This was our first visit here-we think there will be many more to come! Yes, as mentioned before, there is some road noise if you pitch at the top of the site, but we did not find it kept us awake. If you are a light sleeper, stay nearer the bottom end of the site.
We used the Cardiff East park n' ride, (X59 bus), into the centre of Cardiff, which we thought excellent value at £5.50 return for vehicle and 2 people. Also,no height barriers to impede access for motorhomes. Cardiff is full of little shopping arcades, with individual shops, as well as all the normal High Street names. The castle is fabulous, and well worth paying the little extra for the guided tour, which allows you into extra rooms not included in the standard ticket. We didn't make it to the Principality Stadium due to the excessive heat whilst we were there-another reason to return. We met some lovely local people on site who also gave us some recommendations of other places to visit nearby, so more reasons to return.
One final thing, the directions to the site from the M4 are muddled and confusing to say the least! From reading many other comments in the site visitor book, it was not just us who had problems getting to site. Sat nav and Club handbook directions are wrong and there are several "New Road Layout" signs at the side of the roads. The best advice is to follow the National Trust signs for Tredegar House and Country Park-that will definitely get you there! Maybe the Club's navigation team need to re-visit this one?