Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
2A Redcliffe is a one bedroom self-catering apartment in a unique situation overlooking a stunning beach. The area is totally unspoilt and the air unpolluted. Open the apartment's window to hear the waves breaking on the shore. Look out at the sea, sand, stunning skies, sea birds and very likely surfers with the occasional ship passing by.
This apartment has recently under gone a complete refurbishment to a very high standard. It is both a relaxing and a wonderful place to spend time. Tastefully decorated throughout making the accommodation warm and friendly - a home from home.
New radiators have just been installed in each room - you set to the temperature that suits you.
The spacious lounge with its huge picture window faces the sea taking full advantage of its stunning location overlooking Caswell Bay which is just a few seconds away! With its ever changing views, many have commented that they are happy to just sit and look out to sea as they find the view so relaxing.
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF THE COMMENTS WRITTEN IN THE VISITOR'S BOOK
Excellent stay. Peace, tranquility and good walks: all found 21st - 23rd March 2011
Thank you so much for a lovely week we have had! The flat is perfect and the special touches you have added- it made us feel very at home! The kids have enjoyed themselves very much with the games you have provided. We look forward to coming back again soon! PERFECT A**** ! 15 - 4 11
G orgeous Location
O utstanding view
W onderful scenery
E xcellent walks
R elaxing time
Great Holiday ! Hope to come back soon!! Thank you. 16th - 23rd April 2011
The flat is superb! We loved the huge windows (that we have seen incredible sunny skies through every day!!) Beds are great and the settees comfy. We love the recliner! Best thing - hearing the sound of the waves as you fall asleep at night. Thank you. 23rd April - 1st May 2011
Our return visit did not fail to live up to expectations. Our requirements this year were to have plenty of R & R before our baby arrives in 7 weeks time. We are leaving feeling wonderfully rested and our souls lifted by the constant, amazing view from the window. Hoping to bring our new little person to visit next year! 21st - 28th May
Had a wonderful time here in Caswell. The apartment was beautiful and the views just amazing! Your attention to detail was much appreciated. 2nd - 8th July 2011
Lovely two weeks again. Lots of other family members coming to visit for odd days. Weather has been kind, going home relaxed and tanned to start again. Lots of walks, food and wine!! Children all loved the seaside. This is what Summer should be. Thank you for the opportunity to stay. 20th Aug - 3rd Sept 2011
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay at 3A - only wish we could have stayed longer! The location is superb - sitting and watching the beach from the gorgeous big windows has been a real treat - and the flat is very comfortable and well equipped! It was also lovely to be able to meet Mr and Mrs Williams. We hope to be back! xx 20th Sept - 20th Sept
Have been staying in the chalet park every year in Caswell since I was born - boy am I glad they are closed or my husband and I would never have found this wonderful flat. So comfortable & wonderful.We will be coming to you year after year". 5th - 12th Dec 2010
We had a lovely 2 weeks at 3A and will definitely be back. What a spectacular view of the beautiful, ever changing Caswell Bay. Thank you for the nicely decorated home to spend our family Christmas in. We will definitely be back in 2010.
This has been a very special holiday for us. Our first "family" holiday with our 7 mths son. Having this place has been perfect, allowing us to go and explore the coastline for a few hours, relaxed in the knowledge we were never far from base and that stunning beach on our door step. It has helped having accommodation that is so baby friendly. The boaster seat and travel cot were great. Overall it is these extra touches that make the accommodation even more memorable. Your customer service has been great and things such as detailed information files have been brilliant. We love the flat and have imagined bringing our son here for many years to come. 15th - 22nd May 2010
From the minute in we walked I knew I had made the right decision for our family break! The view made feeding my 2 mth old son at at 5am a joy! We will def be back! 6th - 9th May 2010
Wow! What a week! Fantastic views, fantastic and spacious accommodation. Planning to return very soon. 31st July - 7th Aug 2010
We've had a fantastic two days. Incredible location, wonderfully comfortable apartment, and such lovely, welcoming hosts. We don't want to leave and are already wondering what availabIlity is like later in the year so that we can come back for longer. Fantastic! Thank you so much! April 4 - 6 2010
Such a fantastic location! Caswell will never leave us. We hope to be back soon. Thanks for everything March 2010
A great week's holiday. Weather fantastic Caswell bay a dream, endless amusement watching surfers and canoe'ists, the moonlight over the water is like a perfect painting, The flat is 5 star. Hope to come back soon. Thanks. 22nd April - 29th April
"We have very much enjoyed staying at the flat, nicely decorated and equipped. Fantastic views all the time. We love the airiness of the lounge, the big bathroom and good bedrooms with lots of cupboard space. It is always cleaned well and have a nice "family" feel home about it."
