Serviced Apartments in Cardiff

Top Holiday Rentals in Cardiff, UK

Our trendy serviced apartments in Cardiff offer more flexibility and amenities than you would find in other alternative accommodation options. Enjoy cooking in a well-equipped kitchen, stay connected with complimentary wi-fi and unwind in the plush interiors. Our wide range of furnished apartments ensures that you find the ideal stay in Cardiff.

10 Best Furnished Apartments in Cardiff for Business and Leisure Stay

  1. Archer Apartments
  2. The Loft Cathedral Road Cardiff
  3. Quayside
  4. Roath Park Apartment
  5. Central Renovated House
  6. Howard Gardens Apartments
  7. Cardiff Bay Apartments
  8. Taffs View Apartments
  9. Affinity Serviced Apartments
  10. Harlequin Gardens Apartments

All our furnished apartments are well-equipped with all sorts of amenities. In addition, you will also get additional amenities like fully-equipped kitchens, high-speed Wi-Fi, and private access.

Top 5 Benefits of Booking Serviced Apartments in Cardiff

Our Cardiff serviced apartments are designed to cater to the needs of our guests. With our diverse portfolio, we ensure that you get the serviced accommodation that is perfect for you. TheSqua.re serviced apartments come with many benefits such as;-

1. More Space: Serviced apartments have more space than a normal hotel room, with a separate bedroom, kitchen and living room.

2. Stylish interiors: Premium fittings and high quality of linen ensure that you have a luxurious stay.

3. Complimentary Wi-Fi to catch up on last-minute work.

4. Additional amenities: Onsite gyms, concierge services, meeting rooms and more.

5. Strategic locations: Located in the heart of the city and other prominent locations near popular attractions and business hubs.

Corporate Housing in Cardiff

Business travellers going to Cardiff should consider a short or extended stay in our corporate housing in Cardiff. We ensure that all the essentials of a comfortable corporate accommodation are done to their level best.

Find your ideal serviced accommodations from our wide portfolio of long and short-stay apartments in Cardiff. Which allows you more flexibility than other alternative stays. The serviced apartments are located in the best parts of the city providing easy commute to the major business hubs. They also offer the experience of a home away from home with all the essential amenities.

Holiday Rentals in Cardiff

Bringing traditional Welsh hospitality to our guests, families and leisure travellers will consider our holiday rentals in Cardiff for their incredible advantages over other accommodation types. They offer oodles of space for everyone and privacy alongside. They are also situated near major tourist landmarks and public transportation facilities. This makes them the ideal holiday homes for your vacation.

Where to Stay in Cardiff

You can consider several popular neighbourhoods including the Cardiff City Centre which is a popular commercial and leisure hub, Cardiff Bay which is Europe’s largest waterfront development and Riverside and Newtown.

What is the Cost to Rent Apartments in Cardiff?

The cost to rent serviced apartments varies depending on the location and type of accommodations such as corporate or holiday apartments in Cardiff. TheSqua.re serviced apartments are fully furnished with all the essential amenities. The average cost to stay in a serviced apartment ranges from €70 per night to €250 per night.


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Microwave Oven
Washer / Dryer
Central Heating
Air Conditioning
Cots or Cribs
Work Desk
Private Garden
Secure Entry System
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Gas Safety Check
Electrical Safety Check
Fire Certificates
Wheelchair Accessible
Onsite Restaurant
Pet Friendly
Smoking Allowed
Car Parking

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Things to know before booking serviced apartments in Cardiff

At TheSqua.re, we have over 72 serviced apartments in Cardiff listed on our platform. All of our serviced apartments have been fully vetted by our experienced team and feature stylish living spaces, a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable bedroom and high-speed WiFi.

The average cost for Cardiff furnished apartments can range from £90 to £200 per night, the rates can vary depending on different situations (based on TheSqua.re prices).

The average cost for Cardiff holiday rentals can range from £90 to £160 per night, the rates can vary depending on different situations (based on TheSqua.re prices).

Some of the apartment buildings in cardiff will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full TheSqua.re experience. Most serviced apartments don't offer breakfast, but the great news is that they all feature a fully equipped kitchen to allow you to make your own.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Cardiff holiday rentals.

Cardiff serviced apartments have all the features of the home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

Top Holiday Rentals in Cardiff, UK


Facts About Cardiff

It is the largest city and capital of Wales which constitutes the core of the City and County of Cardiff. Here are some interesting facts about the same:

It is visited by close to 18 million people annually. It is the 10th highest-visited city in the UK for international tourists. 9% of the local population talk in Welsh and English. It was the world’s first Fair Trade capital. Cardiff has a flourishing economy with its port, finance, business services, public administration, health and educational sectors. The Cardiff Airport is the international airport serving the area.

Tips for visiting Cardiff

Here are some handy tips for travellers:

  • There are free Wi-Fi hotspots in the city centre, Cardiff Bay and also on the Cardiff Bus.
  • Bigger stores and shopping centres stay open between Monday and Friday from 9 AM-8 PM and from 9 AM-7 PM on Saturdays. Sunday timings are from 11 AM to 5 PM.
  • You should drive on the left-hand side of the road and wear your seatbelt compulsorily.
  • The weather is fluctuating and you should have apparel for both wet and dry conditions. Always have an umbrella and some sun cream.

Things to do in Cardiff

Here are some of the most interesting things to do in Cardiff.

Q1. What are the most popular things to do in Cardiff?

You can visit Cardiff Castle or the Victorian Arcades. You can also visit the Wales Millennium Centre.

Q2. What are some free things to do in Cardiff?

Some free things to do include visiting the National Museum, Pierhead Building and the Norwegian Church Arts Centre.

Q3. Does Cardiff have many romantic attractions?

Some romantic attractions include Cardiff Castle, Viola Arena for ice skating, and the Everyman Cinema.

Q5. What are the most family-friendly things to do in Cardiff?

Family-friendly activities include Treetop Adventure Golf, the Cardiff International Pool, the National Museum, and more.

Q. What are the more unusual things to do in Cardiff?

Some unusual things to do include boat trips, pottery workshops and cocktail master classes at the Dead Canary. You can also take the Cardiff Castle Animal Walk along with dining at the Clink Restaurant.

Places to Visit in Cardiff

Here are some of the best places to visit in Cardiff:

  • Cardiff Castle – This is one of the biggest landmarks in the city centre and will win you over with its history and monumental architecture.
  • The National History Museum at St Fagans – This is a huge open-air attraction with several historic buildings.
  • Castell Coch – A castle at Tongwynlais, it is known for its extravagant design, courtesy of William Burgess.
  • Llandaff Castle – You will enjoy exploring the ruins of Llandaff Castle which is also the Llandaff Bishop’s Palace.
  • Principality Stadium - It is famous for rugby and football sports events but it has a unique pitch which can be used for other events such as concerts and exhibitions.

Places to Eat in Cardiff

Some of the top places to eat in Cardiff include the Bigmoose Coffee Company, Empire Restaurant, and the Brodies Coffee Co. You can also check out Sushi Life, The Heathcock, and Cora.

Street Food in Cardiff

You will find several street food joints here including the Mowgli Street Food, Street Food Circus, and Sunnys Street Food.

Transportation in Cardiff

The Cardiff International Airport is the main connectivity lifeline along with the South Wales Metro. There is also the Cardiff Central railway station and the Cardiff Queen Street railway station. The M4 motorway is a good option for road travel while there is a network of Cardiff Bus, NAT Group, Stagecoach and other bus routes.

Weather in Cardiff

The summer season is mostly cool and comfortable, while winters are wet and chilly. You should visit between late June and early September.