Enjoy a relaxing break in the stunning Welsh countryside, away from the hustle and bustle of city life at this beautiful 4 star Top Secret Hotel near Newport, South Wales. Still boasting easy and straightforward access to Cardiff city centre, this hotel is only a 25 minutes’ drive away from all the major tourist hotspots, restaurants and museums in the capital. The rolling countryside makes the perfect backdrop for your relaxing stay and the guest rooms make the most of the surroundings with wonderful views from the private terraces and balconies. Rooms also boast a private en-suite bathroom, mini-bar, free internet, television and climate control. With a luxurious health club and spa with swimming pool, Jacuzzi and gym, a golf putting green and multiple business facilities, this property is the ideal choice for both business and leisure travellers who want to explore the beauty of South Wales. Book this secret hotel, ‘Great deal, approx. 25 minutes drive from Cardiff – 4 star – Cardiff’, for a truly memorable stay!
Get out of the city and take a brisk stroll through the outstanding natural beauty within the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park. The whole family will enjoy a wonderful outdoorsy adventure full of fresh air, bubbling brooks and rolling hills. If you’re an avid hiker or walker, there are plenty of routes suitable for all ages and capabilities, or if you’d prefer to take part in some new and thrilling activities, try your hand at archery, caving, canoeing, climbing or sailing.
Visit as many of the nearby castles as you have time for – Wales is particularly well-known for them and each one tells a different part of the country’s fascinating history. Castell Coch, which means ‘Red Castle’ in English, is a striking landmark that was originally built upon the remains of a 13th century castle by a Welsh lord. The interior decoration is what stands this castle apart from many of the others nearby, designed to reflect the architecture by William Burges, the décor is highly lavish and opulent with rich textiles, detailed fireplaces and story-telling tapestries and stonework.
Have a taste of the exotic at Bali restaurant in Cardiff, an Indonesian and Malaysian eatery with authentically cooked dishes containing unusual and fragrant ingredients from across the globe. The atmosphere is decidedly warm and intimate and makes the perfect setting for any occasion. If after dinner you still don’t feel like heading back to the hotel, pop into Eli Jenkins pub, where you’ll be able to relax and unwind in the traditional ambience with wood panelling and Victorian façade.