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A Space in the City @ Quayside, Cardiff, South Wales

A Space in the City @ Quayside
South Wales

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Think the understated chic lifestyle of Mermaid Quay. Think heart of Cardiff Bay. This is a place where you can watch the sun going down at your restaurant table overlooking the bay, where a cosmopolitan choice of cuisine, cafes and wine bars is on the menu.
Catch some live jazz with a drink after work – at Quayside you just happen to have the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff's iconic landmark with its lunchtime and evening concerts, as well as performances from classical music to modern dance, on your doorstep. Even catching a cab into town takes on a new meaning because at Quayside you could go by road, or take a water taxi into town!
At Quayside you’ll find everything from galleries promoting the best of Welsh and international contemporary art to traditional pubs in nearby Mount Stuart Square, and, of course, city centre shopping all in easy reach. There’s a science discovery centre, Techniquest, not to mention 8 miles of waterfront, and a freshwater lake to explore – while boats run to and from Mermaid Quay, the City and Cardiff Bay’s Barrage at Penarth.

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