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Holiday Letting Price Information in Cardiff
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Cardiff. It is during one week in August (03/08 - 10/08) that you will find the highest prices for the next months. Prices are more affordable in February (01/02 - 08/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cardiff
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Cardiff with the graph above. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Cardiff is in January (11/01 - 18/01). Conversely, you will find the highest number of available rentals during one week in March (30/03 - 06/04).
The Weather in Cardiff
Above is a climate diagram for Cardiff. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Cardiff in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Discover the port city of Wales with your Cardiff accommodation
Cardiff is Wales’ economic and cultural centre, as well as its capital and largest city. The city’s blend of attractions, festivals, and green spaces make it a popular destination for visitors to the UK. Cardiff Castle, Llandaff Cathedral, and St Fagans National History Museum are just three of the great attractions on offer in Cardiff, while areas such as Bute Park and the energetic, thriving Cardiff Bay will ensure there are plenty of opportunities for relaxation. Book your Cardiff holiday letting and discover all that is great about this historic yet contemporary gem.
Getting to Cardiff
Cardiff is accessible via Cardiff International Airport, which is located around 19km from the city centre. However, due to Cardiff’s good position within the UK, the city can also be easily reached via other major airports, including Manchester Airport and all airports in London. If coming via London, try to make it Heathrow, which is the closest airport and has a travel time to Cardiff of around two hours. Cardiff also has excellent train and bus links with most major cities around Great Britain.
Weather in Cardiff
Cardiff does receive less rainfall than other areas of Wales, but don’t let that lull you into a false sense of security; it does rain quite frequently in the Welsh capital, and you would be well advised to keep a good supply of waterproof clothing and umbrellas stashed in your Cardiff holiday home just in case. Spring and summer usually bring pleasant temperatures and sunny weather, but even the sunny days can be interrupted by the occasional rain shower.
Great things to do in Cardiff
History, culture, and an abundance of laid back areas make your Cardiff holiday home a great base from which to do some sightseeing and enjoy the best a city break has to offer.
The city’s most famous attraction is Cardiff Castle, which has a history that dates back to the 3rd century A.D. The castle that stands today was built in the 11th century and has been involved in some of the most important moments in British history, including the English Civil War of 1642. It’s a joy to explore, with many fascinating nooks and crannies throughout the structure. The highlight is the banquet hall, which is quite simply stunning.
A visit to St Fagans National History Museum is highly recommended. This open air museum is located just outside of Cardiff city centre and features a walk through historical Wales. It’s a large space, with many traditional buildings and a wealth of information about the houses in the grounds of St Fagans Castle.
No stay in your Cardiff holiday letting is complete without a trip to Bute Park, a large oasis in the city. This large area includes gardens and wide open spaces, which are great for summer picnics or just playing some games with the family. Dotted around the park are points of interest, including a Woodland Play Trail for youngsters and a QR trail, where you can guide yourself around the park with your smartphone. There’s also plenty of wildlife in the park, including woodpeckers, kingfishers, and tree creepers.
When you want a break from sightseeing, head to Cardiff Bay, which is home to more than hundreds of hectacres of redeveloped buildings. You’ll find offices, cafés, and restaurants, and it's a great place to while away a few hours on a warm summer afternoon.
Things to do with children in Cardiff
Cardiff is a city that ensures your children will love their stay in your chosen Cardiff holiday letting , just as much as you do.
Techniquest, a hands-on science museum located on Cardiff Bay, makes learning fun, with more than 120 interactive displays covering a range of topics - from the wonders of the universe to geology and much more. It’s fun, educational, and a great way to spend an afternoon during your stay in your Cardiff holiday letting .
If your children are fans of 'Doctor Who', take them to the Doctor Who Experience, a museum dedicated to the smash hit television show. Aid the Doctor on his quests, step inside the T.A.R.D.I.S., and get up close and personal with some of the Doctor’s most fearsome enemies. You can also see some of the props used in the show and even film your own little 'Doctor Who' adventure.
Cardiff - The Beloved Welsh Capital
St Fagans National History Museum
St Fagans is an open-air museum that brings Welsh history to life. Visit a medieval church, a typical thatched farmhouse or a 19th c. ironworker's house.
This medieval castle was renovated during the Victorian period and now stands proudly in the city centre. Explore the finely decorated rooms, such as the Banqueting Hall or the ornate ceiling of the Arab Room.
Bute Park and Arboretum surrounds Cardiff Castle and delights with over 3000 tree species, some of which have received prizes as the largest or most beautiful specimens in Britain.
Wales Millennium Centre
Located in Cardiff Bay, the Millennium Centre hosts daily performances, from opera to musicals and ballet through to pop concerts.
Doctor Who Experience Cardiff Bay
Take a trip into the past of this popular tv show. The centre's interactive displays include the costumes, the stage sets and the scripts of the most popular episodes.
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