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Lincoln House Hotel
Lincoln House Hotel
118-120 Cathedral Road

Cardiff
South Wales

CF11 9LQ | View map

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The Lincoln House Hotel is a 3 star rated Hotel in the heart of Cardiff. It has the charm of a country house combined with a central city centre location. Ideally situated within walking distance of the Millennium Stadium; Cardiff Castle and Cardiff City Centre. Cardiff is situated in the heart of South Wales. It is an ancient city with roots going back to pre-Roman times. The city is also ideally situated to explore The Vale of Glamorgan; The Valleys; Gower Peninsula; The Brecon Beacons; Monmouthshire; Ross on Wye etc. All of which are no more than an hour away by car. The city has an excellent nightlife and a wealth of restaurants and Shops. There are numerous places of cultural interest with various museums & art galleries to visit. Caerphilly Castle is one of the biggest castles in Europe and is just a short journey away. The hotel is a family run hotel and a warm friendly welcome is guaranteed. the hotel itself is a grand Victorian building built in 1900 and it retains much of its orignal charm and character. The hotel has its own licensed lounge bar for guest's relaxation. Free Private Car Parking Available

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