Pianos Cymru

Pianos Cymru
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PianosCymru is an award winning piano dealership in the NorthWest Wales area, we are family firm dating back over
28 years.

We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, an extensive range of pianos stocked continuously, and most important of all our pianos are priced competitively, in order to give you the best deal!

About Us

Having worked with the best in the business, and suppling pianos to the best and biggest national concerts and events, we are well known throughout Wales an the UK. Over the years we've supplied the likes of Bryn Terfel, Michael Ball, Shirley Bassey, Rhydian Roberts, and many hundreds more having enjoyed the simply exquisite service provided by our technicians and staff.

Contact Information

  • 154 High Street
    Cardiff, South Glamorgan ll49 9NU
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