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Boutique and Gay B&B
118 Clive Street
Cardiff
South Wales

CF11 7JE | View map

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Everyone is welcome to stay here in this relaxed atmosphere (no descrimination). TY Rosa (Welsh for Pink House) a gay run establishment & is just a few minutes walk or bus ride (stop just outside) to city centre. We have only four stylishly decorated guest rooms, cosy and comfortable lounge area, free wi-fi internet access, Free use of table and chairs. A great place for a break or for the business traveller..From the moment you step over the threshold a warm welcome awaits. Ty Rosa simply oozes style and quality to a hotel standard and your every whim is catered for. Should you have any additional requirements, your hosts Paul & Stuart are never far away and always ready to help.Nothing is too much trouble!You are the guest of honour and during your stay simply nothing is too much trouble!During your stay take time to meander through the Victorian arcades filled with shops and boutiques, explore the main shopping area of Queen Street or visit Cardiff Bay, where much of Torchwood was filmed. For sports fans the Millennium Stadium is on our doorstep, as is Cardiff International Sports Village and the soon to be built white rafting slalom course. You never know what you might find in Cardiff! You could just happen to stumble across The Doctor on one of the city streets transformed into some alien world for the filming of another episode of Doctor Who.Your evening could be spent in some of Wales's finest restaurants located in the city or in the vibrant bay area, followed by partying the night away in any of the lively bars and clubs of the gay scene. Of course there is nothing to stop you from having a night in. Why not order a scrumptious evening meal and spend the rest of the night in.Ty Taxi - We offer personal transport between Cardiff Airport and Ty Rosa for £15 each way, saving £10-15 over regular taxi services. We can also collect you on arrival from the Railway Station at no charge and during your stay will be happy to drop you in the city for just £1 per person.The hardest decision you will make at Ty Rosa will be what to order for breakfast from our extensive menu. So why not book now?

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