Senghennydd Hall, Cardiff
Clean comfortable student accommodation situated a short walk away from the city centre.
- 20th century buildings
- Free car parking (on site)
- No smoking
- Children welcome
- Free broadband access
- Self-catering facilities
- Linen included
- Towels included
- Iron/ironing board
Food and Drinks
- Self-catering facilities
- Electric oven
- Electric hob
- Recommended walks
- Pub (walking distance)
- Museums (walking distance)
- Historic houses
- Golf course (a short drive)
- Tennis courts (a short drive)
- Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
- Theatre (walking distance)
Senghennydd Court offers self catered rooms to individuals or groups wishing to come to Cardiff for leisure or other purposes and is situated a short walk away from the city centre and all its amenities.
All rooms are single ensuite within flats of varying numbers and have access to a communal kitchen/dining area fully equipped with crockery, cutlery, pots and pans and ironing boards. Irons, adaptors and hairdryers are available from reception if required.
Tea and coffee making facilities are available in each bedroom and are replenished daily. Towels and bed linen are also provided.
Within the compact city centre you'll find unique attractions, top class entertainment and quality shopping with a difference. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and Cardiff offers entertainment for everyone.
Food and Drinks
Breakfast is available to purchase Monday to Friday in the Trevithick Restaurant just a short walk from the residence.
Local supermarkets include Sainsbury's situated in Queen Street or Tesco on Salisbury Road. Both are within a five minute walk.
Numerous restaurants, cafe bars and pubs are also within walking distance and an information guide is available from reception.
Free parking for residential guests and a launderette is available on site.
Please note no televisions or radios are supplied.
There are no lifts in the building - rooms are allocated over 4 floors. However, if you have any special requirements please write these in the Additional Information section of the booking form.
Arrival information and how to find us
Address: 1 Senghennydd Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF24 4AG, United Kingdom
Address: Senghennydd Court, 1 Senghennydd Road, Cathays, Cardiff CF24 4AG.
Check In: From 3pm. Check Out: By 10am.
The reception at Senghennydd Court is open from 8.00am – 10.00pm each day and keys are available for collection after 3.00pm. Out of these hours Security are available for planned late arrivals and emergencies.
By Road: Travelling from the West exit M4 at junction 32 and follow the A470 signs towards the city centre. As you near the city centre you will reach the Gabalfa Interchange/ Flyover. Continue over this onto North Road (still A470). Follow points 1-3 below.
Travelling from the East exit M4 at junction 29, signpost A48(M). Continue along the A48, taking the fifth exit signpost city centre (M4) & A470. Take the second exit off the roundabout marked city centre & University. This is North Road.Follow points 1-3 below.
1. After approximately 1 mile fork left at traffic lights (signposted University), this is Colum Road. Continue along Colum Road and straight on at the traffic lights, into Park Place.
2. After approximately ½ mile turn left at traffic lights, into St.Andrews Place. After a few metres, pass under the Railway Bridge and turn sharp left into Senghennydd Road.
3. Take the first turning left before the School of Mathematics. Follow the road parallel to the railway line down to SenghenyddCourt reception and Cranbrook Street Car Park. Reception is situated at the end of the road on the
If you are using Satellite Navigation. Please use CF24 4AG.
PARKING: For residential guests a parking permit will be issued on arrival and you will be directed to the car park. The parking permit has to be booked prior to arrival.
For those travelling by train or bus to Cardiff Senghennydd Hall is approximately a 25 minute walk from the Cardiff Central train and bus stations. Alternatively a taxi will cost around £5.00. Please ask the driver to drop off at Reception which is situated directly behind Senghennydd Court and adjacent to the railway line.
Local Transport Information
Bus number 35 from Westgate Street (City Centre). Get off bus at Salisbury Road. The nearest train station is Cathays and this would be a 10 minute walk to the residence.
Cost(as at May 2012):£1.70 one way and £3.40 Day to Go (multiple journeys). For further information contact Cardiff Bus on +44 (0)29 2066 6444 or visit their website on http://www.cardiffbus.com/
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Mr Nick Pollitt, August 2013: Easy to find. Great location for city centre and studentville. Room was very clean. Shower worked well. Lots of tea and coffee. Student porter was friendly and helpful. What more could want for half the price of most other B&Bs
Ms Elizabeth Cambridge, August 2012: Better value than a hotel as facilities (bathroom, bed etc) were very good. Better service than a backpacker's hostel - privacy, cleanliness, access, safety. Very good position - close to Cardiff CBD and tourist attractions eg Amgueddfa etc.
Very easy to make a booking. Staff friendly and helpful.
Lynn Kickbusch, September 2010: affordable rooms, easy online booking and you get an conformation of your booking. room was simple but good. easy to find near to the city centre. cafés near the universety rooms where you can get breakfast.
i would stay there again.
Mike Husband, August 2010: Needed: extra pillow. Bedside light & table.
terry broughton, July 2010: Very helpful and clean will use next year
Gerald Smitherman, July 2010: really pleased with the rooms and will stay there again when we want to go to cardiff again.
Matthew McVeigh, July 2010: Toilet flush was sporadic and shower head 'slider' on rail was broken. Room was otherwise functional and perfectly OK. Stag do woke me up with antics but I really didn't mind at the price I was paying for a last minute booking when everything else was full in the city. Staff were very, very helpful - excellent in fact.
Dennis G. Blair, July 2010: Only two constructive observations: Reception was not easily located. Perhaps a detailed building map on-line or on the doors and a few "100 yards to Reception, THIS way" signs on the grounds might help?
On the first day, I had no hot water, but it was immediately corrected.
The staff were terrifically helpful and friendly. You had the right facility in the right location. Thanks!
andrew thompson, June 2010: Location excellent for city centre and all amenities.Excellent value for money,would recommend to anyone.