TESCO - Swansea, Pontarddulais

Tidal ReachSwanseaSA4 8TB UK
Today: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

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TESCO - Swansea, Pontarddulais - Opening Hours & Store Details


Tesco Superstore is easy to get to on Tidal Reach, about a 7.67 mile drive north-west of the centre of Swansea, in Pontarddulais (a few minutes walk from Pontarddulais Comprehensive School and Pontarddulais Train Station). The store serves people mainly from the neighborhoods of Llangennech, Llanedi, Pontarddulais, Pontlliw, Grovesend, Fforest and Yr Hendy. If you'd like to swing by today (Monday), its operating times are from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. Please review the information on this page for TESCO Swansea, Pontarddulais, including the hours of opening, directions or customer feedback.


Tesco Superstore can be found not far from the crossroads of Water Street, Tidal Reach and Station Road, in Pontarddulais, Swansea.

By car

Just a 1 minute drive time from Iscoed Road, Water Street, St.Teilo Street and Fforest Road; a 3 minute drive from Heol Y Parc, Bryngwili Road and Pentre Road; or a 7 minute drive time from Junction 48 (Hendy) of M4.

To find the location using GPS units, enter the postcode SA4 8TB.

By bus

Bus services run to and from St. Teilo Street. Serviced by routes: 16, L3, L4, X13 and X90.

By train

Trains arrive at Pontarddulais Station (1650 ft away). Serviced by line: Arriva Trains Wales.

On foot

Nearby there is Pontarddulais Primary School, Hendy Park, Llangennech Junior School, Hendy C.P. Mixed School, Pengelli Primary School and Coed Bach Park.


At present, TESCO owns 15 branches in Swansea, Dyfed.

Click here to see an entire listing of TESCO supermarkets near Swansea.


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Open: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm0.18mi
Open: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm0.57mi
Open: 5:00 am - 11:00 pm2.48mi

12/12/2023
I would like to commend your store staff who are always welcoming to myself and have been during the last few years when I have become more immobile due to health problems. I travel specifically to the Pontarddulais store rather than the Ammanford or Carmarthen one because there is a general friendliness here but also I feel less of a welcome and not a nuisance because I need to use the mobility trolly.I feel I need to name two members of staff who were on duty Friday afternoon 8th of December 2023. They went out of their way to be helpful and courteous. Their names are Ellie who served me at the till and Jacob who made sure the trolly didn't run out of power half way around the shop and assisted me with getting the shopping out to the car.I would be grateful if you would pass on my thanks and maybe praise them for their caring attitude - something which is getting rarer by the day these days.