The Alexander

Guest Accommodation in Abertawe, Glamorgan

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

3 Sketty Road Uplands
Abertawe
Glamorgan
Wales
SA2 0EU

The Alexander , Abertawe

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Accommodation Description:

At the privately owned Alexander Guest House we offer a friendly welcome to all our guests. Service is efficient with special attention given to the comfort of all guests. We have a good knowledge of the local area and can advise about the many local places of interest.There is a non-smoking policy in operation throughout the building and a small licensed lounge bar for guests.The Guest House is situated on the edge of Uplands where a good range of local amenities are at hand.

 4 star rating

From: £35.00

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