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Jolyons @ No. 10
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All guest bedrooms are beautifully furnished with fine furniture, thick upholstery and rich colour tones, for comfort that you won’t want to leave behind. Whether you choose a Compact, Deluxe or Suite room, you’ll find each bedroom offers home-from-home comfort while exuding a unique character to create a truly revitalising space for relaxation and sleep. Equipped with the latest technology, including free Wi-Fi, Ethernet connection sockets, plasma screen TVs, iPod docking stations and telephones, rooms boast a plethora of modern conveniences. Even the bathrooms are every bit as luxurious and offer something different and fun, from extravagant plunge-pools, whirlpool jet baths and colour light therapy, to under floor heating, convenient night-lights and high-pressure rain showers.
Whether you fancy a home cooked meal or a refreshing glass of wine, Cwtch Mawr offers the perfect setting and a warm welcome. Serving a selection of hot and cold homemade food that changes with the seasons, the carefully selected menus are designed to offer a choice for all tastes while utilising the delights of locally sourced and organic produce. Additionally the bar offers a plentiful range of world beers, real ales and cocktails, as well as a refreshing selection of cold soft drinks and hot beverages.
Meeting and event facilities at Jolyon’s at No. 10 follow the same inimitable standards as the rest of the hotel. Exceptional, spacious and flexible meeting and event facilities have been designed specifically for corporate and private use, to accommodate all types of events from 2 – 100 guests. Meetings of all sizes and set-ups are individually managed and implemented by a dedicated, experienced Event Manager right from the first visit through to the final event.
Cardiff, the cosmopolitan capital city of Wales, is a bustling centre of culture and economics with a wealth of historical, sporting and leisure interests. Dating back to the Neolithic era, the city is a well established and important location that has something new to offer every visitor.
Popular local attractions include the famous Cardiff Castle and the Taff Trail, while the spectacular Millennium Stadium is a hub for sporting and musical events. Cardiff itself offers a fantastic range of shops, clubs, pubs and restaurants to cater for all needs and tastes. Further afield, the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park is a must see attraction.