Stay at Gower Apartments and enjoy your breakfast with views across the golden sands and grassy headlands of one of Gower’s most picturesque beaches. Spend a day lazing on the beach or walking the nearby coast paths then head to one of the local cafes for an afternoon tea.
You will have to look very hard to find accommodation closer to the beach than Gower Apartments. At high tide the water nearly laps the foot of the building, and a set of private steps from the car park gives guests direct access to the sands of Caswell Bay.
Both self-catering apartments come fully equipped with everything you’ll need for a comfortable stay. Visit the local shops just a short drive away in Mumbles to stock up on local ingredients, or eat out at the nearby cafes and restaurants. Surfside at Caswell serves good coffee and meals throughout the day, while at the nearby Langland Bay you will find the Brasserie, serving modern British cuisine and a full range of drinks options.
Gower Apartments make a great base from which to explore the stunning Gower Peninsula but if you don’t want to travel, you will find more than enough to occupy your time on the beach at Caswell. In summertime the water is calm and great for swimming, fishing or kayaking. Surfers will also find gentle waves here throughout the year, ideal for learning. When the tide recedes it leaves a vast expanse of sand, perfect for beach games, rock pooling or walking. Those who enjoy hiking can explore the well-maintained coast paths. To the west you will find the isolated Brandy Cove and Pwlldu, while a short walk east will take you to Langland Bay.
There are two separate apartments available to rent. The first, 3A, offers accommodation for between 4-6 people, while 2A is slightly smaller, with enough space for 2-4 guests. For larger groups, it is possible to open a connecting door between the two apartments. Free, private parking is included in the price of your stay.
Be aware that during the summertime the minimum stay is one week, but shorter, three night stays are available in the winter months.