Community Living For MenLocation: Bournemouth,Dorset, UK
Cost: £1,200 - £1,500 pm
Residential Living For Men Over 55 is the way forward for many.
Community Living at its best. Delightful private room with shower etc and full use of all facilities. with B&B plus Evening Meal - Hot & Cold refreshments 24/7
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50 Charles Street
029 2114 0000
Updated: 09 September 2018
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Eagle 50 facilities include, Sauna, Steam Room, Jacuzzi, Communal showers, TV Lounge, Video Room, Private video cabins, Private rest rooms, Maze, Cafe. Lockers and towels provided.
The cafe offers hot and cold and drinks, sandwiches and snacks, made to order all day
communal and private showers,
private rest rooms,
St. Andrew's Cross, cafe
50 Charles Street,
Tel: 029 2114 0000
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Deleted account: 07 Apr 2012
this was the first time at the locker room cardiff it was a saturday night the night it stays open all night the place its self was very nice but the reason why i have given it a three is i think they might have a better door policy as the majority of people using the place on that evening were out of it having been cubbing before hand this i seen as an accident waiting to happen also the people i noticed give the staff a hard time so saturday night not for me dont want to be surrounded by people who are not resonsible for themselves take my hat off to the staff for dealing with this and i will try it again but in the week and also i think the people who use the place on a saturday night do so all the time they are regular s and are not that friendly or perhaps to pissed to be
Deleted account: 25 Feb 2012
Having never been to anywhere like this I wasn't at all sure what to expect. The staff were friendly and hande me a key and towel on entry. the ground floor contains the sauna and steam room, which were both clean. Upstairs are two floors of darker areas, and both of these proved fruitful in my search for action, with the top floor being where the really large group fun was. I stayed for 3 hours in total, ariving at around midnight, and there was certainly more in the way of actiuon at the start, with everything (and everyone) starting to fizzle out by the time I left. Overall an incredibly hot experience, with more action in one evening than I've had in a very long time.
Deleted account: 28 Jan 2008
Hi - Baxter here continuing my exhausting but often rewarding trip around the UK sauna scene. I was in Cardiff in business and as I don't get there very often decided to go to Locker Room even though I had already been to Newport Greenhouse earlier the same day !!!! I got there about 5.30 pm - ish which, from experience, is never a great time to visit a sauna and this was no exception. However, undaunted, I tried to make the most of it. First of all, this sauna is in a nice building near the central shopping area and appears to be in a nice street which sets it apart from a lot of other saunas. The place is clean and appears very modern. I did find wandering around it a bit broken up as the locker area is between the dry and the wet area so you have to go thru it several times as you cruise although they have tried their best to integrate the locker area into the sauna rather than it being a seperate room. The dry area is on 2 floors up some very narrow stairs and appeared pretty compact which, on one hand, will probably lead to some interesting 'squeezing past people' but on the other hand just seemed very tight and small. The private cubicles look like swimming pool changing cubicles and don't offer a huge amount of 'sound' privacy but seem adequate. Overall, I was disappointed because although this sauna was very nice in appearance, it was totally empty when I went which is always going to be a big negative in my book. I would probably be tempted to try it again but only if I could get there for early afternoon otherwise I would probably drive the 10 miles to the Greenhouse in newport.
Deleted account: 30 Dec 2005
Sorry, this isn't a review but a question. How old do you have to be to enter these Sauna's/Clubs in Cardiff??
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