Nosda means good night in welsh and that is exactly what we are promising! Nosda studio is effectively a property hybrid, a new concept of budget and stylish accommodation.
Cardiff's first independent property has moved with the times to relocate to a site that is second to none!
Nosda studio becomes Cardiff backpacker mark 2, with all the experience, values and knowledge boosted by a 1 million makeover.
With a choice of secure mixed and single sex dormitories and also a number of private rooms, each with their own pod style bathrooms, mini kitchens, TVs and even balconies Nosda is redefining the hostelling genre' lonely planet 2007
Uniquely situated along the banks of the river taff, Nosda studio occupies a newly refurbished 19th century building with superb views of the iconic millennium stadium. Our lively bar has a selection of welsh beers, ciders and spirits and the affordable menu lets you taste some delicious local produce.
With the castle, stadium and train station all within sight, Nosda studio is the most centrally located property with a view to die for and the facilities to match!
* TV lounge
*free secure car park
*self catering kitchen
*free tea and coffee all day
*personal reading light and power points with each bunk
*free lockers (Â£5 deposit)
*free luggage storage
*female only secure dormitories available*
*children are welcome but only if you book a private room with ensuite bathroom* (no cots)
From the M4 take junction 32, then follow signs to Cardiff City Centre along a busy dual carriageway (A470) for approx. 2 miles. On approaching the centre follow the road around the Castle to your right, then straight ahead through two sets of traffic light, over a bridge, then take a left at next traffic lights into Lower Cathedral Road. At the mini roundabout ahead of you take the first turning left into Despenser St. After a row of terraced houses there is a turning left - take this and then the next right, which is a back lane into the Hostel's car park.
Cardiff International Airport is situated about 40 minutes drive from the City Centre and services inbound scheduled flights from Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester and Amsterdam (see Links for more details). From the Airport you will have to take a Taxi or Bus X91 to the city centre.
By Irish Sea:
On your way to or from Ireland by boat? We are an excellent stopping off point for you to visit Wales. All ports are serviced by rail. There are four crossings between Wales and Ireland: