Madame Butterfly's Apartment is an end-of-terrace, first-floor apartment based in the heart of the Welsh capital city of Cardiff.
Enjoying an enviable position just a short walk from a range of amenities, Madame Butterfly's Apartment is a wonderful choice for a small family or couples looking to explore the attractions of Cardiff.
Upon arrival, find roadside parking directly outside, before heading through the front door and up the staircase to Madame Butterfly's Apartment.
Discover the opulence of the open-plan living space, where the influence of opera resonates in the luxurious décor, hosting a fully-equipped kitchen, and adorned with all the appliances to whip up a delicious meal, and then convene at the elegant dining table.
The inviting sitting area, featuring plush Chesterfield sofas, provides the perfect spot to curl up and watch a movie or two on the TV.
When it’s time for some rest, two exquisite bedrooms await – a four-poster double bedroom and a king-size bedroom, each a lavish haven of comfort and style.
The bathroom, boasting both a bath and a shower over, promises a lavish and revitalizing start to your mornings.
With Cardiff city centre just a 5 minute walk way, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment and attractions.
The city boasts several must-visit attractions, including Cardiff Castle, a magnificent medieval fortress that showcases the city's rich heritage.
Sports enthusiasts can catch a game or take a tour at the iconic Principality Stadium, while art lovers can explore the impressive collections at the National Museum.
The shopaholics will be spoilt for choice whilst the musically inclined can visit the Wales Millennium Centre in popular Cardiff Bay which is a hub for performing arts, hosting a variety of world-class shows and events.
Nature enthusiasts meanwhile can unwind in the picturesque Bute Park or enjoy a leisurely stroll through the scenic Sophia Gardens.
Venture towards the coast and the town of Barry, home to a golden beach on Barry Island, along with plenty of landmarks such as those that can be seen in popular BBC sitcom Gavin and Stacey.
The historians in the group could venture northwards to explore Castell Coch or Caerphilly Castle or head underground and back in time to sample Welsh history at the Big Pit National Coal Museum.
Escape to Madame Butterfly's Apartment for a wonderful base in Wales' fantastic capital city.