Swansea Log Cabin
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Log cabin | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 3
Quiet location with elevated views of the Swansea valley,our one bedroom Log Cabin is an ideal base for visiting the Brecon Beacons and the Gower Beaches. The luxury king-size bed in the bedroom sleeps 2 and a sofa bed in the living room may sleep up to 2 occupants. All linen is included with hand towel and bath towel per person.
Large Shower room with hand basin and WC. Hot water on demand.
Full gas central heating.
No electricity meters or gas meters.
Decked area with patio furniture for up to 4 people. Ample free parking for up to 2 cars.
Check in time 4:00pm Check out time 12 midday
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cardiff, Nearest railway: Neath|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Further details indoors|
The bedroom has a wardrobe, dressing table and two bedside tables and the bed has under drawer storage.In the living room the sofa bed can sleep up to 2 people, the TV/DVD can also play CD's a small selection of DVD's available at no extra charge.
Dining table seats 4 people.
The kitchen area has pots and pans, cutlery and crockery supplied. The under the counter refridgerator has an ice compartment.
Gas full size hob (4 ring) and electric full size oven.
Vacuum cleaner supplied.
|Further details outdoors|
Large open area to the front with parking facilities. Access to an outside hose upon request for use for bikes etc.
Decked area with patio furniture.
French doors access.
Swimming pool and leisure centre facilities only 5 minutes away by car.
Strictly No Smoking inside the Cabin , however you may smoke outside.
Pets allowed by prior arrangement (chargeable and restrictions apply)
Check in is normally 4:00pm and Check out is 11:00am but please ask for any special requests as we may be able to come to some arrangement.
minimum stay 2 nights all year round with the exception of June , July and August inclusive where 7 nights minimum stay applies.
Ideally suits couples however there is a sofabed in the living room for 2 small children or one adult with an additional charge of £10.00 to cover the cost of linen etc. Please call or email for further info.
The Vale of Glamorgan region
Swansea Welsh: Abertawe, "mouth of the Tawe") is a coastal city and county in Wales. Swansea is in the historic county boundaries of Glamorgan. Situated on the sandy South West Wales coast, the county area includes the Gower Peninsula and the Lliw uplands.
Swansea has a population of about 170,000 and is the second most populated city in Wales after Cardiff and the third most populated county in Wales after Cardiff and Rhondda Cynon Taf. During its 19th century industrial heyday, Swansea was one of the key centres of the world copper industry, earning the nickname 'Copperopolis
Access to Gower Beaches and Brecon Beacons. Swansea is approx 25 minutes by car and Neath is 15 minutes by car.
Dan yr Ogof Showcaves are approx 10 minutes by car. Big Pit is approx 40 minutes by car. Summer time temperatures can reach 19 - 22 degrees C. Pontardawe is approx 5 minutes by car and has numerous pubs, restaurants and takeaways to suit all tastes.
PONT-AR-DAWE, a hamlet in Killybebill parish, in Glamorgan; on the river Tawe, 8 miles N N E of Swansea. it has a post-office, a one-arched-bridge of 80 feet in span over the Tawe, and a church in the decorated English style, with tower and spire 200 feet high, erected in 1860, by J Parsons, Esq.
The Swansea Canal passes through Pontardawe and was constructed by the Swansea Canal Navigation Company between 1794 - 98, measuring some 16 miles long and running from Swansea to Hen Neuadd Abercraf.
There were originally 36 locks on the canal to raise it from sea level at Swansea to 375 feet at Abercraf, and aqueducts at Clydach, Pontardawe, Ynysmeudwy, Ystalyfera, and Cwmgiedd to carry the canal across major rivers.
The canal was constructed to transport coal from the Upper Swansea Valley to Swansea for export, or for use in the metallurgical industries in the Lower Swansea Valley. The period 1830 - 1840 saw the development of towns around the canal; Clydach, Pontardawe, Ynysmeudwy, Ystalyfera, Ystradgynlais, Cwmgiedd, Abercraf came into being as industries developed at those locations.
The name Pontardawe actually means “Bridge on the River Tawe” in Welsh. The stone bridge mentioned was built around 1757 by William Edwards, renowned for building several bridges and even a town in Wales. The bridge was built to connect the parishes of Cilybebyll and Llangiwc, the first church at the village of Llangiwc was built during the sixth century.
Events that take place are Pontardawe Folk Festival mid August. This is an annual event, Cwmtawe 7's rugby is held here in August annually. Dan Yr Ogof Show caves, Oakwood Theme Park, Big Pit, St Fagans and there are Beaches of Rhossilli, Caswell, Langland and Mumbles.
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21 Nov 2014
"A perfect retreat.."
A really lovely Log Cabin, equipped to a a very high standard & spotlessly clean with wonderful views. Our one night stay was nowhere near long enough! The king sized bed is without a doubt the most c… More
17 Apr 2014
"A superb getaway in a beautiful location. Excellent facilities and accomodation."
My wife and baby boy stayed here for five nights in April and we were immediately struck by the beautiful location and views from the log cabin's position high on the hill overlooking the valley.… More
9 Nov 2011
A great place to stay over and location very handy for visiting the Brecons and coastline. Sue and Bob were so friendly and made us feel very welcome. A lovely view and a comfortable nights sleep. The website shows an accurate portrayal or what you will get. Modern, comfortable and reasonably priced.
8 Oct 2011
This is a wonderful, 'get away from it all' location. The log cabin is very well furnished and equipped, very cosy and comfortable. Suitable for up to 3 people, might be a bit of a a squeeze for 4. Owners on hand if you need anything but not intrusive. Wonderful views over Pontardawe and easy access for Brecon, Gower and other tourist sites. We loved it!
We appreciate your comments - Thank you
2 Sep 2011
"Fantastic place and location"
Easy to book, easy to find from directions given. Lovely accommodation and view. Lots of information in cabin places to visit and eat. Very clean modern and comfortable. Nice welcome
Thank you for your comments. We aim to give all our guests a relaxing break in our unique Log cabin and look forward to welcoming them to Wales. Many Thanks
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