During your stay at Streamline Serviced Apartments we hope that you have some time to enjoy all that Swansea, Wales’ Waterfront City, has to enjoy. As the birthplace of world famous Dylan Thomas, this Swansea poet is remembered in a permanent exhibition at the Dylan Thomas Centre.
If you’re without your own car, great public transport links make exploring this fabulous area really straightforward. Whether you want to sample the extensive food and restaurant culture in the city, relax with a coffee or something stronger and take in the Marina atmosphere, or venture towards the beautiful Gower and Mumbles coastline.
Then there’s the city’s sporting culture! Home to the Championship football team Swansea City, and regional rugby team The Ospreys who are based at the Liberty Stadium, which is home not just to rugby but a whole range of great music events.
The Visit Swansea Bay website has a huge amount of resource to make your stay as enjoyable and fulfilling as possible. Take time to explore each page before your visit. From leisure activities to public transport, events, walking, cycling, attractions, activities and beaches; a plethora of information.
Indeed, there’s so much to explore, you’ll need to return time and time again to Streamline Serviced Apartments.
With our serviced accommodation in Neath, you’ll also find some great areas to discover closeby. Afan and the Vale of Neath have dramatic inland landscapes, often called “Waterfall Country”, with some of Wales’ finest waterfalls hidden in the landscape. One such waterfall “Sgwyd yr Eira” (means the “fall of snow” in Welsh) is a waterfall which you can actually walk behind – quite an experience!
Aberdulais Waterfall and Tin Works is a great day out, or you might prefer to give mountain biking a go at Afan Forest Park. Margam Park too, with its impressive expanse of parkland, ornamental gardens, deer park and narrow-guage railway. If an adrenalin rush is what you’re after, try “Go Ape” tree-top and high-wire course.
Instead of us waxing lyrical take a peek at the Neath Valley website and plan out your visit.