots of places to stay and tourist amenities.

The Brecon Beacons
Wild and beautiful hill walking. Warning!! follow the paths and the advice. Many people get lost here each year and have to be rescued - but it is a glorious place to lose yourself in!!

North Wales
Magnificent Snowdon - our tallest mountain, with a narrow guage railway to take you to the top.

Anglesey - island off the North Wales coast where mainly Welsh is spoken.
Beaumaris/Caernarfon Castles - Norman Castles built by the English in the 11th/12th centuries to keep the troublesome Welsh in order!

There are many other stunningly beautiful places in Wales. Google Visit Wales for more ideas and, as you will see on all the signposts when you cross the border from England, "Croeso i Gymru" (Welcome to Wales)

Travel Tips for Cardiff

Map of Cardiff


Don't forget to get a free map or some brochures about Cardiff at the Tourist Information Centre. British Tourist Information Centres are usually well equipped with useful brochures and free leaflets.

The Main Tourist Information Centre is located at The Old Library on The Hayes, just in the heart of the city centre. Another one is located in Cardiff Bay in "The Tube" building at Harbour Drive.

Bute Park

by tvor

Ok, it's not really off the beaten track. Bute Park used to be part of the Castle grounds and extends north along the River Taff. It's a large natural park with an arboretum, sports fields and places to play, have picnics or just enjoy a little peace away from the traffic and bustle of city life.

Dyffryn Gardens

by percy961

Dyffryn is not just one garden but a series of gardens consisting of a number of outdoor rooms. Each room is enclosed within clipped yew hedges and has its own distinct character. The gardens rooms are set among broad sweeping lawns, a croquet lawn with an arboretum and wild garden.
The gardens are currently being restored to the picture that Thomas Mawson, landscape architect designed for John Cory in 1906.


by diocletianvs about Waterstones

I do usually try to find a good bookshop wherever I travel. At the tourist information centre they recommended the Waterstones bookshop which was just across the street. Although the bookshop is quite large (and apparently belongs to a big UK chain) I was a bit disappointed by their "Local interest" section.

If we ignore numerous books about rugby teams and players, there weren't even the usual touristy picture-books available. Still, I managed to find two books for me - a brief overview of Welsh architecture and a good book about Cardiff's urban regeneration in the past three decades.


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Address: Circle Way East, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, Southern Wales, CF23 9XF, United Kingdom