Cardiff as most of you will know, is the Capital of Wales, the largest City in Wales and the tenth largest City in the UK. For those of you worried about the amount of rain in Wales Cardiff has the least amount of rainfall compared to the rest of Wales (honestly!)
It is home to some great sporting stadiums, the most recognisable being the Millennium Stadium which is home to Welsh National Rugby Union and also hosts a plethora of sporting events and concerts. You also have Cardiff City Stadium and Cardiff Arms Park for football and Rugby Union. There also plenty of parks covering almost 10% of the City, along with museums so you really won’t be short of things to do. Each year Cardiff plays host to the Great British Cheese Festival and also the Mardis Gras.
Cardiff is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK and as a result of this there is a huge variety of clubs, pubs and restaurants. You really will be spoilt for choice. There is a wide variety of shopping from the St David’s Centre which is one of the largest shopping centres in the UK to Victorian Arcades and markets.
Transport links are good with Cardiff Central station, the largest station in Wales and great motorway links there are no excuses for not popping home to visit the folks if you can tear yourself away!
Cardiff is home to four great universities namely Cardiff University, Cardiff Met, the University of Glamorgan and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama – wherever you choose to study you will be assured of a fantastic Welsh welcome in Cardiff.
Below you will find all the student accommodation we currently list in Cardiff: