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Self Catering accommodation in Craig Cefn Park, Swansea, South Wales - suitable for walkers and cyclists.
4 star self Catering accommodation in Craig Cefn Park, Swansea, South Wales - suitable for walkers and cyclists.
From the minute you enter the private driveway, the wonderful countryside views over the RSPB Nature Reserve greet you!
Both Fir Tree House, Treetops and Ty Llwy are situated in the 1 Acre grounds of Valley View and guests are free to explore the gardens, nature walks or take the path directly from Valley View into the beautiful Cwm Clydach RSPB reserve.
The grounds at Valley View give each unit a private area along with many areas to relax or enjoy the surrounding wildlife.
Can there be anything more enjoyable than a walk through the reserve...ending up at the village pub!
The main house, Valley View, houses a social room where events are often shown on the large screen and groups of guests can arrange to have the room for their very own function should they wish.
Fir Tree House (at Valley View)
Traditional 3 Bedroomed Cottage, one double (en suite), one twin and one single. Enjoys wonderful views over RSPB Reserve.
Secure Private Driveway, private enclosed garden and Independent Access.
CARTREF (Welsh for HOME)
(off-site at the North of the village)
For a family of upto four. Three bedrooms, two of which are double. Situated at the far end of the village just two minutes from Valley View.
TY LLWY (Welsh for SPOON HOUSE)
(at Valley View)
Ideal for the single traveller, couple or small family. Enjoys wonderful views over RSPB Reserve. Secure Driveway and Independent Access.
TREETOPS (at Valley View)
Our latest addition to Valley View
Ideal for the single traveller, couple or small family. As the name suggests, Treetops enjoys wonderful views over RSPB Reserve and surrounding countryside. Secure Driveway and Independent Access.
The Area of Mawr
Mawr is an area which is largely rural with beautiful views and fantastic open spaces to explore.
One of Swansea's largest community wards, it is also one of the least populated.
History is not confined to the the industrial coal heritage, you may be surprised to learn that the first ever mobile phone was developed by a past resident!
Refered to as the 'Gower of the Hills', Mawr boasts Swansea's highest point (views of Brecon, Gower Swansea Neath Afan and Devon), the Cwm Clydach Bird Reserve and the Lliw Reservoir area which is noted for it's wildlife, walking, fishing and visitor centre.
The MAWR TRUST is active in protecting and enhancing the activities on offer in the area and operates an adventure centre and walking club.