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If you have any questions, call us, chat with us online or use our contact form and our friendly team will be happy to help with no obligation to buy. If you decide to go ahead and reserve a storage room, you can do this online or by phone and there’s no deposit to pay today.
You can keep your room for just 7 days (and remove your belongings at any point during that time) or stay for however long you need. You can extend your stay at any point and there are no hidden fees or penalties for doing so.
Our video guides are helpful if you’re not sure how much space you’ll need - use them to visualise the space available in each size of storage room, or feel free to chat with one of our experienced team by phone or online for personalised advice based on how much you intend to store with us. If you later find that you need more or less space, you can easily switch to a larger or smaller room so that you’ll always have enough room but never have to pay for more space than you need.
Safestore self storage in Cardiff Newport Road
Our Cardiff Newport Road store is monitored by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms, and further secured by a key fob entry system. You can access your storage space at any time during our extensive opening hours, and you’ll be the only person who will be able to enter it. Drive-up room access and double doors make it easy to load and unload your room, and we also have double-height rooms available at this store - perfect for storing very large items including business stock, tools or equipment.
If you’re a business customer, you are welcome to use our business lounge and free WiFi and our dedicated business rooms offer an affordable, flexible alternative to traditional warehouse storage with no long tie-in commercial leases.
As a capital city, the house prices in Cardiff are naturally higher than in other parts of the country, but are still far cheaper than equivalent housing in London. That, plus the excellent transport links and easy access to the stunning Welsh countryside makes Cardiff a fantastic place to live and work. Tourists and residents alike can enjoy some of the city’s historic monuments, such as Cardiff Castle or St Fagan’s open-air museum, or have fun at the water sports village at the Bay. In terms of day trips, the Brecon Beacons are within easy reach, as is the Pembrokeshire coast, which boasts several Blue Flag beaches.
Cardiff University is part of the Russell Group and is accordingly students are drawn here from far and wide, and many choose to remain living in the city after graduation as the job prospects and overall standard of living are good. Cardiff’s also a great place to live if you’re single