Clyne is ideally located for coast, countryside and city life, offering the chance to find the work/life balance that so many look for but very few find. Swansea is home to 32 miles of stunning coastline with over 50 beaches, many with EU Blue Flags and Tidy
Britain Seaside Awards. Swansea Bay itself comprises a 5 mile stretch of shoreline, which is just 5 minutes walk from Clyne, The Houses. A refreshing and uplifting place to take a stroll at any time of year, when the tide is in and the sun is shining, nothing
beats the feeling of living so close to the sea.

Clyne Gardens are nineteenth century, Grade 1 Listed woodland gardens, noted not only for their spring display of rhododendrons and azaleas, but also for their specimen trees, heather beds and wildflower meadows. The gently sloping parkland areas enjoy
sweeping views over Swansea Bay, and Clyne’s forty-eight acres are home to around 2,000 different plants, many of which are unique to the gardens.

Clyne, The Houses are in the heart of Clyne Gardens and sit at the gateway to the Gower peninsula, designated the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956. More than 50 years on, Gower remains one of the most breathtaking swathes of stunning countryside and coast in the UK, boasting dramatic headlands, beautiful bays, sandy coves, rocky inlets and wooded glades.

Despite their peaceful location, Clyne, The Houses are also just 5 minutes drive from Swansea city centre. A dynamic and friendly city with a diverse population of approximately 225,500, Swansea is a city on the move. As it shakes off its old image and enjoys unprecedented levels of investment, you only have to look at the sky-line to see the new confidence in the city.

Several major developments have been completed recently, including the National Waterfront Museum, Liberty Stadium, and Wales National Pool. Ongoing investment in the £400m SA1 Waterfront Development, and the Council’s strategic framework to reinvent the city centre, are acting as a catalyst for the wider regeneration of the area, helping to transform Swansea into a European destination waterfront city.

If you want to know more about what makes Swansea such a great place to live, work, invest and visit, go to:

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To find out more about Clyne, Swansea and Gower, watch our short documentary.


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