The house is part of a terrace of large Victorian properties built at the end of the 19th century. Kyvielog Street is a short road which is bordered at one end by Cathedral Road (one of the main routes into the city) and at the other end by Pontcanna Fields, an extensive parkland through which it is a pleasant short walk to the New Theatre, the Sherman Theatre and the city itself. There is also good public transport.
There are two rooms available for digs guests. The first is on the third floor. It is light and airy with a good view. The room itself comprises a double bedroom which is comfortably furnished. The bed is new and of a good quality. Linen is supplied and changed weekly or as required. The bedding is of good quality, non-allergic fabric.
There is a radio and TV in the room that receives digital free-to-view programmes. There is also a DVD player. The house has wi-fi available.
Next to the bedroom is the bathroom which consists of a bath, overhead shower, sink and toilet. You have exclusive use of this bathroom during your stay. Towels are provided and laundered weekly or more frequently if required.
The second room available is also a double bedroom. It is on the second floor and overlooks a delightful garden. The room is very similar to that described above. You have your own toilet and wash hand basin. The bathroom is shared with the house owners and has a shower, bath etc.
You are welcome to use the cooking facilities during your stay. We can negotiate times so we are not using the kitchen and dining room at the same time. There is ample cooking and eating equipment. You have use of the washing machine. The house has a small garden which you are welcome to use.
We want guests to feel relaxed and able to rest after a hard day of working. The owners of the house will respect your privacy and would expect that the same from you.
The area around Kyvielog Street hosts a number of useful facilities. The Welsh Institute of Sport where, for a small fee, you can join and enjoy the gym etc. There a number of places to eat locally from take away to posh nosh. There are a number of local shops within less than a few minutes walk away (chemist, grocers, butcher, fishmonger, deli, post office, and off licence).
There are plenty of cafes, pubs etc nearby. Chapter Arts Centre, which is within easy walking distance, offers a range of film and theatre and dance events. It also has a good bar and offers a reasonable range of food.
More broadly Cardiff offers the usual main stream films and a good variety of theatres and music events. The National Gallery of Wales in the city centre is well worth a visit if you enjoy fine art.
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