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New House Country Hotel
South Wales

CF14 9UA

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This 3 star Country House style hotel situated on the fringes of Cardiff, close to the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan. This Cardiff hotel boasts one of the best views in the area. The open fires, exquisite furnishings, beautifully restored bedrooms and award-winning restaurant combine to create the perfect atmosphere in which to relax and unwind.
Close to Cardiff City Shopping and the M4 Motorway makes this an ideal base for shopping, enjoying the City Centre Nightlife or visiting business relations. This friendly hotel welcomes business travellers, tourists, shopaholics and everyone that enjoys life! The Museum of Welsh Life, Sherman Theatre, New Theatre, multi screen cinemas and the newly opened Wales Millennium Centre are all within easy reach.

Our 36 en suite bedrooms are distinctively decorated and sumptuously furnished to the highest standard ensuring all modern comforts and facilities are provided. Four suites and three four-poster suites are available, resplendent with spacious lounge areas and extravagant bathrooms, to provide the ultimate in luxury.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 36
Number Ensuite: 36
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Name: New House Restaurant
Chef: Gareth Phillips
Awards: AA 1 Rosette

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