"The apartment is great and it is brilliant that it is so close to the beach. Our 2 year old has loved it and called it his "special home"! The view is stunning and we have found it so relaxing being able to sit and look out to sea."
"The apartment is well equipped, spacious and tastefully presented. A real "home from home."
"The flat has been an excellent choice with its stunning location and convenient access to the beach. We shall miss the fantastic view!"
"As always we have loved staying here.We appreciate that you have taken up the comments on the drier - makes the flat even better."
Had a fantastic week here.Flat very well equipped and comfortable. Will definitely return in 2010"
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cardiff 70 km, Nearest railway: Swansea 8 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors||
Electric towel heater in the bathroom.
4 beach chairs included.
travel cot and booster seat for your use.
|Further details outdoors||
Large private grounds overlooking the bay which are shared with other residents at Redcliffe.
Steps leading down to the beach.
A comprehensive file on "what to do" in the area.
Walking routes and maps provided.
Any problems encountered, will be dealt with quickly and
efficiently by the owners who live a short distance away.
Free Internet access
The apartments are thoroughly cleaned between lets. Where possible during short lets we try to give maximum time to our holiday makers
The South Wales region
So much to do and to see in the surrounding area.
If you love nature and beautiful landscapes drive to the Botanical Gardens at Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire. It is a 45 minute journey but you will not be disappointed. The great dome glass house is impressive and home to plants from areas of the world which has a Mediterranean climate. The gardens are amazing all year round.
Closer to home and little known is Penllegaer woods, close to junction 47 off the M4 motorway. Unspoilt, with many woodland walks following the banks of its river.
Aberdulais falls, near Neath, are home to Europe's largest electric generating waterwheel. The falls are a spectacular sight! Its even possible to walk behind one!
The Dan-yr-Ogof caves situated in the Brecon Beacon's National Park are certainly on a par with the famous Cheddar caves. Quite as experience to enter.
The National Wetlands Centre at Penclacwydd, near Llanelli, gives visitors a closer look at wetland birds in as near a natural setting as is possible. A lovely cafe here, with a huge window overlooking the wetlands.
The Millennium Coastal Park, near Llanelli occupies approximately 10 miles of coastline on Bury estuary. It offers a continuous traffic free cycle/footpath.
Staff at the tourist information centre in the heart of Mumbles are very helpful and will help me out here and suggest places to suit you and your family. Enjoy!
From Caswell it is possible to take the coastal path all the way to Mumbles and what spectacular scenery you will see on the way! Around the first headland are the bays of Langland and Rotherslade. Bracelet Bay next then comes Limeslade. Mumbles light house can be seen and also the Mumbles Pier which was commissioned as the terminus for the old Swansea to Mumbles railway. Incidentally Mumbles train was the first passenger line in the world. Verdi's an ice cream parlour/cafe is a welcome sight on the way.
Mumbles is a delightful fishing village complete with its own 12th century castle standing on a small hill overlooking the magnificent Swansea Bay.
There is a five mile cycle path ( bicycles can be hired locally) running along the seafront taking you to the new marina and passing the LC which is Swansea's brand new leisure centre. Close by is the National Maritime Museum.
What has Swansea town to offer?
Lots and lots and with such variety. Its theatre boasts a wide choice of shows and exhibitions for everyone to enjoy. No forgetting the Dylan Thomas theatre which is most certainly worth a visit. There's the Plantastia too, a unique tropical haven of wonderful exotic plants and animals.
But there's the whole of the Gower Peninsula beckoning in all its glory to explore. Full of culture, endless coastal and woodland walks,beautiful beaches and variety of water sports to enjoy.
Do as little or as much as you please, but you cannot help but enjoy and be impressed by Britain's first area of outstanding natural beauty.