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Saco House, Cardiff, South Wales

Saco House
Cathedral Road
Cardiff
South Wales

CF11 9LN | View map

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This stunning restoration of magnificent Victorian town houses provides one and two bedroom apartments overlooking Sophia Gardens and Glamorgan County Cricket Ground. The apartments have been interior designed in a contemporary style featuring a large living/dining area (some with sofa beds), fully equipped kitchen, master bedroom with king size beds and separate bathroom. Two bedroom apartments also have king size beds and additional en-suite shower rooms. Reception is by arrangement. * SACO Cardiff has been awarded a 5 star grading by the Welsh Tourist Board* Free and secure off-street parking is available. Saco operates a no smoking policy within this building.

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Nearest Train Station: Cardiff
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Ratings/Awards: WTB 5 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Nearest Airport: Cardiff
Unit Type: Apartments
Nearest Major Town: Cardiff
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