Cardiff Airport Long Stay 2
“ Excellent - followed signs and no problems, easy parking and the transfer bus was waiting. Staff very friendly.” - Karen Bryan
Leave the M4 at Junction 33 onto the A4232. Continue along the A4232, following signs to Cardiff Airport. Take the third exit on the large roundabout onto the A4050. Continue along the A4050 and take the second exit at the roundabout. Proceed along the A4050 until you see another roundabout, take the second exit onto the A4226. Take the second exit at the next roundabout and continue along the A4226. You'll come across another roundabout on this road, take the first exit onto Port Road. Shortly after, take the third exit at the next roundabout and on that road you'll see your last roundabout, take the first exit. Continue along this road. The car park is on the right.
When you arrive, please make sure you are in the car you made your booking with. As you approach the entry barrier, a camera will read your number plate and the barrier will raise so please don't take a ticket. If there are any problems, please press the assistance button for help.
On leaving the car park, please drive up to the exit barrier where the camera will read your number plate. The barrier will then raise so you can leave the car park. If you encounter any problems, please press the assistance button for help.
The car park has CCTV, entry and exit barriers and a fence. It is also regularly patrolled.
There are disabled parking spaces near the exit, and the shuttle buses are wheelchair accessible. The spaces are on a first come first serve basis, so you'll need to find a space when you arrive and display your Blue Badge whilst you're away.
If you're delayed coming back, you'll need to pay for the extra parking before you leave at the car park's normal rate. The amount you’ll be charged will be based on the calculated difference tracked by the cameras at the car park and will display on the screen by the exit barrier.
If you come back early, unfortunately you won't be given you a refund for the time you've not used.
There are no vehicle size restrictions.
Long Stay 2 Non-Flexible
Because this is a special low-price package, once you've made your booking, you can't change it, and you won't be able to get a refund if you need to cancel.
Have always parked at Cardiff Airport. Electronic number plate works really well and have not had any problems. My gripe is now that Airparks have the contract for parking, they have doubled the price to over £100 for two weeks. We always travel May and September.When NCP had the contract we always paid between £52-62 for the two weeks parking. When NCP lost the contract it came under Cardiff Wales Airport. This still came out the same price. Why is it that Airparks have been allowed to double the cost. We are travelling in May 2019 and eight months in advance the cost is still over £100.Shame on you Cardiff Airport and the Welsh Government for allowing this Company to treat the people of Wales like this. You need to get your house in order otherwise you will be loosing many customers including myself.Everything else to do with the parking is just fine.I will rate it as the best except for the astronomic cost.
November 11, 2018
It was quite easy to find a car park space and the shuttle bus service was very efficient. The main criticism is that the way out was not marked, only parking arrows and speed limit signs. It took us several aborted attempts to find the exit in the dark. It was also quite expensive for out of season travel.
September 29, 2018
Offside rear wheel arch paint work scuffed during time parked at airport. I think the parking bays are too tight. Disappointed.
September 11, 2018
Very good with 1 exception at night in the dark no visible exit signs in car park2
March 29, 2018
The parking was good, well lit with easy access, but take care when leaving as if you need to pick others up from the front of the airport you get automatically directed into the short term car-park. Once there, even if you do not stop, you have to pay to get out. Even Dick Turpin or the HMRC would be proud of this theft and my trying in the future.
January 9, 2018