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Ty Rosa Boutique B&B
118 Clive Street
South Wales

CF11 7JE | View map

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A 15-minute walk from Cardiff city centre, this charming, gay-run, boutique guest house with free Wi-Fi is hetero-friendly and offers stylish rooms and an excellent breakfast.
Ty Rosa, Welsh for ‘pink house’ offers a warm welcome to all, whatever your orientation. The bus stop and train station just outside the house have regular services to the city centre. The B&B is well-located for Cardiff’s gay scene, and has free parking.

There are 5 chic rooms named after Welsh castles. An annexe building has 2 rooms named after islands. Each luxurious room has a cosy lounge area and free DVD library.
A full cooked breakfast is included in the price, with a menu choice you would expect in a quality hotel. À la carte evening meals can be pre-ordered.

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