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10 Trevethick @ City center, Cardiff, South Wales

10 Trevethick @ City center
10 Trevethick Street
South Wales

CF11 6EB | View map

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This traditional bay fronted corner house has been fully and tastefully renovated to a high standard, and is close to vibrant Cardiff city centre.With double and twin bedrooms an ad optional sofa bed in lounge area, it sleeps up to six.Wireless internet can be made available.Parking is available on the road outside the house.Gas central heating.Rear patio area.LocationThe house is located about a 10 to 15 minutes walk from the millennium stadium and Cardiff city centre. The new Cardiff city football stadium, athletics stadium and shopping facilities are about a 10 minutes walk in the opposite direction.Why not exploring the sought-after Cardiff Bay area with the Millennium Centre and National Assembly within 10 minutes drive away.Canton, with its range of shops, bars and restaurants, is only a five minute walk away.AccommodationOn the first floor is a double bedroom and a twin bedroom with plenty of wardrobe space. The bathroom has a white suite with a shower over the bath.The ground floor is open plan and offers a comfortable seating and dining area (equipped with tv and DVD player), as well as a fully fitted oak kitchen with oven, hob, extractor, fridge, microwave, kettle, pots/pans cutlery and crockery.There is a sofa bed in the lounge area which can be made available should you want to accommodate an other two guests.Minimum Stay : Two nights Booking Deposit : Once booking is made by the laterooms you will be contacted by us to pay the deposit by cheque.

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