from £130 per night
save to
your list

No.2 Under the Clock

2 Bedroom (6 Guest) Apartment

Image Gallery

Browse images of No.2 Under the Clock

Booking Summary

No.2 Under the Clock

Check in:

Check out:

Check Dates

From £130 per night.

Save 10% Book Direct

Book Now

A contemporary and spacious two-bedroom apartment nestled in the heart of Cardiff

Introducing No. 2 Under the Clock, a contemporary and spacious two-bedroom apartment nestled in the heart of Cardiff within the iconic David Morgan Apartments. This stylish apartment offers a fully equipped kitchen, complete with the convenience of a Lavazza coffee machine, ensuring your mornings start just the way you like. The open-plan lounge is perfect for relaxing and socialising.

The apartment features two bedrooms, with the main bedroom boasting a king-size bed and a convenient en-suite bathroom. Additionally, there's a family-sized bathroom with a relaxing bath where you can unwind after a day of exploration.

Situated just a short stroll away from Cardiff Central train station and the famous Principality Stadium, this is the ideal choice for both business travellers and those seeking to immerse themselves in the vibrant city of Cardiff. Discover comfort and convenience in this prime location.

Apartment Features

Smart TV

Reviews for No.2 Under the Clock

We are please with our stay at this apartment. Superb location within city center. Helpful instruction for check in. The apartment is generally very clean and spacious.

The host was responsive and made us feel welcome, by calling to check on us, to ensure we did not encounter any difficulty when checking in. The place was immaculately clean and everything we needed was in place. It is a lovely place to stay, and we will surely be coming back.

Weather for Cardiff

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5

5 Day Weather Forecast

Cardiff is great for leisurebusiness

Cardiff beckons leisure travellers with its captivating blend of historical landmarks and modern attractions. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Welsh history at Cardiff Castle. For couples, the romantic Cardiff Bay offers serene waterside walks, complemented by charming eateries. Friends can revel in the bustling city's nightlife or catch a show at the Millennium Centre. Families are enthralled by Techniquest, an interactive science discovery centre. Beyond the city, the breathtaking landscapes of South Wales, from the Gower Peninsula's beaches to Brecon Beacons' rolling hills, promise unforgettable adventures for all.

Cardiff, the vibrant capital of Wales, offers excellent rail and road links to major cities across the UK, complemented by Cardiff Airport. The city boasts a plethora of state-of-the-art conference venues and co-working spaces, tailored to cater to the contemporary needs of business travellers. Coupled with a rich array of dining options and cultural attractions, Cardiff seamlessly blends work with leisure, catering impeccably to the global business community.

Get Routes

How far is No.2 Under the Clock from...?

You can also click ‘Get Route’ next to any of the places below...


Route Details

No.2 Under the Clock


Attractions & Amenities close to No.2 Under the Clock

  • Cardiff Central Railway Station

    Cardiff Central Railway Station

    As Wales' largest railway hub, Cardiff Central offers extensive links throughout the UK, uniting heritage architecture with modern amenities.

  • International Convention Centre Wales

    International Convention Centre Wales

    Description could be added here.

  • Cardiff Royal Infirmary

    Cardiff Royal Infirmary

    Historic healthcare cornerstone, Cardiff Royal Infirmary provides wide-ranging medical services in an imposing Victorian-era structure.

  • Cardiff Docks

    Cardiff Docks

    Key Welsh maritime hub, Cardiff Docks boasts a rich history in coal export, now transformed into a vibrant waterfront with retail and leisure spots.

  • Cardiff Airport

    Cardiff Airport

    Wales' largest airport, connecting Cardiff to global destinations, renowned for its efficient service and iconic dragon logo.

  • Tesco Express (Mary Street)

    Tesco Express (Mary Street)

    Tesco Express groceries.

  • Tesco Express (Albany Road)

    Tesco Express (Albany Road)

    Tesco Express groceries.

  • Tesco Express (Cathays Terrace)

    Tesco Express (Cathays Terrace)

    Tesco Express groceries.

  • Tesco Express (Salisbury Road)

    Tesco Express (Salisbury Road)

    Tesco Express groceries.

  • Tesco Express Cowbridge Road

    Tesco Express Cowbridge Road

    Tesco Express groceries.

  • Sainsburys (Colchester Ave)

    Sainsburys (Colchester Ave)

    Sainsbury's groceries.

  • Sainsburys (Queen Street)

    Sainsburys (Queen Street)

    Sainsbury's groceries.

  • Sainsburys Local (Albany Road)

    Sainsburys Local (Albany Road)

    Sainsbury's groceries.

  • Sainsburys Local (Whitchurch Road)

    Sainsburys Local (Whitchurch Road)

    Sainsbury's groceries.

  • Sainsburys Local (St Marys Local)

    Sainsburys Local (St Marys Local)

    Sainsbury's groceries.

  • Lidl (Cathays Terrace)

    Lidl (Cathays Terrace)

    Lidl groceries.

  • Lidl (Tyndall St)

    Lidl (Tyndall St)

    Lidl groceries.

  • Lidl (Newport Road)

    Lidl (Newport Road)

    Lidl groceries.

  • Lidl (Leckwith Road)

    Lidl (Leckwith Road)

    Lidl groceries.

  • Lidl (Station Road)

    Lidl (Station Road)

    Lidl groceries.

  • Lidl (Cowbridge Road)

    Lidl (Cowbridge Road)

    Lidl groceries.

  • Cardiff Market

    Cardiff Market

    Cardiff Market, also known as Central Market,offers a unique blend of traditional stalls and contemporary vendors, visitors can find everything from fresh produce, fish, and meats to vintage records, crafts, and Welsh delicacies.

  • Capitol Cardiff

    Capitol Cardiff

    Capitol Cardiff is a prominent shopping centre located in the heart of Cardiff's city centre. Boasting a range of high-street brands, boutiques, and eateries, it provides a modern shopping experience amidst the city's historical backdrop.

  • Wales Millennium Center

    Wales Millennium Center

    Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff: Striking arts hub, hosting world-class opera, ballet, theatre, and concerts, all beneath its unique bronzed shell.

  • Cardiff Castle

    Cardiff Castle

    A historic gem blending Roman fort, Norman keep, and Victorian Gothic revival architecture, amidst lush parklands in the heart of Cardiff.

  • National Museum Cardiff

    National Museum Cardiff

    A treasure trove of art, archaeology, and natural history, showcasing Wales's rich heritage in a grand neoclassical building.

  • Alexandra Gardens

    Alexandra Gardens

    A scenic public park featuring landscaped lawns, mature trees, and the iconic Welsh National War Memorial. It's a serene spot in the heart of Cardiff University's civic center.

  • Motorpoint Arena

    Motorpoint Arena

    A versatile indoor venue hosting a variety of events, from concerts and comedy shows to sports and exhibitions. Located in the city centre, it's a key entertainment hub for the region.

  • St Davids Hall

    St Davids Hall

    A leading performing arts venue known for hosting a diverse range of events, including classical concerts, ballet, opera, and popular music shows. Its iconic design and central location make it a cultural landmark in the city.

  • Principality Stadium

    Principality Stadium

    Cardiff's Principality Stadium: Iconic sports venue with 74,500 seats, retractable roof, hosting major rugby, football events, and epic concerts.

Show More...

Show Less...

Meet your host

Laura Clarke

Hey, thanks for checking out SSW, I look after this property and will do everything I can to make your stay enjoyable and successful.

I’m on hand locally and I (or someone on my team) can be reached 24/7 during your stay.

Looking forward to meeting you.