South Wales

Cardiff – Image credits to Visit Britain/Ben Selway (used with permission)

South Wales is the most densely populated region in the southwest of the United Kingdom.  Almost three quarters of Wales’ population live in this region.

The capital city of Wales, Cardiff nicknamed the “City of Arcades” has the highest concentration of Victorian, Edwardian and ultramodern indoor shopping centres than any other city in the country. Attractions not to miss include, Cardiff Castle, St Fagans National History Museum and the Welsh science and discovery centre, Techniquest. The Principality Stadium, home to Welsh Rugby Union, also hosts other sports and music events throughout the year. The city boasts Europe’s largest waterfront development at Cardiff Bay offering attractions that include the Wales Millennium Centre, restaurants and bars.

The Wye Valley and Vale of Usk is steeped in history where the Romans and Normans have left their mark. Places of interest include the Roman Fort in Caerleon, Tintern Abbey and Raglan Castle. “The Valleys” is a group of industrialised valleys in South Wales. The region, famous for Ironmaking and Coal mining has many attractions that include, the Big Pit: National Coal Museum, Brecon Mountain Railway, Blaenavon World Heritage Centre and Caerphilly Castle. The region is also popular for outdoor activities including walking, cycling, mountain biking and kayaking.

Where to Stay

Listed below are a selection of properties to meet all budgets and covering a wide area of South Wales. All have rooms to fit a family of 5 plus, and are conveniently located near tourist attractions and amenities of the region.

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Oakfield B&B

  • Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of the Blaenavon World Heritage Site
  • Family Room sleeps up to 5

Oakfield B&B is situated in the heart of the Blaenavon World Heritage Site, providing ideal accommodation for those looking to explore South Wales and further afield. There are many attractions nearby including, Big Pit National Mining Museum, Blaenavon Ironworks, World Heritage Centre, Brecon Beacons National Park, Caerleon Roman remains and amphitheatre and many castles to in the region.

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Rethink Serviced Apartments

  • Serviced Apartments located in Cardiff
  • One and Two Bedroom Apartments – Sleeps 4-8 guests 

Rethink Service Apartments are a collection of stylish serviced apartments around the UK. The apartments in Cardiff are situated just a short distance away from the city’s unique entertainment, cultural and shopping attractions. They are located just a 10 minute taxi ride to Cardiff Central railway station or to the Cardiff Principality Stadium (or 30 minute walk).

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The Granary

  • Bed and Breakfast with self-catering facilities near Caerleon
  • ‘The Loft’ sleeps up to 5

The Granary is in a very peaceful rural location, situated on a working dairy farm. It is only a five minute drive from Junction 25 of the M4 at Newport and 25 minutes from Cardiff city centre. Guests can enjoy beautiful views across the Usk Valley of the Celtic Manor Ryder Cup Golf Course and the Roman village of Caerleon, which is only one and a half miles away. The Wheatsheaf Inn is a short walk away, which serves traditional country lunches and real ales.

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