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Holm House Hotel

Listed under Best Hotels in Cardiff, United Kingdom.

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The Hotel Guru Review: A great new addition to the Welsh seaside scene, Holm House is a former ship owner's residence, superbly converted into a small 12-room hotel with spectacular views across the Bristol Channel. With a mixture of contemporary styling and '20s extravagance, the interior is both quirky and opulent with imaginative, beautifully equipped bedrooms. As for Penarth, it's a charming seaside town with a splendid Victorian pier.

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