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Oxwich Bay

Swansea Holiday Bungalow Sleeps 1 to 4, 2 bedrooms £250 to £425 per week

This semi-detached, two-bedroom bungalow is situated in a secluded holiday park with spectacular views. It is within easy walking distance of Oxwich Bay and local amenities.

Accommodation

Furnished to a high standard, it sleeps four comfortably (one double, one twin bedroom).

Allocated parking at side of bungalow. No pets allowed and no smoking. Electricity is supplied via a £1 coin meter. Hot water by immersion heater. There is heating in all rooms. Cot and highchair available.

The kitchen is fully equipped with electric cooker, washer/dryer, microwave and fridge. The lounge/dining area is comfortably furnished with sofa, easy chairs, television/DVD player, CD player/radio, dining table and chairs. Laminate flooring throughout, heating by electric. The large patio window opens out onto a small paved area with table and chairs.

Bedrooms: All bed linen is supplied. There are electric convector heaters in both rooms. Bedroom one has a double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Bedroom two has two single divan beds, wardrobe and drawers.

The bathroom has toilet, washbasin and bath with overhead electric shower. Towels not supplied.

Local Area

Oxwich is located on the south of the Gower Peninsula approximately 15 miles from Swansea. The three mile stretch of sandy beach curves around the bay with the rocky headland of Oxwich Point to the right and the Great Tor to the left.

Oxwich village has a fine hotel and pub, the Oxwich Bay Hotel, a general store with cafe and a bus stop with a local service to Swansea and parts of the Gower.

The Gower Peninsula is located on the South Wales coast, UK. In 1956, this small peninsula 18 by 5 miles was first place in the UK to be officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Containing some of the most unspoilt and beautiful scenery in South Wales it has such a combination of natural beauty, history and customs that at first sight it is impossible for the visitor to appreciate its full potential.

From the heights of Cefn Bryn, panoramic views of the northern shores can be seen across to the Loughor Estuary and Camarthenshire.

To the south, many bays and beaches of the southern coast line stretch out before you, and beyond, the Bristol Channel and Devon.