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Low Kiln Bank

Slade -
Ref: 24B
From £370 to £650 per week
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Property Overview

Bedrooms 1
Sleeps 2
Sat Changeover

Low Kiln Bank is a wonderfully contemporary holiday home just a short walk from Slade Bay, Gower. Set in the grounds of High Kiln Bank but within its' own self-contained garden, the property offers stylish living for 2 people in a very tranquil setting.

Slade Bay or 'The Sands' as it is otherwise known is just a 5-minute stroll down the valley. Slade Bay is a quiet bay which is safe for bathing and has many rock pools to explore. Oxwich Bay can be reached by car or on foot.


Ground Floor

Bedroom: King size bed and a large chest of drawers with en suite a WC, basin and shower.

A spiral staircase takes you up to the open plan living area.

First Floor

Fitted units with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, and microwave.

Lounge: 2-seat sofa and 1 easy chair, TV with Freesat and DVD. There is also a table and chairs for 2 people.

External: The property has a balcony with a superb glass balustrade to enhance the sea view and a table and chairs.

Sleeps 2: 1 King

C/O day - Sat. Oil CH. Bed linen and towels provided. WiFi. Off road parking. Sea views. No pets. No smoking

**Please note** Care should be taken in the garden as there is a sharp drop to the rear of the property where it is cut into the bank.

**A refundable bond is required for this property**

4 Star Self Catering Award


  • Balcony
  • Bed Linen
  • Wi-Fi
  • En Suite
  • Freezer
  • Full sea view
  • Garden
  • Towels Incl
  • Wash/Dryer

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