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The Redcliffe apartment has a fantastic vantage point for views of Caswell Bay, voted one of the most beautiful beaches on Gower, SOUTH WALES just west of Swansea, with its ancient cypress trees, rivers and lush cliffs. It also has the advantage of being close to Mumbles village with its cafes, bistros, harbour, pier and lighthouse -only an hour's walk along the cliff path with fabulous views all the way.
Access is via private gated drive and there is spacious parking right on Caswell Bay. The balcony views are spectacular at any time of the day or year and it is often possible to see the Devon coast & enjoy gorgeous sunset skies.There is direct access to walks along the Gower coastal path and inland along beautiful valleys. Golfers and horse riders are visible on the headlands and there are numerous facilities for such recreation. Caswell has every type of watersport including surfing, kayaking, as well as caving, cycling, rock pooling and fishing. The fully manned lifeguards' hut provides safe bathing and surfing
Summer: The Redcliffe apartment in Caswell Bay is the perfect place to have a relaxing holiday. The views are spectacular- you can watch all the beach activities from the 3rd floor balcony and enjoy strolls on the beach which forms part of the South Gower footpath, hikes along every coastal path and every manner of water sport. The sunrise and sunset skies are magnificent. Enjoy a breakfast or evening meal on the balcony.
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Spring Autumn and Winter: The apartment affords a fabulous vantage point to watch the ever interesting tidal changes and to explore Gower. Many guests use the apartment as a base for exploring further afield or visiting the many interesting heritage sites in Swansea, The Brecon Beacons, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. The cosy flame glow fire will make you feel at home in the evenings and even in winter the mild microclimate of Caswell Bay will enable you to sit outside and enjoy the fresh air when the sunshine's.
Weather and natural environment: The South coast of Gower has an extremely mild climate. Caswell Bay in particular enjoys a sheltered location tucked behind its westerly headland- a unique microclimate. The sun shines on more than 260 days and if there is a storm or rain it soon clears up , usually bringing a fresh weather system from the South West. The vegetation in the sheltered bays and valleys of South Gower reflect this equable climate and the vegetation is lush and abundant. Perfumed wild flowers abound in spring, gorse and heather blanketing the cliff tops and headlands and the coves have verdant fields and river valleys and wild garlic blossom as well as elegant cypress trees.
The tidal range in Caswell Bay means that there is always an opportunity to explore the rock pools and caves that line the sandy beach at low tide. Starfish, anemones and crabs as well and limpet and mussel fields are exciting to discover amongst the caves and platforms. At low tide it is possible to take the beach route to nearby beaches like Langland. There are also excellent concreted paths to Langland and its brasserie.
|Jun 26 - Sep 10, 2021||Summer||
|Sep 11 - Oct 8, 2021||Late Summer||
|Oct 9- Oct 29, 2021||Autumn||
|Oct 30-Dec 10||Late Autumn||
|Dec 11 2021- 7 Jan 2022||Festive Season||
|Jan 8-Jan 28 2022||Winter||
|29 Jan--11 feb||Early spring||
|12 feb-18 feb||Valentines||
|19 feb-18 mar||Early Spring||
£95/nt £ 470/wk
|19 mar- 1 apr||Spring||
£105/nt £ 540/wk
|2 apr- 6 may||Easter||
|7 may-27 may||Late spring||
£110/nt £ 570/wk
|28 may-8 july||Early summer||
|9 july-9 sept||Summer||
|10 sept-30 sept||Late summer||
|1 oct-4 nov||Autumn||
|5 nov-9 dec||Late autumn||
|10 dec-31 dec||Festive season||
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