The Animal Wall is a sculptured wall depicting 15 animals in the Castle Quarter of the city centre of Cardiff; Wales. It is a Grade I listed structure
Bute Park is the principal park of the city of Cardiff; capital of Wales. It is 130 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland that once formed the grounds of Cardiff Castle.
Caernarfon Castle is a medieval fortress in Caernarfon; Gwynedd; north-west Wales cared for by Cadw; the Welsh Government's historic environment service
Cardiff Central Library; is the main library in the city centre of Cardiff; Wales. Four buildings have been named as such; with the newest building opening on 14 March 2009 and officially being opened
The Cardiff City Stadium is a football stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff; Wales. It is the home of Cardiff City Football Club. The stadium replaced Ninian Park as Cardiff City's home ground in 2009
Cardiff International White Water is an Olympic standard white water rafting centre based at the Cardiff International Sports Village in Cardiff Bay.
Castell Coch is a 19th-century Gothic Revival castle built on the remains of a genuine 13th-century fortification.
Cathays Park or Cardiff Civic Centre is a civic centre area in the city centre of Cardiff; the capital city of Wales; consisting of a number of early 20th century buildings and a central park area; Alexandra Gardens.
Chapter Arts Centre is an arts centre in Canton; Cardiff; Wales. It hosts films; plays; performance art and live music; and includes a free art gallery; caf
City Hall is a civic building in Cathays Park; Cardiff; Wales; serving as Cardiff's centre of local government since it opened in October 1906. Built of Portland stone; it is an important early example of the Edwardian Baroque style
The Coal Exchange was a live music venue in Cardiff; Wales; originally used a market floor for trading in coal
Coleg Glan Hafren was a Further Education college based in Cardiff which merged with Barry College in September 2011 to form the new Cardiff and Vale College
Cosmeston Lakes Country Park is a public country park in Britain; owned and managed by Vale of Glamorgan Council. It is situated between Penarth and Sully; Vale of Glamorgan; 7.3 miles from Cardiff
a kitchen that is a shop. Creating meals that are simple; wholesome and darn right tasty.
Fairyhill is a contemporary; country restaurant with rooms set in 24 acres of the beautiful Gower peninsular; Relaxed atmosphere; separate bar and lounge
cuisines: American; Italian; selection of the delicious dishes; including some of our best loved classics
Garth Hill is a hill located near the village of Pentyrch in Cardiff. It is thought to be the inspiration for "Ffynnon Garw"; the fictional mountain featured in the book; and later; film; The Englishman
produce good quality; wholesome; tasty meals at affordable prices; where you can dine in a relaxed; comfortable atmosphere
Campanile offers comfortable rooms with high-end bedding and free Wi-Fi access
Ibis Cardiff is a budget hotel; located in Cardiff city centre; the 102 modern guest rooms all have air cooling system; satellite TV and free WiFi throughout.
Situated in the heart of Pontardawe; The Indian Cottage offers mouth-watering Indian cuisine
The Istanbul Restaurant is renowned throughout the area for its divine style and presentation of traditional Turkish cuisine
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Located at 66 wind Street in Swansea La Dolce vita under new management is the newest and classiest Italian restaurant in the Gower City; extensive wine list and wide range of authentic; Italian cuisine
Llandaff Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Llandaff; head of the Church in Wales Diocese of Llandaff. It is situated in the district of Llandaff in the city of Cardiff; the capital of Wales
The Millennium Stadium is the national stadium of Wales; located in the capital city; Cardiff. It is the home of the Wales national rugby union team and has also staged games of the Wales national football team.
hotel with a difference; AA four star hotel set in 25 acres of incredible gardens and grounds
Based in the heart of Swansea; Mosaic is the finest in Coffee; food and wine; bringing warmth to one and all
tasty dishes or working closely with suppliers; sourcing ingredients for upcoming menus. Mumbles is a fabulous place to visit for shopping; restaurants; pubs and of course the pier.
The New Theatre is one of the principal theatres in Cardiff; capital city of Wales; and celebrated its centenary in 2006. It is located in Cardiff city centre on Park Place; close to Cathays Park.
