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Welcome to The Copthorne Hotel Cardiff

Address: Copthorne Way, Culverhouse Cross, Pendoylan, CF5 6DH

Hotel Description

This waterside hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from Cardiff’s lively city centre. In a peaceful setting, it has an award-winning restaurant, a modern health club and spacious rooms. The Copthorne Hotel Cardiff’s rooms all offer modern facilities such as satellite TV, a trouser press and free tea and coffee. Each private bathroom has a hairdryer. The on-site leisure club has a 15-metre swimming pool and a fully equipped gym. Guests can also relax in the sauna, steam room, and hair salon. Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium are less than 5 miles away. The stylish Cardiff Bay area has shops, restaurants and bars and is 10 minutes’ drive from the Copthorne. There is fine dining at Raglan's restaurant, with a menu featuring local cuisine and produce. The relaxed bar and lounge have lakeside views.

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St Fagans National History Museum - Cardiff - Museum

St Fagans National History Museum - Cardiff - Museum

Distance 1.55 miles (2.48 km)
St Fagans opened on 1 July 1948. Since then, it has established itself as one of Europe's foremost open air museums and become Wales's most popular heritage attraction. The Museum shows how the people of Wales lived, worked and spent their leisure time over the last five hundred years, and over the past fifty years it has inspired generations of visitors with its exploration of Welsh history and tradition. The Museum stands in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle, a late 16th-century manor house generously donated to the people of Wales by the Earl of Plymouth. The 100-acre parkland now has over forty original buildings, moved from various parts of Wales and re-erected to show how the people of Wales lived at various times in history.

Cardiff City Football Club - Football Club

Cardiff City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.2 miles (5.12 km)
The John Smiths Grange End is a large former open terrace that now has a roof installed. This end is shared between home and away supporters. Opposite is the Spar Family Stand. This small, covered, all seated stand, has a number of supporting pillars running across the front. The overall appearance of this stand has changed recently, with the roof repainted with a large advert for the Clubs sponsors Redrow. On one side of the ground is the Popular Bank Stand. This has a raised seating area to its rear and terracing at its front. There are a couple of supporting pillars in the seated area, whilst the roof does not cover the front terrace.

The University of Wales Institute - Llandaff Campus - University

The University of Wales Institute - Llandaff Campus - University

Distance 3.4 miles (5.44 km)
The University of Wales Institute, Cardiff was established in 1996; however its roots date back to the mid 1800s. It comprises of the schools of Art & Design, Education, Health Sciences, Management, and Sport, and currently enrolls nearly 10,000 students. The University, located at Cardiff, Wales, consists of four campuses that are located at Llandaff on Western Avenue, Cyncoed, Colchester Avenue and Howard Gardens at City Center. Programs are offered in the fields of art and design, sciences, business and information technology, teacher training, humanities, social sciences, health, sport, engineering, tourism and leisure.

Radyr Golf Club - Cardiff - Golf

Radyr Golf Club - Cardiff - Golf

Distance 3.67 miles (5.87 km)
With its magnificent views overlooking the City of Cardiff and the Bristol Channel beyond, Radyr has one of the most idyllic settings in South Wales. Nestling in rural heathland its gentle undulations provide both members and visitors with a course which is a delight to the eye, yet which offers the sternest of challenges to golfers of all standards. At 6053 yards the layout of the course today has changed little from the original finalised by Colt of Sunningdale in 1915. Its greatest feature is the fact that every hole provides a separate and very different challenge and any golfer who has visions of 'taking it apart' is very quickly disillusioned. Wayward shots are invariably punished and the magnificent but testing greens will reward only the smoothest of putting strokes.