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Welcome to Jolyons @ No.10

Address: 10 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ

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Boasting elegant, individually styled rooms with iPod docks, Jolyons @ No.10 is set within 5 minutes’ walk of vibrant central Cardiff. It offers free Wi-Fi, a relaxed bar and restaurant, and a salad and deli bar. This beautifully restored Victorian townhouse features sumptuous furnishings and bright, contemporary décor. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV and DVD player. Some rooms have a kitchenette, whilst all have a sleek tiled private bathroom. Locally sourced ingredients are used in the restaurant, whilst the stylish bar stocks a range of beers and fine wines. Home-made soups, fresh salads, sandwiches and wraps are on offer at the take-away deli bar. On tree-lined Cathedral Road, Jolyons is a 10-minute walk across the River Taff from Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium. The lively bars of St. Mary Street are only 0.5 miles away and the Sophia Gardens are close by.

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Cardiff Castle - Castle

Cardiff Castle - Castle

Distance 0.28 miles (0.45 km)
Castle a large fortified building or set of buildings.

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama - University

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama - University

Distance 0.34 miles (0.54 km)
Founded in 1949, The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama is Wales' National Conservatoire and a centre of excellence for the performing arts, specialising in music, acting, stage management, technical theatre, theatre design, arts management and music therapy. The College is located at Cardiff Castle, Wales, and has around 550 students studying on its campus. Undergraduate degrees, postgraduate degree and diploma courses are offered in music, acting, stage management and theatre design.

Cardiff Centre - Town Centre

Cardiff Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.57 miles (0.9 km)
With its cultural attractions, restaurants and nightlife, Cardiff(or "Caerdyff" in Welsh) is an international city only 2 hours from London which mixes entertainment, sport, art and culture. Cardiff is Europes youngest capital city (Cardiff only became the Capital of Wales in 1955) and boasts a world class opera house, many museums, sporting venues (including Europes finest sports stadium the Millennium Stadium - the setting for the Rugby World Cup in 1999)and exciting nightlife. Cardiffs city centre mixes its 2,000 years of history with the best shopping in Wales and the city has over 200 restaurants with a wide range of world cuisine.

Millennium Stadium - Cardiff - Landmark

Millennium Stadium - Cardiff - Landmark

Distance 0.58 miles (0.92 km)
The Millenium Stadium is the first in the UK - and the biggest in the world - to have a retractable roof, which takes 20 minutes to open or close, making it an all-weather stadium. The roof is supported by four corner masts which reach 93 metres into the sky, making it the tallest building in Wales. The world famous Millenium Stadium has 72,500 seats and provides a wealth of sports and entertainment such as football and rugby matches and concerts. The Millenium Stadium Cardiff is also home of the Wales national squad. he Millennium Stadium is located on the site of the old Cardiff Arms Park based in Cardiff City centre.

Cardiff Central Railway Station - Railway Station

Cardiff Central Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.73 miles (1.17 km)
Cardiff Central (Welsh: Caerdydd Canolog) is the largest railway station in Wales and the only station in Cardiff to be situated on the Great Western Main Line. It is an interchange station for local services on the main line, cross-country express trains, and suburban services on the Valley Lines rail network. The station is operated by Arriva Trains Wales, though the exterior signage (larger than the name of the station) still reads Great Western Railway, the name of the company who built it. It is located in Central Square and was formerly known as Cardiff General. The railway station forecourt — in the practical manner common in continental Europe but relatively rare in Great Britain — accommodates Cardiff's central bus station.