Leonardos Guest House Guest Reviews
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|1.1 miles from Swansea centre|
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Linda Sun, 9 February 2020
Liked: The bed was great.
Russell Thu, 6 February 2020
Liked: This is a friendly little family-run B & B very much in the tradition of good, traditional seaside B & Bs, but this has the added attraction of being within easy walking distance of the shops and eateries of Uplands and the roads leading to the city centre. Nice, light guest sitting room more than made up for our fairly compact room.
Disliked: Some folks might find the noise from the very busy road to the front of the property a little disturbing at night, and it does rather detract from the beach view (and beach really) but you can always request a room on the opposite side of the property.
Jansuda Sun, 2 February 2020
Liked: Owner is very nice and friendly. Room is very clean and comfortable. Very good location.
Susan Sat, 1 February 2020
Close to Brangwyn hall and...
Liked: The sea view
Disliked: Later breakfast and later checkout would have been good had to vacate room by 10am although could have been changed with prior arrangement the cleaner started cleaning other rooms at 9am and knocked our door at 9.15 asking what time we were vacating !!!
Dorota Tue, 28 January 2020
Daniela Sun, 19 January 2020
Russell Wed, 15 January 2020
Disliked: We were put in the attic room which you can't stand up in. When I asked to change rooms the owner doubled the price. Needless to say I DO NOT recommend this place. I would like a refund from bookings .com please.
Andrea Sat, 14 December 2019
Anonymous Sun, 1 December 2019
Good basic guesthouse in a...
Liked: Good, clean bathroom and really comfortable beds. Close to the city centre and beach. Quiet neighbourhood. A great place for exploring the coast out to Mumbles and walks out across to Langland and Caswell bay on the Gower. On a bus route. Friendly welcome from the guesthouse staff.
Disliked: Strong smell of cigarette smoke in the hallway and seeping into the room as we were pretty sure someone was smoking in a neighbouring room, despite no smoking signs everywhere. Paper-thin walls meant we could hear everything, yes, absolutely everything, that was going on in the other rooms.
Joanna Sat, 30 November 2019