Cheap Hotels in Barry
A quiet Cardiff Airport hotel with breakfast included and All Day DiningHoliday Inn Express® Cardiff Airport hotel is in a leafy area next to the airport and offers a convenient free shuttle.City centre sights such as Cardiff Castle, with its Norman keep, and restaurants and entertainment at Cardiff Bay are within a 30-minute drive of the hotel. Express buses to the city leave regularly from outside the door. Top attractions including Barry Island Pleasure Park, Fonmon Castle and St. Fagans National Museum of History are easily reached by car. Business guests can use the hotel's 24-hour Business Centre or host an event in the well-equipped meeting room, with catering available on request.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi- Rooms with sofa beds, perfect for families- Complimentary on-site parking- Park, Stay and Fly packagesBegin the day with a delicious Express Start™ Breakfast, which is included in the room rate and features 4 hot items. All Day Dining options include hearty pub-style meals, and you can relax with a glass of wine at the bar or get some fresh coastal air on the patio. Complimentary tea and coffee are provided in the inviting guest rooms, which offer views of the Bristol Channel or the airport runway through noise-blocking quadruple-glazed windows. Blackout curtains will also help to ensure you get a peaceful night's sleep.
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Hotels in Barry
Situated just a few miles outside of Cardiff, Barry is the largest town in Wales and as such is absolutely buzzing with places to go and things to see. As well as being a popular destination for outdoor activities of all kinds – thanks to its hilly local geography – it is also the setting for the popular TV show Gavin and Stacey.
The perfect offering for outdoorsy types and animal lovers
If you love the great outdoors, Barry should be top of your list of places to go. The Porthkerry Country Park is one of the best opportunities for families to experience the natural landscape in all its glory, with forests, fields and pebble beaches which can be reached by strolling along one of the park's nature trails. If you need to stop for a rest, picnic sites and cafés are dotted throughout.
For even more family fun, why not check out Barry Island? This popular resort boasts several picturesque sandy beaches, as well as funfair rides, golf and more. Needless to say, the island really comes alive in the summer, when you can enjoy free public entertainment.
Fans of creatures great and small will also be at home in Barry, with the Amelia Trust Farm accessible from the A4226. This working farm provides opportunities for children to get to know different types of farm animals, as well as offering produce in the visitors' centre.
The Glamorgan Wartime Heritage Centre in Barry does a fantastic job of showing how to get kids interested in history. With exhibitions from both world wars – including a World War I trench – and friendly staff who are dressed in period attire, this defining period in British history comes to life once again. The Wartime Heritage Centre is free to enter and is staffed entirely by volunteers.
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Whether you're on a shoestring or if money is no object, Barry offers a place to stay which suits your needs. In addition to a fabulous selection of Barry hotels and guesthouses, there are also a number of solutions for people who wish to get closer to nature. Caravan and camping sites are popular, of course, but for something a little bit different, why not try renting a local farmhouse during your stay?
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