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The Beverley Hotel
Cathedral Road
South Wales

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The Beverley Hotel is situated only a short walk along the Taf trail from Cardiff City centre convenient for St Davids shopping Centre. For those that prefer not to walk there is a bus stop outside and constant taxis are regularly available generally costing less than £5 to get to the centre. We are in a great location for concert venues such as the CIA & St Davids Hall and sporting venues such as the Millenium Stadium, Sophia gardens,the SWALEC stadium and Cardiff City Football Stadium. The City Centre is also home to Cardiff Museum, Cardiff Castle and all the facilities you'd expect from a bustling Capital City
We are also close to Cardiff Bay, where there are a number of restaraunts, bars and the Millenium Centre. The bay caters for people of all ages whether you like dining, drinking or just enjoy a lovely stroll along the new and improved waterfront. An alternative mode of transport is the waterbus service running from Cathedral road to the Bay also taking trips to the Cardiff barrage via Penarth.
All bedrooms are en-suite with tea & coffee making facilities. Each room is fully furnished , also containing a dressing table, mirror, hanging space and drawer space. Every room also has a flat screen tv with freeview and wifi is available. There is a free car park available for hotel guests and patrons of The Beverley Hotel, however there is plenty of street parking in the locality should this be full on your arrival.

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