Set on Amesbury RD in Penylan, Cardiff, is this charming Victorian family home, which is being offered on the Airbnb platform. It has 3 bedrooms, that will comfortably sleep a family of six /party of six and has some superb facilities.
Upon entering this beautiful house, you’re greeted with a sensational period tiled floor, which is enhanced by the clean white walls. You then have a splendid sitting room, with a heart warming alluring charm to it. Ideal for everyone to have a chat, about what they’ve been up-to, in Cardiff or the rest of Wales.
You then proceed, to a incredible open plan kitchen, that incorporates a comfortable seating area and breakfast bar. It’s a superb space and is fantastic for relaxing with your family or friends, before engaging in some of Cardiff’s, or the rest of Wales’, exciting attractions. You then lead through French doors, to a colourful court-yard, that has two seating areas, for your whole party. It’s ideal for those summer days or evenings, in Cardiff.
Upstairs has a spacious and airy master suite, that has plenty of natural light flooding in. It’s equipped with a roomy wardrobe, for storing your clothes and travel essentials. Furthermore it has two smaller bedrooms, that can accommodate two adults or two children, quite comfortably.
The local Roath area has some superb food and drink offerings and here a a few recommendation’s, which are extremely popular in the area and can’t be faulted, in our opinion. The exquisite ‘Cameo Club’ offers a variety of local and international cuisines and is has a really sophisticated feel to it. The rear courtyard is beautiful and is ideal for dining “Al Fresco” in summer months.
Another recommendation of ours would be the hip cafe/bar ‘Juno Lounge’. It has a more casual menu for diners that want a chilled out experience. Don’t miss their delightful roof terrace, which is a real sun-trap, all year round.
Roath Park, opened in 1894, is Cardiff’s most popular public park and still retains its classic Victorian atmosphere and layout.
- Roath Park Lake: The 30 acre man-made lake is a popular facility for fishing and boating. The Scott Memorial Lighthouse on the lake is one of Cardiff’s iconic images
- Wild Garden: North of the lake, its winding paths and wildflowers are shaded by trees
- Llandennis Oval: North of the Wild garden, this is a site steeped in history. Its ancient pond is said to be the site of St Isan’s 12th century ‘Llan’ or enclosure
- Botanic Garden: South of the dam, the ‘botanics’ contains a superb tree and shrub collection, floral displays, adventure playground and Roath Park Conservatory
- Roath Pleasure Gardens: Lying south of Eastern Avenue, the Pleasure Gardens provides bowls, tennis and basketball facilities in a parkland setting
- Roath Recreation Ground: South east of the Pleasure Gardens, the home of Welsh baseball also provides football and rugby pitches, a children’s playground and trim trail
- Roath Park Conservatory (Botanic Garden) open for self guided tours and school visits
- Public toilets and baby changing (Boatstage, Botanic Garden and Recreation Ground)
- Children’s playgrounds (Botanic Garden and Recreation Ground)
- Roath Park cafeteria (Botanic Garden)
- Ice cream kiosk (Botanic Garden)
- Boat hire from the boatstage at Roath Park Lake
- Sports fields and changing rooms
- Bowling and tennis at Roath Pleasure Gardens
The park and pleasure gardens are open from 7.30am – 30 mins before sunset.
The recreation ground is open 24 hours a day.
I would recommend this beautiful family home to anyone looking for high quality accommodation in one of Cardiff’s finest areas. Below are links to the properties ‘Airbnb’ lettings page.
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ARTICLE PRODUCES AND REVIEWED BY ‘VALLEY TIMES’ CHIEF EDITOR BRETT SALWAY