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3A Redcliffe Apartment at Caswell Bay, Gower

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Excellent 5/5 Score from 9 reviews

Redcliffe apartments from the coastal path

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 0km

3A Redcliffe is the ideal base for exploring the delights of the Gower and Swansea. Situated so close to the sea, makes it the most the perfect location for family holidays. Ideal too, for escaping from the pressures of work. The sound of the sea has the most calming influence. Walkers can enjoy its proximity as the coastal paths and woodland walks are just 5 minutes away.A beautiful place to take a Winter break. To sit at the window and watch the wild and tranquil seas and absorb the ever changing skies which seem to take on every colour imaginable.

Free Internet access. Please bring your own lap top.

New radiators have just been installed in each room - you set the temperature to suit you.

WE HAVE AN APARTMENT NEXT DOOR - 2A REDCLIFFE ALSO ADVERTISED ON THIS SITE REF 143341

AN INTERCONNECTING DOOR CAN BE OPENED BETWEEN THE TWO.

At the far end of the beach is a friendly cafe offering tasty home made food and delicious Italian coffee! The fishing village of Mumbles is just one mile away.

The reasonably priced, two bedroom apartment sleeps 4 with a double bed and 3' bunk beds. The spacious lounge has a huge picture window to take in the whole expanse of the stunning view.

Many visitors have remarked on how relaxing their holiday has been.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Caswell
Will consider House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
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 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Shared garden
Access Secure parking
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.

Further details

A comprehensive file on "what to do" in the area.

Walking routes and maps provided.

Large grounds shared with other holiday makers.

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!

Gower

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.

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Review 1-9 of 9

29 May 2013

5/5

"A Perfect Retreat"

This is our 4th year returning to Caswell Bay. We cannot find a better location. A property right on the beach with stunning views and amenities just a short drive away. We feel completely relaxed the minute we arrive and you find yourself constantly drawn to just sitting a watching the sea from the huge window.
In terms of what the property provides for young families it is brilliant. Lots of games and books, a booster seat, cot bed, stairgate and even a huge bag of spades and beach toys. Hugh and Auriol are wonderful, thoughtful Owners who take every care to ensure you have everything you need. I would highly recommend this property.

And you're coming back again next year! We take nothing for granted and are so pleased that you and your family have enjoyed your stay. Thank you so much for taking time to write such lovely comments and I read with pleasure that you were able to relax immediately. We are staying in 2A as I write and gaze out of the window the last of the evening sun has settled on the headland to the left of the bay. Love the changing skies as much as that wonderful sea out there. We will be returning too!

2 Mar 2013

5/5

"What a view!"

A home from home,very warm and cosy.Great facilities.Friendly welcome by the hosts.watching the sun rise from the lounge window was my highlight.

That, simply, is our main aim - to provide "a home from home" which is both comfortable and relaxing for our visitors to enjoy. We have the location, we strive to match it with providing the very best accommodation we can. Thank you for your lovely comments.

2 Jul 2012

5/5

"Fabulous apartment in wonderful location never fails to impress"

This apartment is the perfect base to enjoy the beauty of the Gower Peninsular with one of its best beaches, Caswell bay on the doorstep.
No matter the weather sunshine or rain the view is nothing short of spectacular. We have stayed in both 2a and 3a and both apartments are brilliantly equiped catering for every aspect of the holiday.
The kitchen has everything one could possibly need and there are an array of books and games to occupy young an old.
A short drive to mumbles village gives you plenty of choice of pubs, bars and restaurants not forgetting mumbles pier.

This aprtmentment truly offers all you could need for a relaxing and enjoyable family holiday even with little children as we have. We hope to return for many years.

Thank you for those great comments! We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay. We too, feel that its situation is ideal for exploring the sights and delights of the Gower. Mumbles, being a short distance away has much to offer visitors including a twelve century castle now open to the public as well as a huge choice of restaurants, cafes and great small shops as you have mentioned.
Thank you for choosing our apartment, we look forward to welcoming you back sometime in the future.

10 May 2012

5/5

"Beautiful apartment, fantastic views, what a location!!!"

We stayed at 3A Redcliffe apartment for a long stay over the winter period and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The apartment had been furnished to a high spec. The owners were very friendly and made us feel very welcome. Great location, short walks to neighbouring beaches, we enjoyed stopping off at the Langland Brassiere for lunch and taking a short stroll across Caswell beach to the surfside café which offered light snacks and wonderful coffee. Fantastic for couples and young families. The weather was very kind to us with so much light streaming through the large lounge windows you would think it was summer! Photo attached was taken first week in January.

We've had a long stay in the apartment too and missed the sea views terribly when we bought a house in the area. Location is everything! One day we may return! Really pleased to hear you enjoyed your time in the apartment.

25 Nov 2011

5/5

"Really a great place to stay at any time of the year."

The flat was so comfortable and the view out of the sitting room window was incredible. Even if the weather was not conducive to being outside, one could sit and enjoy the beach.
The nearby trails were also a joy, well maintained and pretty easy walking.
Hugh and Auriol Williams couldn't have been more willing to help and make us feel at home. They went out of their way to be great hosts.

Thank you for those kind comments. Pleased to hear our accommodation suited and gave you a relaxing holiday with your little one. Work has been completed to improve the surface of the coastal path to the next bay in Langland. I recommend the carrot cake at the Brasserie! The walk there and back will, I'm sure, burn off all those extra calories! We agree, Rhossili Bay is a must if you visit the Gower - a stunning beach! We look forward to welcoming you back.

13 Nov 2011

5/5

"Absolutely Heavenly"

My Husband and I had a wonderful stay, The apartment has everything you need and more, very clean and confortable.. The views are to die for and I could have stayed for ever. The area is so peaceful.

I'd live there forever too but my husband would miss pottering in his garden. Redcliffe v husband? It's a close call!!!

12 Oct 2011

5/5

"A veritable jewel - a perfect stay."

My 19 year old daughter and I enjoyed a wonderful long weekend at this fabulously appointed apartment. The apartment is very comfortable and thoughtfully equipped, with the most stunning views. The owners are a delightful couple who clearly care about the well-being of their guests. We can't wait to return.

So pleased to hear you enjoyed your short break at Redcliffe. We do listen to our guests and endeavour to provide the very best for our holiday makers.

12 Sep 2011

4/5

"The view from this flat is a holiday in itself"

We wanted to stay in this block when we first came to Gower. The location is gorgeous - nothing but a few steps between your living room and the cleanest beach I've seen in Europe. There's loads to do when the weather turns (it tends to), with amazing walks and proper castles to explore. Fantastic surf - I was in every day except 2. The flat has a wonderful panoramic view and we've never met more congenial hosts. Well equipped flat, but next time we'll bring our own corkscrew... We'd love to come back!

Oops, I apologise for that missing cork screw! I can imagine how frustrating that must have been! Be assured it has been quickly replaced! It is just wonderful to just walk down to the bay in seconds - be it early in the morning when there is no one on the beach - or during the early evening when the light is starting to drop - the colours across the bay are magnificent!

16 Aug 2011

5/5

"Excellent - cliche but home from home"

We know the location well, and have stayed in other apartments in the building, but this one surpassed previous stays. Very well equipped, clean and spacious. The children's games and books provided exceeded expectations and were great in keeping our toddler occupied in rainy periods. The owners are very friendly and helpful, but don't impose. We will be staying again next year, and inviting our friends to stay in the adjoining apartment.

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