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Maltsters, Llandaff

Exceptional, traditional pub located a short stroll from historic Llandaff Cathedral.

  • Opening Hours
  • Mon - Thurs // 09:00 - 23:00
  • Fri - Sat // 09:00 - 00:00
  • Sun // 09:00 - 22.30
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Menus to delight and inspire

We’re very proud of our fantastic menus. Indulge in quality dishes, with ingredients and products sourced from suppliers we can trust. Our menus are a fusion of delicious contemporary dishes and timeless classics that are sure to delight. Whatever your preferences, our menus are sure to tantalise your tastebuds.

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Stay With Us

Looking for somewhere to stay in the Llandaff area? Look no further than the Maltsters.
We have five well-appointed, comfortable rooms ensuring you have a relaxing, enjoyable stay. Relax in our contemporary rooms, which have each been individually furnished to complement the architectural features of the building, providing a unique and boutique ambience for you to enjoy.

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Heart of Llandaff

The village of Llandaff is a little gem on the outskirts of Cardiff City Centre. Often referred to as The City of Llandaff, it has its own stunning cathedral dating back to 1107, which is just a two minute walk away from Maltsters.

The village itself has a pretty high street with local shops and amenities, plus an attractive village green for you to wander around. 

Located just 2 miles from Cardiff’s city centre, Llandaff is the ideal location to stay whether on business or for pleasure – it’s close enough to the centre to be convenient, and far enough away to escape!

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