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Brandy Cwtch, Bishopston - Ref: 675

From £275 to £430 per week
Bedrooms 1
Sleeps 2
Sat Changeover

Property Overview

Brandy Cwtch is a delightful, 1-bedroom apartment adjoining the owners house. Tastefully furnished and decorated, Brandy Cwtch is absolutely perfect for couples looking for a walking and beach getaway. 

This light, airy and wonderfully styled property is perfectly located for the breath-taking beaches of Caswell Bay, Brandy Cove and Pwll Du. You will also be spoilt for choice when it comes to your evening meal with a choice of 3 establishments all within walking distance of Brandy Cwtch. The village of Bishopston also has a well-stocked convenience store and a reputable surf shop for all of your beach goodies.


Ground Floor

Utility/Kitchen/Diner: Electric cooker and oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine. Dining area complete with bar stools.

Lounge: 2-seater sofa, flatscreen TV, CD player, DVD player and WiFi.

Shower Room: WC, wash hand basin/vanity unit, corner shower.

Bedroom: King size bed, drawer space and clothes rail.

External: Driveway to the front allows parking for 1 car along with a convenient seating area. To the rear there is access to a shared garden (with owner) complete with partial privacy screen, recycling area and bistro styled dining set overlooking a lawn and flower beds.

**NOTE** Please be aware that the owner keeps both cats and a dog at her home.

Sleeps 2: 1 King

C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Off road parking. No pets. No smoking

4 Star Self Catering Award


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