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6_22 Summercliffe Park

Caswell -
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From £285 to £555 per week
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Property Overview

Bedrooms 2
Sleeps 6
Sat Changeover

A well-presented, 2-bedroom holiday chalet set in the landscaped gardens of Summercliffe Chalet Park - the perfect accommodation for families and beach lovers. Just a short walk away is Caswell Bay, one of the most popular 'blue flag' family beaches on Gower. There are beach shops and an excellent cafe at the entrance to Caswell Bay, whilst a village shop and pub are only a few minutes away in the car at Newton.  

The village of Mumbles is just 5 minutes more away with all its amenities, shops and restaurants. The City of Swansea, with all its attractions is at the other end of Swansea Bay. Caswell is part of the outstanding countryside of the Gower Peninsula.


Ground Floor

Kitchen: Ceramic hob with electric oven under, under the counter fridge, microwave and portable radio. Breakfast bar and 2 stools.

Lounge/Diner: Wall-mounted TV, 3-seat sofa, dining table with 6 chairs and patio doors leading to a small paved area.

Bedroom 1: Double bed and small fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom 2: 2 sets of bunk beds and a chest of drawers.

Bathroom: Shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.

External: Allocated parking space for 1 car alongside chalet.

Sleeps 6:1 Double, 2 Sets of Bunk beds (same room)

C/O day - Sat. Electric heating. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Reserved parking. No pets. No smoking


  • Bed Linen
  • Wi-Fi

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