Located within a short distance of Cardiff Castle – Castle Arcade, High Street Arcade and Duke Street Arcade


The Castle Quarter is comprised of 3 outstanding Victorian and Edwardian arcades, all located within a short distance of Cardiff Castle – Castle Arcade, High Street Arcade and Duke Street Arcade.

Originally home to many specialist shops of the era – drapers, apothecaries, tailors, jewellers and fortune tellers – the Castle Quarter has grown and adapted to the needs of a vibrant shopping and working environment without losing any of it old world charm.

Home to artists, bridal boutiques, gentlemen’s barbers, vintage tailors, tattooists, graphic designers, interior stylists, vegan stores, beauty salons, nail designers, handmade jewellers, hair salons, Indian street food vendors, American deli’s, coffee houses, tea salons, gelaterias, music shops, book stores, travel agents, actors studios, music labels, and an incredible selection of specialist restaurants, there’s always something new to discover at Castle Quarter.






Castle Arcade,
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High Street & Duke Street Arcade
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By Foot: Cardiff City Centre is best travelled on foot, taking just 20 minutes to walk across town from St Mary’s Street to Queen Street. We are located opposite Cardiff Castle on Castle St/High St Junction.

By Car: There is ample parking in Cardiff City Centre. We are close to all city centre civic parking around Cardiff Museum, in addition to the NCP car parks on Westgate Street, and at Cardiff Arms Park. Cardiff also has a park and ride service.

By Train: Cardiff is well connected by train. Queen Street Station (operating services for the Valley’s, Cardiff Bay and Penarth) and Cardiff Central, (operating services for England, West Wales, South Wales, North Wales, Mid Wales and Barry) are closest