The Lincoln House Hotel

The Lincoln House Hotel is a perfect stopover if you're ever planning a visit to the Millennium Stadium.

Offering free car parking (if you're a guest), with clean and spacious bedrooms and a friendly welcoming service; this charming three-star independent hotel beats its larger competitors for hospitality and location hands-down!

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The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is a stunning city with many things to see and do during your stay. The National History Museum, St Fagans, is still lovingly referred to by its former title 'The Museum of Welsh Life', and stands as a fantastic 100 acre park on the edge of Cardiff. The museum houses rescued, restored and authentically furnished buildings from all over Wales, with a view to illustrate the social history of Wales. If it is the rich history of Wales you want to discover, then a visit to Cardiff Castle is a must.

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An 8 acre site featuring 2000 years of history includes evidence of Roman, Norman, Plantagenet and Victorian history, with the highlight being the guided tour of the main castle building. Also within Cardiff is the National Museum and Art Gallery that contains a wonderful collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art with the addition of a gallery devoted to contemporary Welsh artists.

National Museum Cardiff, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NP (029) 2039 7951
Officially opened in 1927, National Museum Cardiff is sited in the heart of Cardiff’s civic centre.
Showcasing an outstanding collection of natural history objects, beautiful artefacts and a fine selection of paintings, drawings and sculpture; the museum also houses major touring and temporary exhibitions.

Cardiff Castle, Castle Street, Cardiff CF10 3RB (029) 2087 8100
Reputedly established by the Romans over two thousand years ago, Cardiff Castle has been a Norman stronghold and even a Victorian gothic fantasy fairytale.
Entry to the castle includes access to the ‘Firing Line’; an exhibition telling the story of the Welsh soldier over the last 300 years. Specialist tours of the castle’s interiors can be arranged at extra cost with the Curator.

Millennium Stadium, Westgate Street, Cardiff CF10 1NS (029) 2082 2228
Opened in 2000, the Millennium Stadium has already played host to a Rugby World Cup Final, six FA Cup Finals and a number of music concerts by artists such as U2, Madonna and the Rolling Stones.
Built with the UK’s first fully-retractable roof, the stadium conducts behind-the-scenes tours where visitors can even hold a replica trophy.

Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff CF10 5AL (029) 2063 6464
Unveiled in 2004, the Wales Millennium Centre is an iconic arts and cultural centre hosting contemporary dance performances, art exhibitions and stand-up comedy.
Emblazoned with the Welsh (and English) words for “In These Stones Horizons Sing”, the façade of the Wales Millennium Centre building is as much a spectacle as the performances that take place inside.


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