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901 Redcliffe Apartments

Caswell Bay -
Ref: 901
From £320 to £590 per week
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Property Overview

Bedrooms 1
Sleeps 2
Sat Changeover

A pleasant ground floor, 1-bedroom holiday apartment overlooking the family friendly beach of Caswell Bay, accessed from the patio. 

The Redcliffe apartments are situated in a unique coastal position overlooking Caswell Bay - each apartment has sea views. There is a lawned area to the front of the building with private access to the beach, (manned by lifeguards from Easter to September) making it an ideal family holiday location.

The village of Mumbles is just a 5 minute car journey away with all its amenities, shops and restaurants. The city of Swansea, with all its attractions, and the outstanding countryside of the Gower Peninsula are within close proximity.


Ground Floor

Reception/Dining Area: Bed settee (bed linen and towels not provided for sofa bed), 2 x occasional chairs, a dining table and 4 chairs and a TV.

Kitchen: Well-appointed with storage units, electric cooker, fridge with icebox and microwave.

Bedroom: 2 x single beds and storage.

Shower Room: Step in shower cubicle with handrails, wash hand basin and WC.

External: Patio area with garden furniture.

**Please note: This property does not have WiFi.**

Sleeps 2/4: 1 Twin, 1 Sofa bed 
C/O day - Sat. Electric heating. Bed linen & towels provided for twin beds only (not provided for the sofa bed). Off-road parking. No WiFi. No pets. No smoking


  • Bed Linen
  • Freezer
  • Full sea view
  • Towels Incl

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