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Gower Coast Guest Accommodation & Apartments, Swansea, South Wales

Gower Coast Guest Accommodation & Apartments
Station Road

South Wales


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Easily reached from junction 47 of the M4 motorway, The newly opened Gower Coast (Guest Accommodation & Apartments) is ideally located for a stress free break to explore the spectacular scenery of the Gower Peninsula. Britain’s first designated area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Not forgetting an excellent location for business travellers visiting Swansea, Llanelli or the Carmarthen area. This stylish, privately owned 10 bedroom, plus 10 apartment guest accommodation is situated in the North Gower village of Penclawdd. An area most famous for cockles, gathered from the beds in the low tide saltings. Being located alongside the Penclawdd estuary, the area is abundant with marine and bird life – whatever the season. Swansea City is just 15 minute drive away whilst many of Gower’s most beautiful beaches are just a short drive. Accommodation All our rooms at Gower Coast are extremely large and contemporary. Having a relaxing stress free feel about them - with white crisp bed linen and white soft towels. All rooms are en-suite and contain tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers - not forgetting TV's with freeview, dvd machines and super-king size beds. Our rates - based on room only, which are all per room per night (inclusive of VAT).Our one bed apartments are great value and have one double bedroom, seperate bathroom with bath and shower, lounge (with sofa bed) kitchen / diner. We also have a plasma screen tv with freeview and a dvd player located in the lounge.

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