Most popular Apartments in Cardiff Bay
Highlights in Cardiff Bay
- Boat rides
- Lovely walks
- Interesting hands-on activities
- Family destination
- Great shows and performances
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Apartments in Cardiff Bay
If you are thinking about your next holiday destination we recommend you stay in Cardiff Bay. By the Atlantic, you can enjoy a modern apartment with great views in a modern and redeveloped area. Some apartments are also located in Hamadryad Park, a large green area, ideal for families. Enjoy the beaches, the tourist attractions and the activities during the day and go out to indulge in delicious food by the sea.Apartments with views
Find the ideal apartment in a cosy area with beautiful and contemporary properties. Plan a romantic getaway, a half term holiday or a summer stay in an apartment close to the beach, the cafes and the main attractions. Comfortable lounges, equipped kitchens and spacious rooms to accommodate all your guests. Depending on what floor is the apartment, you will also get stunning views of the town as well as the sea. Enjoy your time in Cardiff Bay!
Travellers and activities
Cardiff Bay is a very flat area and has no steep or hilly roads. This is why cycling is one activity families love to do here. You can enjoy a very pleasant ride cycling along the Bay and exploring it at your own pace. Go to Mermaid Quay and from here, head to Harbour Drive until you reach Cardiff Bay Barrage. You will enjoy beautiful views as you ride away and enjoy an active holiday!Cardiff Bay for family holidays
Cardiff Bay is a great location to spend some time with the family. There is a wide offer of activities to enjoy together with the children. Spend the day at Techniquest and enjoy your visit to this hands-on science centre with several educational activities and exhibitions. Are you a fan or Dr. Who? Check the props used, the costumes and the show’s sets of The Dr.Who Experience. If it’s raining, don’t worry! Go to the Cardiff International Pool and enjoy splashing, going down the slides and bouncing on the inflatables. As you can see, you will be spoilt for choice in Cardiff Bay!
Did you know the average of rainy days in Cardiff Bay are much lower than in Milan?
Top 7 travel tips in Cardiff Bay
Enjoy a show at the Millennium Centre with great artists performing in the best known shows. Cats, Les Mis, Footloose and many others are great names you can now enjoy during your stay in Cardiff Bay. Have a cultural evening and finish it with a delicious meal at any of the great restaurants of the area.2. Stroll along Cardiff Bay Barrage
A flat and pleasant stroll along the tarmac pathway around the bay, crossing the barrage to Penarth Marina. On the way there is a playground area for children with shipwrecks on the sand. If you prefer not to walk back you can use the taxi boat to Mermaid Quay. Enjoy a coffee or a nibble at Coffi Co and bring your furry pet with you.3. Go on a marine-themed tour
Get the best views of the bay on a marine-themed tour. This is a great activity for the family to spend a day enjoying the attractions of this waterfront attraction. Discover the rare botas from around the world, the displays, the hands-on exhibits and several interesting videos. Take a break and enjoy a cuppa or head here to enjoy a great sunset.4. Go back in time!
The Pierhead is a Grade One listed building that was the former building of the Cardiff Railway offices. When the coal industry was declining, the Pierhed was not in use anymore until 2010 as part of the National Assembly. Nowadays this is a conference and events venue where you can attend different exhibitions and events.5. Get on the boat!
The best way to explore the coastline of any coastal destination is by boat. In Cardiff Bay you have several boats you can rent and enjoy an exclusive day out sailing away the ocean and admiring the views of Cardiff Bay from the water. For shorter boat rides, just use the taxi boats that cover short journeys and leisurely rides around the bay or get on a fast rib ride into the River Severnand.6. The Norwegian Church and cafe
During the Industrial Revolution, Cardiff also played its role. During the good times, a Norwegian Church was built for those sailors docking here and it is where Roald Dahl was christened in. The church is now restored and painted in a pretty black and white combination. You can visit the gallery and enjoy a coffee on the patio of the cafe, while you have great views of the bay.7. Go to the Wetlands Reserve
Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve was created when the bay was flooded. There are timber structures offering shelter to birds. You can walk and enjoy a lovely stroll from town up to the west end of the reserve. You will reach a viewing point great for birdwatching.