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Directions - Cardiff Sandringham Hotel, Cardiff

2Visit Wales Assessed Hotel Ratings explained
21 ST. MARY STREET , CARDIFF, CF10 1PL
The Sandringham Hotel is a well established family run Hotel, with good service and friendly atmosphere

It is located in the heart of Cardiff City Centre and offers free Wi-Fi and a full cooked breakfast each morning. Cardiff Central Rail Station is a 5-minute walk away.

Each room has an LCD flat-screen TV with Freeview channels and are tastefully appointed.

Sandringham Hotel’s restaurant and bar Cafejazz hosts live jazz/blues in the evening, from Monday to Friday. There is also a 24-hour reception.

The Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Motorpoint Arena are both just a few minutes’ walk away. St David's Hall and Magnificent Shopping Centre can be reached in 1 minute on foot.
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Exit 29 from M4 follow signs for city centre. Turn left after passing Cardiff Castle into Westgate Street . St. Mary Street is adjacent to Westgate Street. Public parking is possible at a Multi-Storey NCP in Quay Street (off Westgate Street, post code CF10 1DZ. Reservation is not needed) and costs GBP 9 per day payable to the hotel. If arriving by bus or train then exit the stations onto Wood Street and turn right onto St.Mary Street. At the junction turn left. The Sandringham is located on the right hand side in between Crouch the Jewellers and Ladbrokes. Please note that we have four floors but unfortunately no lift.
Pedestrianisation of St.Mary Street/High Street - 06 August 2007 onwards.

Railway:

Cardiff Central Station

Cardiff Queen Street

Cardiff Queen Street Station

Cathays

Airport:

Cardiff Airport

Attractions:

Saint-Davids-Hall

St. David's Hall

National Museum and Art Gallery

Cardiff Castle