Preste Gaarden Cardiff Preste Gaarden, 181 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9PN

"The Preste Gaarden was formerly a Norwegian Consulate and Mission for Seamen. The Preste Gaarden means The Vicarage."

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Preste Gaarden

181 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF11 9PN

Telephone: 029 2022 8607
Fax: 0871 714 3025

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The Preste gaarden was formerly a Norwegian consulate and mission for seamen. The name Preste gaarden means "Vicarage". The resident priest also acted as Norwegian consul for Cardiff.

This Town house in Cardiff has long been established as one of the foremost for Bed and Breakfast, and is situated near the heart of Cardiff City and is convenient for all the major attractions. Parking is unrestricted in front and we have private parking at the rear.

All rooms have been refurbished and include colour TV and tea, coffee, and biscuits. Most are en-suite and all have private facilities. We have free WiFi throughout.

The Preste gaarden offers you a warm welcome, a personal and friendly service, and excellent value for money.

Single Room(With separate private bathroom)£35.00
Twin Room(With separate private bathroom)£49.00
Single room en suite £39.00
Double/Twin room en suite £59.00
Family room en suite (three persons) £75.00
Premium rates apply for Special events. 

Self Catering Apartment

Superior 4 star self catering apartment situated on the fourth floor of a Mansion block in the centre of Cardiff , UK, and has a lift service to all floors.

A superb refurbishment has been completed and accommodation comprises large lounge/diner and open plan kitchen.

Fully tiled bathroom with shower, two bedrooms (one double and one twin) and dressing room with balcony off, overlooking Cardiff Rugby ground.

An ideal location to explore Cardiff and Wales, UK.

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Places of Interest

Cardiff Castle
Cardiff Castle is the most precious of all the jewels in the crown of the capital city. Sitting at its very heart, the Castle is its most famous landmark and focus for local pride.

Established almost 2,000 years ago as a fortress by the Romans, the site on the banks of the River Taff was chosen because of its defensive qualities at the gateway of the Welsh Valleys.
Then came the Normans in the 11th and 12th centuries, who developed the dramatic and imposing keep.

The interior of the main house is an embodiment of the 3rd Marquess of Bute. Together with architect William Burges they created a series of neo-gothic and fairytale towers, influenced by the medieval castles of Europe.

National Museum of Wales
Situated in the heart of Cardiff's Civic Centre, the National Museum & Gallery of Wales is an ideal place to spend a day when visiting the capital.It is unique among British museums and galleries in its range of art and science displays.

Visit the Evolution Of Wales exhibition, a fabulous journey through time and space following Wales across the planet from its origins millions of years ago. See evidence of life and death in Wales, including items ranging from mammoth teeth and shipwrecks, to celtic coins and cannon balls.

The National Gallery of Wales houses a wonderful collection of fine and applied art.A spectacular collection of French Impressionist works including Renoir, Monet and Cezanne.

Paintings by the Old Masters such as Claude Lorraine and Nicolas Poussin.The best of Welsh art including Richard Wilson, Augustus John, Gwen John and Ceri Richards.Excellent sculpture including works by Auguste Rodin, Jacob Epstein and Henry Moore.

Edwardian Shopping Arcades
For a very different shopping experience a visit to Cardiff's famous arcades is a must. Closely situated off the main high street they are home to a number of independent shops, cafes and establishments. Built in the Edwardian era they are clustered around the high street just off of the main shopping area They vary in design from the intricate to the uncomplicated, and their Edwardian style alone makes them well worth a visit.

Centre for Visual Arts, Cardiff
The new Centre for Visual Arts is the largest venue in Wales for major international and national exhibitions of new and historical art.It offers a diverse series of temporary exhibitions accompanied by publications and special events.

The programme has a special focus on the cultural traditions of Wales, both historical and in it's flourishing contemporary activities.

Other Places of Interest
Roath Park Lake
Millennium Stadium
Cardiff Bay
Millennium Centre
Castle Keep
Cardiff Civic Centre

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