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Visit Castell Coch car-free

From near Cardiff railway station, Bus 132 runs at least every ½ hour to Tongwynlais (hourly on Sunday). Get off at Bute Street, stroll a few steps back and left up Mill Road for ½ mile to find the gate for Castell Coch’s driveway.

Bus 132 leaves from the Philharmonic JP bus stop on St Mary’s Street, a three-minute stroll from Cardiff railway station. There are trains to Cardiff from all over Wales, London Paddington, Portsmouth, Manchester, Nottingham and elsewhere.

Castell Coch is also on the Taff Trail, a well-signed cycle route from Cardiff.

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

Two tickets for the price of one when you arrive by train with a Transport for Wales voucher.

About Castell Coch

The turrets and towers of fairytale Castell Coch stand in ancient woodland just outside Cardiff. Once a 13th-century hunting lodge for a ruthless medieval lord, Castell Coch was embellished with spectacular examples of OTT Victorian decor. For more car-free ideas near Cardiff, see our guide.

For any queries about visiting contact Castell Coch on 02920 810101 or CastellCoch@gov.wales

Address: Castell Coch, Mill Road, Tongwynlais, Cardiff CF15 7JS. Visit Website