80 Bryn Road

To Let
£480 PCM
80 Bryn Road
To Let
£480 PCM
Property Type: Detached
Available from: July 1, 2024

Available now


Key features

Oven Hob and Extractor
Washing Machine
Maintenance Support

Letting information

Available from: July 1, 2024
Available now
Deposit/Bond: 480
Tenancy Duration: 12 Months (Shorthold Tenancy)
No pets allowed
Fitted Kitchen
Central Heating
Students Only
Bills not included

Property description

Located in a busy student area of the city, the property overlooks the famous St Helens rugby and cricket ground and the sea, and it is not far from the popular Cricketers pub.

There is good shopping in easy walking distance in the busy Brynymor Road and St Helens Road area, where you can find a mixture of restaurants, take-aways, pubs and convenience stores. The sea front of Swansea Bay is a short walk from the house. There is a bus stop at the nearby St Gabriel's church for the services 42, 43 and 116.

Distance from Swansea University Car - 0.7 miles, a drive of a few minutes down Bryn Road, turn left on to Brynmill Lane and then right at the traffic lights on to the Mumbles Road. Walk - You can follow the same route on foot or choose to take the alternative path across Singleton Park to the Singleton Abbey entrance to the University.

The walk takes about 13 minutes. Distance from Swansea Met Car - Just over 2 miles. Head North east towards Finsbury Terrace, then down Gorse Lane to the Mumbles Road. You pick up the Guildhall Road towards town, and stay on this and the connecting roads until you come to the Kingsway.

You can then turn up on to Mansel Street which puts you in striking distance of the campus up in Mount Pleasant. Walk - 1.7 miles. The walk is just under half an hour up King Edward's Road, Catherine Street, Duke Street to Walter Road and Mansel Street, from where you can walk up Mount Pleasant.


Location Details

Swansea has a great reputation as a city for students and there is something for everyone to see and to do. The people are renowned for their friendliness, there are plenty of shops and a great nightlife. Swansea Bay is beautiful while the nearby Gower is one of the hidden secrets of the UK. The beaches are as good as anywhere in the UK. If you prefer to go inland, you will find the stunning scenery of the Welsh valley, hills and mountains. Road and rail links to the rest of the country are good.

If you love sport, the Swansea City play in the Premiership. The football club shares the stadium with the Ospreys, so you can see Heineken cup and Welsh league Rugby action as well.

Swansea has changed a great deal over the past few years. The development of SA1 into a mix of business, residential and commercial development is almost complete and the new Boulevard promises to enhance the entry into the city even more.

There are many attractions such as the cutting edge leisure centre (LC2) located in the heart of the city centre, the Transport Museum of Wales and the Welsh International swimming pool.

Nearby Wind Street provides a host of popular pubs and clubs, restaurants and entertainment venues including a 12 screen state-of-the-art multiplex cinema and multi-million pound casino.

For those of you who like to explore a little wider afield, the area boasts resorts, parks, caves and castles. The Gower Peninsula boasts some of the most beautiful bays and beaches in the UK, with wide clear sands, coves half-hidden under steep cliffs and thick woods and some excellent surfing and sailing.It was the first area in Britain to be awarded the title of 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' by the Government in 1956.

If you prefer different kind of nightlife, the nearby Mumbles village is famous for its range of restaurants, pubs and local shopping and it is a famous haunt of Swansea students.


The University of Wales, Trinity St David, Swansea has the benefit of being right in the centre of the city. Swansea University on the other hand is well-served by buses from the bus station.

Swansea University Bus Services

For the University Main Campus, take the 2A, 3A, 4, 4A, 43 or 116 (weekdays daytime, frequent;) - approx. four per hour evenings & Sundays). For the Wales National Pool, you can take the same services, but alight at the Singleton Hospital stop. The new Bay Campus has a number of new bus routes, which include the X1, X55, X58, 57, 58 and 244.

University of Wales, Trinity St David, Swansea Metropolitan Bus Services

For the Mount Pleasant (main) campus, First Bus services 11, 12 & 13 (frequent during daytimes - every half hour evenings & Sundays). For the Townhill Campus, First Bus services 12 & 13 frequent during weekdays - every half hour evenings & Sundays).


Swansea is well-served by car, bus and train. There are bus services from all parts of the country via the main motorway route, the M4, and Great Western runs frequent train services to London and to the other mainline stations in the UK. There are also direct links to the West and North of Wales.

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