Cardiff bed and breakfast, Cheap hotels in Cardiff city centre, Cardiff B and B (B&B)
Our Cardiff bed and breakfast is uniquely different. We are a simple, small bed and breakfast hotel in Cardiff city centre on Newport Road and just 10 minutes walk from Queen Street which is one of the main high streets of Cardiff city centre. When looking for a great place to stay we have great location, prices and service. Of all the hotels in Cardiff, we have prices to suit most budgets. By booking direct here you will save £4 per night off agent sites. To search availability enter your dates in the form on the right of this page.
Bed and breakfast in Cardiff city centre
We started our Cardiff B&B in 2009 when we turned our Victorian town house into a 7 bedroomed fully en-suite boutique Cardiff bed and breakfast that is perfect for an intimate, special couple of days in the capital of Wales.
Your needs have been anticipated with sumptuous bedrooms and stunning bathrooms in our Cardiff bed and breakfast accommodation. As well as plenty of personality, each of our 7 en-suite bedrooms has an LCD TV with built in DVD player (we also have a DVD library). The beds are bespoke and locally made to compliment the crisp white linen and fluffy towels. Your bathroom is also equipped with free luxury toiletries. All things you would not usually expect from a Cardiff B and B.
Location Of Our B&B
Looking for hotels in Cardiff city centre & Cardiff B&B
Hotel One Hundred is proud to have been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence due to the actual experiences of guests staying with us. We are consistently voted as one of the best places to stay for a cheap hotel in Cardiff. Please note that we are rated on our quality of accommodation coupled with our reasonable rates. If you are looking for a Cardiff B&B, Cardiff has plenty to choose from but for the price we are considered as one of the best cheap places to stay in Cardiff. We are situated on Newport Road, which is a short walk from all of the shops and attractions of Cardiff city centre as well as some historic and impressive places including The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle and The National Museum of Wales.
Why stay at our Cardiff B&B?
- Free Breakfast (A traditional cooked option or smoked salmon and scrambled eggs is also available for £5 pp)
- Ultra fast free Wifi internet everywhere (up to 120 MBPS)
- Parking - we have limited on site parking and there is free street parking surrounding us - in short our guests always get free parking.
- All rooms have ensuite bathrooms
- Watch TV and DVDs in your room from our library
- iPhone/ipod docks
- 10 minutes walk to the centre
- Friendly, local staff.
- Awarded 5 stars in our 2012 Welsh Hygene Award Scheme visit.
- Perfect if you are looking for hotels near Cardiff University and Cardiff Sixth Form College.
- While staying at our Cardiff bed and breakfast you can also use the gym and pool in a city centre 4 star hotel for £8 pp for the whole day.
Or Maybe Try A Serviced Holiday Apartment........
Our friends at The Cardiff Apartment offer serviced apartments in Cardiff city centre. They come highly recommended and can offer a one bedroom apartment that sleeps up to 4 guests and a 3 bedroom apartment that sleeps up to 6 guests.
Both apartments have a free secure on-site parking space, a kitchen and a living room, free WiFi, cable TV,
The apartments are perfect for families or friends looking for a convenient and homely base right in the centre of Cardiff.
Breakfast with us
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day - and we agree. As part of your stay we provide a plentiful continental breakfast to start your day the right way. A cooked option is.......
Where to go
As we are locals we can show you things to do and places to see in Cardiff. It also does not have to cost a lot of money as all our museums are free.
Where to eat
We have started gathering a list of good places to eat that we have been to and would like to share with you.
Upcoming events in Cardiff
12th July - Speedway Grand Prix
6th October - Cardiff Half Marathon
Please note these events will be very busy in the city. Our rates will be higher than usual but please remember they will still be much cheaper than most Cardiff city centre hotels.
War Horse - Wales Millennium Centre - 30th June 2014 - Review
When I asked a guest who had already seen the show in Cardiff what they thought they said 'very enjoyable....if you like that kind of thing'. This left me uneasy as I had already bought the tickets for my girlfriend and myself. I had bought them on a whim - my girlfriend loves horses and we both love shows so what could be more perfect?
For those not familiar with the story War Horse follows a young man coming of age and his horse. Starting just before the first world war on a farm, the story takes us through the war and shows the realities of life in the trenches.
You have to appreciate the work that has gone into the controlling of the mechanical horses. We were hugely impressed by the life-like horse mannerisms such as ear, head and leg movements. After a while you forget they are not real horses and they become characters as important as their human counterparts and this was confirmed by the applause they received at the end of the play. Hats off to the performers controlling the puppets.
Passages of time are skilfully depicted with a clever montage and sombre moments are captured with slow movements from the performers and flashes. The horrors and sadness of war can be seen from both sides which leaves us leaving thinking about the causes and effects of war. This is not for children.
We would highly recommend War Horse as it is unique to what we have seen before on stage.
War Horse is in the Wales Millennium Centre until 19th July 2014
Barry Manilow - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena - 22nd May 2014 - Review
We really love the Motorpoint Arena (formerly the CIA). This venue is just the right size - only 5000 people with full seating as we were to watch Barry Manilow.
My friend and I are both in our mid thirties and first noticed that we were the youngest there. Being the youngest we thought maybe we would be the ones with the most energy when he came out to perform. Boy, were we wrong.
The average Barry fan was 50-60 years young and followed his every move so well I would be excused for thinking this was a performance by a religious cult leader.
Highlights included a very personal Even Now (he asked us not to sing along with him), Copacabana, Weekend In New England and a very cleverly done Mandy intertwined with Could It Be Magic. Each song performed with passion as if it was his first time. He did not sing Somewhere Down The Road which I was a little bit disappointed with.
I have to give a special mention to his support act Dave Koz, a saxophone player from the states whom I had never heard of but he made me fan of his just by that performance. So much so I downloaded his greatest hits from itunes when I got home.
Thanks for a great night Barry!
See below Barry singing Somewhere Down The Road.