Set in the landscaped grounds of Bayview Oxwich leisure park, this
2-bedroom holiday chalet is perfect for a family or group of 4 looking
for a base within walking distance of Oxwich Bay.
Single storey with a sunny patio area, this chalet is light and
welcoming with warm colours flowing throughout.
Offering the best of both worlds, savour the peace and tranquillity of
this idyllic Gower location or head for Oxwich beach offering a host of
watersports along its 2 mile stretch. Flanked by sand dunes and
woodland, this magnificent bay was once branded 'the most beautiful in
Britain' by The Travel Magazine.
The beach is dog-friendly all year round and by facing south east, the
waters are particularly calm. It's also well served with a car park, a
small store, fish and chip shop and tea room. There are toilet's plus a
hotel aptly named the Oxwich Bay at one end serving lunches and dinner,
and a stylish restaurant 'The Beach House' under the new ownership of
some well-respected local restaurateurs.
During high season a water sports club operates from the beach with
everything from doughnut rides to windsurfing and sailing - there's
even a water taxi for those wishing to venture further. And there are
plenty of walks too, across woodland or to other amazing bays including
Port Eynon and neighbouring Tor Bay and Three Cliffs.
Reception/Dining Area: Two 2-seat sofas, a dining table and chairs for
4, flatscreen TV and stereo.
Kitchen: An electric hob, electric oven, microwave and fridge with ice
Bedroom 1: Double bed and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2: 2 x single beds and a wardrobe.
Family Bathroom: 3-piece suite with electric shower over bath.
External: There is a patio with garden furniture. Parking.
**Please note: This property does not have WiFi.**
Sleeps 4: 1 Double, 1 Single with pull-out bed underneath
C/O day - Fri. Electric heating. Bed linen & towels provided. Terrace
with patio furniture. Reserved parking space. No Wifi. 1 pet accepted
(additional charge/s will apply). No smoking
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