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Give us a call or complete our online contact form and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about self storage in Cardiff, or to offer advice about what size of room will best suit your needs. Alternatively, have a look at our handy video guides to help you decide how much space you’ll need, and then click to reserve a room when you’ve decided on the size of space you want. There’s no deposit to pay to reserve a room, so call or click today!
Safestore self storage in Cardiff Central
Our Cardiff Central store is ideally located for student storage as we’re within walking distance of the South Wales University Cardiff Campus. Our 10 ft sq lockers are the perfect size for storing your belongings over the holidays so you don’t have to take everything home or risk it being lost or damaged while you’re away from your digs.
Being centrally located, we’re also particularly convenient for Cardiff-based businesses; our storage rooms are available with high ceilings for large items, and all are secure, clean and dry - your stock, equipment, tools and even archives will be safe and sound with us. We also offer dedicated business units: you can rent office space with us without the long-term commitments associated with traditional commercial leases, and there are no business rates to pay.
If you opt for a ground floor room, you can access your belongings 24 hours a day; all other rooms are accessible during our extensive opening hours.
If central Cardiff isn’t quite right for you, have a look at our Cardiff Newport Road store, which is located to the north-east of the city centre.
Cardiff has worked hard to encourage people to live, work and visit, and it’s a great place to study, too. Cardiff has one of the highest proportion of graduates and has a high number of residents who are educated to at least GCSE level. Many of the students at the city’s three universities go on to remain living here after graduation. This all translates to a highly skilled workforce, which in turns drives a successful local economy.
The Welsh capital offers its residents a good quality of life, with decent employment rates, ample cultural and leisure opportunities and easy access to plenty of beautiful green spaces. In short, it’s easy to achieve a really good work-life balance in this city - and it’s one of the best places to live if you’re single
Residents and tourists may like to visit Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium or the recently renovated docks - and in December, it’s home to one of the best Christmas Markets
in the UK. Cardiff boasts over 300 parks and gardens, including Bute Park, and the Brecon Beacons are easy to reach for day trips or short breaks.