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Directions - MERCURE SWANSEA HOTEL, Swansea

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Phoenix Way , Swansea, SA7 9EG
Enjoy the tranquil lake views at the Mercure Swansea Hotel, a gateway to the Brecon Beacons and Gower Peninsula. This 3 star Swansea hotel is set in landscaped grounds, 5 km from Swansea city centre. Internet access and satellite TV are available in the 119 contemporary rooms. The Brasserie and Bar welcome you after a day exploring the countryside. Wind down in the indoor heated pool or work out in the fitness centre. 9 flexible meeting rooms welcome up to 100 delegates or guests.
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Nearest AirportCardiff - 40 miles.

By Rail
Nearest StationSwansea - 4 miles.

By Road
From the M4 (Westbound) Leave the M4 at junction 44, taking the A48 (sign posted Llansamlet). Turn left at the third set of traffic lights opposite The Smiths Arms (these lights are directly after the second). Continue along this road, past a Tesco store on your left hand side. At the mini roundabout, turn right and at the next roundabout, (with Ceramics Tiles opposite), turn left into Phoenix Way. The hotel is ½ a mile along on the right hand side.
From the M4 (Eastbound) Leave the M4 at junction 45, and turn right onto the A4067 (sign posted Swansea). Take the second slip road sign posted to "The Lakeside Shopping Park" and at the roundabout turn left. At the next roundabout turn right. At the next roundabout (Curry's Superstore on right hand side) turn left. At the next roundabout turn right onto Phoenix Way. The hotel is ½ a mile along on the right hand side.

Railway:

Swansea

Skewen

Briton Ferry

Neath

Attractions:

Pen-y-Fan

1940s Swansea Bay

Egypt Centre

Swansea Museum