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The Cabin is a detached lodge placed near the South Wales town of Pontardawe. It provides one king-size bedroom and a shower room, with a sofa bed in the living area the property can sleep up to four people. The interior also comes with an open-plan living area with a kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area. To the outside you will find plenty of off road parking, a decked veranda with furniture and an enclosed lawn with a hot tub. The Cabin is a stylish property in a wonderfully remote location.Note: A 100 Good Housekeeping Bond applies to booking at this property.
A town in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. Pontardawe provides a range of amenities including an arts centre and number of pubs, the Swansea Canal runs along the town. It sits in an spot for exploring South Wales, in between the Brecon Beacons National Park and Swansea. The Afan Forest Park is nearby and offers walking and cycling trails as well as a mining museum.
All ground floor. One king-size double bed. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area and sofabed.
Swansea County is home to varying contrasts, from its city and countryside atmosphere to its grand parkland and thrashing surf. The county also has an impressive history, especially the city of Swansea, Wales’ city by the sea. The city has Viking roots as well as an eventful and intriguing past. It is now home to impressive attractions and is a vibrant cultural centre, it also is renowned for having a lively night life and is the regions shopping hub. As well as a city atmosphere, Swansea County can also offer charming seaside resorts and villages such as Mumbles where you will find boutique galleries, snug cafes and some fine dining. The very south of Swansea is named the Gower Peninsula; this awesome peninsula boasts unspoilt award-winning beaches and beautiful green countryside. To the east of the peninsula and to the south of Swansea city is Swansea Bay. To the east of this bay is the beautiful waterfall country of Afan and the Vale of Neath, a haven for walkers and cyclists alike. If you’re interested in doing some sightseeing on your stay then why not visit Oystermouth Castle, Swansea Museum, the National Waterfront Museum or Aberdulais Tin works and Waterfall. On the other hand if history and heritage isn’t really your thing then some family fun can be had at Gnoll Estate Country Park or Gower coast adventures. For outdoorsy types looking to take in the sea air there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy fantastic activities such as Go Ape at Margam, mountain biking, surfing, climbing, fishing, golfing, kite surfing and much more. You may even choose to join a multi-activity company and try a little bit of everything! To make sure the fun continues at your holiday accommodation for the time of your stay, search Luxury accommodation with games room or Luxury accommodation with swimming pool.