Situated in the heart of Cardiff; only 5 minutes walk from the city centre and 10 minutes from the Millennium Stadium; Nomad is perfectly situated to take advantage of everything in the exciting and fastgrowing Welsh capital
The Norwegian Church in the Cardiff Bay area of the city of Cardiff; Wales; is a historic Lutheran church building and formerly a place of worship for the Norwegian community in Cardiff.
Oakwood Theme Park is a theme park in Pembrokeshire; Wales which attracts over 400;000 visitors each year
Based in the heart of Swansea; the Pant-y-Gwydr serves authentic French cuisine prepared using traditional recipes
stylish; comfortable rooms at the Park Plaza Cardiff; The hotel's location in the Cardiff city centre is ideal for walking to Cardiff's main rail station
The Pierhead Building is a Grade 1 listed building of the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff Bay; Wales. It stands as one of the city of Cardiff's most familiar landmarks and was built in 1897 as the headquarters for the Bute Dock Company
Rising an impressive 21 storeys above the city; the Radisson Blu Hotel; Cardiff is a top choice for visitors. A convenient location just a walk away from transportation and attractions makes each stay even more enjoyable.
The Red Dragon Centre is an indoor entertainment complex in southern Cardiff; the capital of Wales. It was originally known as the Atlantic Wharf Leisure Village; when it opened in 1997
Family friendly local Village Pub; serve food every day and have specials on throughout the week.
Roald Dahl Plass is a public plaza in Cardiff Bay; part of Cardiff; Wales. It is named after Cardiff-born author Roald Dahl; and is located on the coast along the south of the city centre.
The Senedd; also known as the National Assembly building; houses the debating chamber and three committee rooms for the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff.
Sherman Cymru; also known by its previous name Sherman Theatre; is a performing arts venue in the Cathays district of Cardiff. It was built as a twin-auditorium venue in 1973 with financial support from University College; Cardiff
Sleeperz Hotels are a little bit different; friendly service; impressed by the stylish design and refreshed by a sound night's sleep at a great price.
This new restaurant has shown and proved in a short time that they have the ability to produce excellent food and service
St Fagans National History Museum; commonly referred to as St Fagans after the village where it is located; is an open-air museum in Cardiff chronicling the historical lifestyle; culture; and architecture of the Welsh people.
St Fagans National History Museum; commonly referred to as St Fagans after the village where it is located; is an open-air museum in Cardiff chronicling the historical lifestyle; culture; and architecture of the Welsh people
Starvin' Jacks was born on 15th July 1998 in Swansea City Centre; fresh; comprehensive and innovative buffet service for business and private customers
Techniquest is a Welsh science and discovery centre. It has locations in Cardiff Bay; Glynd?r University in Wrexham; Llanberis in Gwynedd; and the Adventure Centre in Narberth; Pembrokeshire. Techniquest was first established in Cardiff in 1986
The Big Sleep opened its doors in Cardiff in 1999 to a deluge of publicity; Co-owned by Hollywood Actor John Malkovich the Big Sleep was credited as "The UK's first design hotel for budget travellers
The Cross Keys Llanfynydd is a 17th century pub Situated between Mold and Wrexham on the Offas Dyke with open fires and a real oldy worldy atmosphere with lots to offer.
Whether its one of our unbeatable breakfasts; juicy burgers or hearty salads or simply enjoy a cup of award-winning coffee with a slice of homemade cake; evening menu includes organic Welsh rump steak and seasonal vegetable
The restaurant can comfortably seat 60 covers & the function room also 70 comfortably; our unique surroundings make for a relaxed dinning experience
unique riverside setting with a warm and friendly welcome which all combine to make it a cut above the average village pub; Inside is cheerful and contemporary
locally sourced food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere; ideal location to stop for a coffee; enjoy a leisurely lunch or book a party for whatever the celebration.
The Welsh Mountain Zoo; sometimes called Colwyn Bay Zoo; is a zoological garden located near the town of Colwyn Bay in Conwy County; Wales. The zoo was opened on 18 May 1963 by the wildlife enthusiast and naturalist Robert Jackson