|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Modern 2 bedroom apartment ,large balcony overlooking the sea.
The professionally designed Apartment has beautiful sea views
There is access to Amazon Prime films ,Smart TV ,You View ,BT ,Nespresso coffee machine.
The apartment is brand new and all furniture has recently been purchased.
Porcelain tiles between bedrooms and living areas elongate sight lines make it feel like one continuous space.
This apartment has modernist furniture .
Leading from the living room are spacious balconies with stunning sea views enabling you to enjoy the glorious sunsets .
I have always loved the sea ,and when the opportunity arose to purchase apartments in the beautiful Machynys Bay we didn't hesitate ,property following the resounding success of Gower View 1.
From early August we will be making the Penthouse available .
Keith Phelps purchased this apartment in 2015
When the plans came out about 5 years ago from the developer Charles Church I new the exact location of the apartments that I wished to purchase and am very fortunate to own a portfolio of properties in this fantastic location.
We have travelled well in the past and have stayed in some of the best hotels worldwide and in Europe.
We have also stayed in luxury apartments in Europe and wished to replicate the experience in our offering to our guests.
We have sourced our furniture and fittings and had professional guidance in our designs.
We arrived at the start of our honeymoon and was greeted by Keith & Wendy who handed over the keys. The apartment was spacious brand new contemporary with stunning views everything you needed was there including a lovely welcome pack. With plenty of shops local and eating venues well worth the price would visit again.
Thanks for taking the time to review our Holiday Home. As one of our first guests we are delighted that everything was to your satisfaction . We hope to see you again in the future. Keith & Wendy
Lovely views and a very warm welcome. Nice place to unwind and relax. Thank you!
We stayed at GowerView2 in mid-September during a spell of rather nice weather which was arranged for us by Keith the owner who lives nearby. The Apt. met expectations 100% and even a little more. Modern, clean, well equipped (everything we wanted except for a dustpan and brush!) and South-facing, located overlooking the coastal path and estuary. A fascinating place to watch the tides ebb and flow (and they are quick tides) and the estuary birds.
If you like walking / biking on the coastal path, this place is for you. Otherwise, there's not much in the immediate vicinity. We spent our time walking the path or driving to Llanelli station and catching a train for day trips - Pembroke Castle being the favourite day trip with half the journey along the estuary, before the train moves inland.
If you are happy with a break like that, in very comfortable surrounds, then this place is for you.
Keith and Wendy, the owners, made us very welcome and the chilled wine was a lovely touch. The apartment is very modern and well equipped but the best feature is the views over the sea from the lounge and bedroom - stunning sunsets. There are bikes available as the Millenium Cycle Path is on the door step. The owners even accommodated our request to make the twin beds into a double, which was very much appreciated. Highly recommend this apartment.
This is a beautiful apartment, which was a lovely place to retreat to when the Welsh weather made it difficult to go out for the day!
We would recommend this property for a cosy winter stay, where you are looking for a home from home. However, the area was not really suitable for a fortnight's summer holiday, as there simply wasn't enough to do there. There is no beach by the property, just miles and miles of mud flats at low tide! However, Pembrey Beach a 10 minute drive away was lovely (£5 per day entry fee). A cold, gale force wind whips round the balcony, so we never sat out on it. The owners, Keith and Wendy, are friendly and helpful and live close by. We had a very good meal at the local restaurant, Sosban, which we would recommend. Kidwelly and Laugharne Castles are also worth a visit.
In short, great property, disappointing location.
Keith and Wendy are lovely and couldn't of done enough for us. The apartment was spotless, modern and fully equipped.
The lovely touch when we opened the fridge was a couple of drinks,some chocolates and some milk, T and Coffee in the cupboard really made us feel at home and went down a treat.
The location is beautiful, sea views from all windows, lovely to see the sunset in the evening on the balcony.
Parking space dedicated to the apartment which made life easy, no need to go looking for parking after a day out.
Will definitely be back
My partner and I had a fabulous time in this wonderful seaside apartment despite the very, very wet weather. We particularly enjoyed the nearby Millennium coastal walk which took us from Llanelli to Port Burry and beyond. The apartment is well equipped - has everything that we need. Thank you, Keith and Wendy. We can thoroughly recommend it.
Cefn Sidan beach, Pembrey, Carmarthenshire,
Cefn Sidan beach stretches for a stunning eight miles along the southern fringes of Carmarthenshire’s coastline.
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Welcome to Llanelli Wetland Centre
Hand feed the rarest goose in the world, see colourful flamingos, go bug hunting or pond dipping, enjoy bird watching from the hides and explore the reserve to see butterflies, dragonflies and more!
Carmarthenshire is steeped in myth and legend and home to some of the most authentic and atmospheric castles in Europe...
Thousands of visitors a year are now making their way to south west Wales to discover the breathtaking Millennium Coastal Park. Everyone who comes to the award-winning park leaves with a lasting memory of its scale and beauty. In just over 10 years, the 22 kilometres of coastline along the Loughor estuary has been transformed into a unique array of tourist attractions, wildlife habitats and leisure facilities.
Birds love Carmarthen Bay ,the species and numbers of birds that overwinter on Wales'largest expanse of salt marsh have given it a global significance in terms of bird habitat.
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