Travel connections

Ride your bike There are bike bike racks for the apartments at Silvervale Park if choose to travel on two-wheels. Not only is it the greener option but it allows you to enjoy the local surroundings too.
Take the bus Routes 49 and 50 operate a frequent (every ten-minute service, Monday to Saturday) from Central Cardiff to Countisbury Avenue, which is only a four-minute walk from Silvervale Park. For further bus routes and journey times visit
Take a train The nearest mainline station is Cardiff Central with train services to Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Gloucester and London Paddington. Heath High Level is the nearest local train station.
Take the car Cardiff city centre provides a good range of parking facilities as well as the Park & Ride service, which makes taking the car out hasslefree. Silvervale Park is close to the M4 providing swift access to other destinations in Wales and across to Bristol and onto London.
Take a walk Whether it’s a visit to the doctor or the library, all your local day-to-day services can be reached on foot.
Get to the airport Cardiff Airport is easily reached by car or public transport from Silvervale Park. This busy airport offers direct flights to many popular European destinations.

Trowbridge and St Mellons have a rich history, having been among a cluster of rural villages including St Fagans and Rhiwbina. Although these areas are now considered to be very much part of the fabric of the wider Cardiff city region, as recently as 100 years ago they barely registered on the map.

Even more remarkably, Old St Mellons was once regarded to sit outside of Wales altogether. In 1535, when the Laws in Wales Act came into force, Old St Mellons was officially part of Monmouthshire and therefore considered to be part of England.

Although it crossed back over the border long before, it was not until 1974 that St Mellons officially became part of Cardiff.

A major building boom in the latter 20th century created the Trowbridge, Rumney, Pontprennau and New St Mellons estates, officially marking the transformation from rural village to established metropolitan suburb.

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