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Jolyons At The Bay Hotel

Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN

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Jolyons At The Bay Hotel

Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN

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s the Welsh capital’s premiere boutique hotel, conveniently located in the heart of Cardiff Bay, Jolyons has been treating guests to sheer luxury accommodation since launching in 2004. Jolyons includes an award winning restaurant and traditional Welsh breakfasts available to all its guests.

Each of the stylish 7 bedrooms and suites boast an eclectic mix of bespoke hand-picked furniture and finishing touches that will treat you to a truly luxurious stay in the Welsh capital. Soft cotton sheets, fresh fluffy towels are paired with an array of indulgent – and ethical – toiletries, cafetières – with a hand-picked selection of coffees, teas and hot chocolates plus free Wi-Fi to ensure the utmost comfort and convenience for your stay.


Jolyons At The Bay is part of the following Inspirations:

The Best British Festivals this October by Adrian Mourby

"The Iris Prize Festival

The Iris Prize Festival is a six-day celebration of Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender film in the Welsh capital of Cardiff. This year it runs 10-15 October. Altogether 35 short films from across the world will compete for the LGBT Iris Prize at the Cineworld Cinema in Mary Ann Street. There will also be feature film presentations, parties, talks and a Producers Forum for those interested in the tricky business of how films get made. The festival culminates with the Iris Carnival, where the winner of the prestigious Iris Prize will be presented with £30,000.

Just over a mile away down Bute Street in a stately dockland town house sits Jolyons at the Bay. This hotel has a colourful feel to it with big leather sofas, slate floors and a wood-burning stove in the bar. It’s located immediately opposite Cardiff’s best-known modern building, the Wales Millennium Centre, home to Welsh National Opera. It’s also close to the shops of Mermaid Quay and Techniquest, both great places to spend the time between performances"

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Information on Jolyons At The Bay hotel , Bute Crescent , Cardiff

No. of bedrooms: Total: 7        
Types of room: Doubles
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Dog Friendly:  No
Smoking Permitted:  No

Room facilities: Plasma TV, Free Wi-Fi, Iron & Ironing Board, Free Toiletries, Room Safe, Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
General facilities: Bar with snack menu available
Local directions: Directions: From A48 Take the exit toward Cardiff (E)/Caerdydd (Dn)/Docks/A4232 Turn left at Eastern Ave N/A4161 Continue to follow A4161 Take the ramp. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Newport Rd/A4161 Continue to follow A4161 Go through 1 roundabout Turn left at Fitzalan Pl/A470 Continue to follow A470 Turn right at Moira Terrace/A470 Continue to follow A470 Slight left at Central Link. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A423 Go through 1 roundabout. Turn left at Lloyd George Ave/A470. Continue to follow A470. Turn left at Bute Crescent. Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Bay
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Nearest railway stn:
Cardiff (5 mins)
Cardiff (10 mins)
Cardiff Bay (5 mins)

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