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The Annexe At 53, Bishopston - Ref: 654

From £290 to £470 per week
1 Pet
Bedrooms 1
Sleeps 2
Sat Changeover

Property Overview

Built in 2005, this annexe (located in the grounds of the main house) offers very comfortable accommodation for 2 people. Well-located in the village of Bishopston it offers easy access to Gower, Mumbles and the nearby beaches. The annexe is just a 10 minute walk through Bishop's Wood nature reserve to Caswell Bay, and a 15 minute walk to the secluded Brandy Cove or beautiful Pwll Du.

Bishopston has 3 pubs all serving good quality food and real ales - the fully refurbished Plough and Harrow in particular provides contemporary fine dining. The village also has a supermarket, and a surf shop where surf equipment can be hired.


Ground Floor:  Open plan kitchen/lounge/diner, bedroom and bathroom.

Lounge: Two 2-seat leather sofas, flatscreen TV and DVD player and a CD player.

Dining Room: Table and chairs for 4.

Kitchen: A washing machine, 4-ring gas hob, fridge with icebox, small table top oven with grill and a microwave.

Bedroom: Double bed, mirrored wardrobes and bedside tables. There are also double doors into the courtyard.

Bathroom: Bath with shower over, WC and basin.

External: Off road parking for 2 cars and a small courtyard with astroturf and patio furniture for 2.

Sleeps 2: 1 Double

C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Off road parking for 2 vehicles. 1 small pet accepted. No smoking

4 Star Self Catering Award


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