Budget travelers look no further. Here we have your guide to the cheapest places to stay in the Welsh capital.
The River House Cardiff is known as one of the best overall hostels in the city. It’s fairly cheap and small, with a free breakfast and a free walking tour, plus there is a pet cat to play with.
If you are looking for a good time, NosDa Hostel & Bar is the best option for you. There is an on-site bar that hosts gigs by local bands, and it’s cheap to boot. Plus there are female-only dorms available.
Mrs Potts is a great choice for solo travelers who want to meet other people. The staff is friendly and there are good common areas to socialize.
One of the cheapest hostels in town is called Nomad. There is a free breakfast and free coffee, and the place is comfortable. There is also table tennis and a bar where you can hang out.
The top spot for couples is Bunkhouse, a distinctive place with amazing décor. It feels like a cut above the standard hostel, so it’s good if you want something a bit more romantic.
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