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132 Eaton Crescent Swansea SA1 4QR United Kingdom
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Description The Crescent
The City Centre and popular Grand Theatre are 15-minute walk away Brangwyn Hall is just 5-minute walk and Swansea University Wales National Pool and Singleton Hospital are all approximately a 25-minute walk.The Uplands area is well served by many locally run shops and has a diverse range of excellent restaurants to suit all tastes. Whether visiting Swansea on business enjoying Gower's award-winning beaches walking along the scenic coastal path of the Gower Peninsula visiting one of the glorious country parks or playing golf on one of the many beautiful courses.In order to make your stay as comfortable as possible all rooms are maintained to the highest possible standards. We have six comfortable rooms located on the 1st and 2nd floors; three have expansive City and sea views of Swansea Bay. All of our rooms have modern shower en suites flat screen televisions with Freeview satellite channels. The rooms have either standard-sized double or twin beds or super-king beds. The family suite has a super-king bed plus in an adjoining room a set of full-size bunk beds. We have a cot available for babiestoddlers.Business visitors can make use of the free Wi-Fi internet access; and there is a desk chair and work lamp in all rooms.Situated on the 1st floor there is a glass-roofed atrium surrounded by original stained glass windows where guests can sit comfortably on a settee or chairs. Here we offer a selection of tourist information.Breakfast is served in our bright dining room. You can select from our range of fruit cereal yoghurts and juices. Then indulge in Andy's porridge traditional English breakfast or lighter cooked options. We are happy to cater for special dietary needs please discuss these with us when booking. There is good on street parking available also we have a private car park for your car motorbike or bicycle if required. The Crescent is a non-smoking establishment.PLEASE NOTE - earliest check-in is 1600.
Built in 1790 for an Indian merchant, John Pinney, the Georgian House gives an insight to life in the 18th century. Pinney's slave, Pero, later gave his name to the Bridge at the Harbourside. Inside the Georgian House there is an exhibit on Pinney's involvement in the sugar trade and Pero his slave.
It is situated in the Bristol town centre. Admission is free, and there are 11 rooms to visit, extended over four floors, making it inaccessible for wheelchairs. Opening hours are from 10h00 to 17h00 daily, except on Thursdays and Fridays when it is closed.
Bristol's Red Lodge
This 400 year old Elizabethan house can be visited. It was originally a lodge to the Great House where Queen Elizabeth stayed once. The Red Lodge is the last existing example of 16th century rooms in the city and home to some fine oak-panelled rooms, such as the Great Oak Room and the Small Oak Room. During the 18th century the house was modernised and from 1854 on it was used as the first girls' reform school in the county. The school was set up by Mary Carpenter, one of the rooms in the Lodge is dedicated to her memory. The seven rooms that can be visited reflect the history of the house. The rooms contain examples of Elizabethan and Georgian style interior design and there is an exhibition room which reminds of the time when the building served as a school.
There is also a Elizabethan-style walled knot garden on the grounds. The garden is accessible and features herbaceous borders and a replica of the pattern that can be seen on the lodge's bedroom ceiling. The plants in the garden are the same which would have been used in an English garden of the early 17th century.
Opening hours are from Saturday to Wednesday 10am to 17pm.
Admission is free.
Doctor Who Up Close
This exhibition, which was launched in 2005 and has since been proclaimed "the No 1. Attraction in Cardiff ", is open daily from 11h00 to 20h00. On display are a variety of props, costumes and other paraphernalia from the show. A retrospective of its history since 1963 is also provided and features both old and new models from the series.
It is located opposite the Welsh Millennium Centre and can be reached by bus from Cardiff Central Station. Tariffs are £5.00 Adults, £3.50 Children and Concessions, £14.00 Family Ticket and parking is provided. Facilities also include a shop.
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