Step into luxury living in this two bedroom apartment, situated in the ideal picturesque heart of the city, overlooking the waterfront in Swansea.
A cosy feeling greets you at the door as you walk through to a delightful open-plan living space.
Relax in the comfortable chairs which crowd around the TV or take an elevated position out on the balcony and behold fantastic views of the colourful harbour below, catching the glisten from the sun bouncing off the cool water.
Enjoy a refreshing drink after a long day exploring the local area and enjoy your evening meal over the dining table inside.
The kitchen is wonderfully appointed for your every need.
Indulge a peaceful night's rest in either the double room which features a lovely en-suite shower or the twin room.
Bustling with vibrancy, the city below awaits your presence in its fine restaurants, busy shops and lively bars.
For a quiet stroll head to one of the relaxing beaches and absorb the spectacular scenery.
Swansea Bay features a promenade, tidal lagoon & outdoor recreational activities and the National Waterfront Museum is right on the doorstep with modern displays on the Welsh industry and innovation.
For those who enjoy learning about history, visit Swansea Castle or even Oystermouth Castle at the bay.
This is a lovely apartment with many surrounding attractions to be enjoyed the year-round.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite double shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Port Talbot 10 miles; Cardiff 33 miles.
Swansea, on the South Wales coastline, offers a vibrant city centre with a choice of retail chain shops plus a great variety of local, individual shops too. With a leisure park, a theatre, a marina, superb eating places, a thriving night life and sandy beaches on the doorstep, it really is quite a unique city to visit. From busy shopping days and late nights out to relaxing walks on the beaches, you have it all here. Mumbles and the Gower beckon you to enjoy the coast path and beaches. From small little coves to the vast Rhossilli beach and Worms Head, the scenery is spectacular any time of year. Great sporting days can be enjoyed watching football or rugby in Swansea or in nearby Llanelli or Cardiff. Festivals, concerts, guided walks and so much more in this beautiful part of Wales mean a holiday here will bring fond memories and make you want to return again and again.