Chalet in Caswell, Swansea, Gower Peninsula, Wales - short walk from sandy beach and stunning coastal walks
About Mark Sheehan
We spent many happy weekends at Beachcombers Rest with the children during school holidays and summer weekends. However the children have now flown the nest and living in Swansea ourselves found the chalet was underused which given it's location was a real shame. This is now our fifth year of letting and we use the income generated to maintain the chalet and make improvements year on year. We hope that those who chose to stay will go home with similar happy memories to those that we have. If you have any questions about the chalet or the area please do not hesitate to contact us. Mark & Caroline
Mark Sheehan purchased this Chalet in 2002
Why Mark Sheehan chose Newton
Caswell Bay is is such a beautiful bay with a sandy beach and lots of small rock pools. Children love it and those who want a more secluded spot can walk around the bay and find a quiet spot to sun bathe and read.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Caswell Bay Chalet
4 visit The Gower
Very good property, a short walk to a good, clean sandy beach. A short drive (5 minutes or so) to local amenities, i.e. shops, pub, garage (which sadly I needed), and petrol station. Plenty of woodland walks nearby as well. Surprised how good Swansea is. Lovely marina, good shops, plenty of parking.
Couldn't want for anything else
The chalet was clean, comfortable and well equipped. The little extras made all the difference. The thoughtfulness of the owners was much appreciated. Thank you foe a very enjoyable stay. We will be back.
Irene and Bob
Will look forward to seeing you again - thank you for your kind words.
Very good stay
Very nice location close to the sandy beach
Lovely comfortable and restful stay and only a four minute walk to a lovely clean safe beach
The chalet was bright, comfortable and very clean in a lovely peaceful location; with great decking to enjoy the sun. The beds/mattresses were probably the best we have ever experienced when away from home. Some nice touches to greet us on arrival with milk and a delicious chocolate cake waiting to be enjoyed in the fridge . So quiet at night that we had some rather late starts 💤�💤�We will certainly book a
Thank you for your kind comments especially regarding the beds - we did read a lot of mattress reviews before purchasing them - although there is nothing like your own bed we want to try and make sure you get a good nights sleep on your holiday!
Accomodation is fully equipped with everything you need and lots of books, activities and games. Beach is literally 5 minutes walk and lovely and sandy and a nice costal walk.
we are glad you were happy with everything we provided and were able to enjoy the beach and coastal walks - you certainly had the good Easter weather!
Caswell Bay is a five minute walk away and is ideal for swimming and surfing. There are also secluded areas for those who want to relax. There are refreshment kiosks, toilets, showers and a life guard on duty during the summer months. Note that dogs are not allowed on this beach from April- September inclusive. There are other beaches in driving distance that will allow dogs.
A car is essential if you wish to sight see the surrounding area. There is a regular bus service into Swansea a 5 minute walk away. There are rail and bus stations and the city is only a ten minute drive from the M4. Cardiff is approx 45 minutes away and London approx 4 hours by car.
The quaint seaside town of Mumbles is a 10 minute drive away or for the more energetic by walking along the coastal path from Caswell Bay. There is an intermittent bus from the Bay to Mumbles and Swansea. Mumbles has a wonderful selection of specialist shops. There are 2 supermarkets in the town along with a Post Office.
Swansea is 20 minutes away by car and is a thriving city hosting many big high street names as well as independent boutiques, specialist shops and traditional arcades.
The Liberty Stadium hosts premiership football with Swansea City and Magners League Rugby with the Ospreys.
If Swansea isn’t big enough for you! Then Cardiff the capital of Wales is within easy striking distance and can be reached by road or rail. The city boasts the magnificent Millennium Stadium and the Millennium Centre both of which also host major concerts and sporting events throughout the year. St Davids shopping centre is one of the top 5 shopping destinations in the UK.
Waterpark Swansea’s premier indoor water park featuring an exciting network of pools, rides and slides.
Swimming at Wales National Pool
National Waterfront Museum telling the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years.
Swansea Museum (Free admission)
Plantasia From insects, reptiles, fish and monkeys to bananas, pineapple plants, prickly cacti and giant bamboo - Plantasia has it all, and is perfect for that unique family day out, no matter what the weather!
The Egypt Centre based at Swansea University displays a wide range of Egyptian antiquities suitable for young and old alike. (Free admission)
Techniquest Where can you launch a hot air balloon, blast a rocket, create an electrical circuit and watch a colony of ants at work all in one day? Techniquest - the hands-on science centre in Cardiff Bay.
The Vue Cinema in Swansea has 12 different screens with up to date projection and audio visual technology.
The Grand Theatre in Swansea hosts a variety of shows and exhibitions throughout the year.
Swansea is a great place to shop and hosts many big high street names as well as independent boutiques, specialist shops and traditional arcades.
Travel further afield to St David’s in Cardiff which is the leading shopping and leisure destination for Wales. Swansea . Mid-way between Swansea and Cardiff you’ll find the Bridgend Designer Outlet Shopping Mall with over 90 Designer Stores and a multiplex cinema.