Oxwich Leisure Park Chalet Ref: MD Swansea - The chalet is withing walking distance of Oxwich Bay and Three Cliffs Bay, and within a short drive of many other beaches, including Port Eynon, Mewslade, Rossili, Llangenith, Langland and Caswell. Boat trips and water sports are available from several p
This comfortable two bedroom chalet is well furnished, double glazed and has heating available throughout for cooler times. There is a lounge/diner with two new leather two seater sofas, coffee tables, a dining table and chairs, an HD colour TV, an electric coal effect fire, and large patio doors looking out over the edge of the bay and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
The modern fitted kitchen is fully equipped, including an electric fan oven, and ceramic hob with an overhead extractor fan, a microwave oven, kettle, toaster and coffee machine. There are plenty of pots and pans, crockery, cutlery, etc. In the bathroom there is an electric shower over the bath, an electric heating panel with towel rails attached, an electric shaver point and a large mirror.
We have provided a hairdryer, clothes airers, and an iron and ironing board if you should need them. Electricity usage is included in the price of the holidays as we don't ask our guests to pay extra for this through a coin meter.
The double bedroom has a wardrobe, chest of drawers and large dressing mirror, and the twin bedroom has two 3' beds, a bedside table, a wardrobe, and a large mirror. We have supplied mattress protectors, pillows with protectors, duvets, blankets and bedspreads, but linen is not supplied.
There is a smoke detector, fire blanket, and first aid kit for your safety and peace of mind, and a Guest Information Book and an extensive collection of brochures and leaflets about some of the many tourist attractions in the area.
Outside the lounge is a raised patio with a large table, 4 chairs and parasol so you can sit outside and enjoy a meal if you wish or just relax and admire the spectacular view. There are trellis planters either side of the patio to give you some privacy without spoiling your view.
There a sensor operated light by the patio door for your safety at night, and the allocated parking is just a few yards away. There are large lawned areas in sight of the chalet for your children to play in safety.
The chalet is available from 3.30pm on the day of arrival, and should be vacated by 10.30am on the day of departure. Mid-week and weekend breaks are often available out of high season.
OXWICH LEISURE PARK (March to October inc.)
Set on a gently sloping hillside and peacefully overlooking the splendour of Oxwich Bay, this beautifully landscaped site lies on the edge of the lovely old village of Oxwich, only a few minutes walk from a clean sandy beach and National Nature Reserve, and surrounded by the magnificent Gower scenery which is so popular with walkers and nature lovers, although it is only about twenty minutes drive from Swansea.
In the village is a General Store/Off Licence/Café and a lovely old church in the woods. With a patio garden on the edge of the bay, the Oxwich Bay Hotel, which is about five minutes walk from the chalet, serves meals and snacks all day, all year round. Boat trips are bookable at the carpark by the beach.
:: The Gower Peninsula
With its wonderful and varied landscape and scenic coatline, the Gower Peninsula was the first place in Britain to be designated as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' (AONB) by the Countryside Agency on behalf of the UK Government, and is one of only five within Wales. Not surprisingly, such an enclosed peninsula surrounded by the Bristol Sea and Atlantic Ocean, has become a haven for some of the richest wildlife and varied habitats in the UK, especially at the Oxwich Nature Reserve.
Scattering the landscape are historic reminders of past 'Gowerians', from castles, medieval churches, iron age fortifications, and prehistoric standing stones. This is all set in an awe-inspiring natural backdrop of hills, valleys, beaches, clifftops, commons, woodland, dunes, marshes and caves. With its history, stretching back as far as Lower Paleolithic times (250,000 BC), long-established stories, whether folklore, legend or fact, are plentiful and furnish the rich and delightful tapestry of Gower.