Gower Self-Catering with Swimming Pool | Bwthyn Gwyr
Gower Self-Catering with Swimming Pool
Bwthyn Gwyr offers luxury self-catering with swimming pool in the quiet village of Southgate on the Gower, Wales. Just a stone’s throw from Pennard Golf Club and just a 5 minute walk from the coast and some of Wales’ most spectacular scenery at Pobbles and Three Cliffs Bay. And with Wales’ biggest indoor water park (LC in Swansea) just 8 miles away this is a great base for golf, walking and swimming holidays on the Gower Peninsula.
This luxury Gower self catering cottage has a sunny lounge with a 3 piece suite and patio window to garden, gas fire, flat TV, DVD, movies, board games and free Wi-Fi internet connection.
The kitchen / diner offers luxury fitted units, ceramic hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, iron, utensils and crockery for six. The dining table has 6 chairs.
There is a king-sized bed in the double bedroom with a rustic wardrobe and bedside tables. Both the twin room and the single room are also furnished with wardrobes and bedside tables. All the bedrooms include luxury mattresses, Pristine duvets, linen and towels.
The modern white suite bathroom has bath with power shower, heated towel rail, shaver point, downlighters, full tiling and ceramic floor.
Outside this Gower self catering cottage is an inviting floral garden with patio / BBQ area.
There is also a private pool opposite the cottage if you fancy a swimming holiday (see note below).
Bed linen, hand and bath towels included.
Gas central heating and electricity included.
There is a ramp to rear door for wheelchair access.
Cot and high chair available on request. There is a small charge of £5 each to cover anti-bacterial cleaning before and after use. Please bring your own cot bedding with you.
No pets or smoking.
There are 2 private parking spaces available adjacent to the cottage.
A private swimming pool is located opposite the cottage (available June - mid September). Use of the pool is not a formal part of the rental contract but guests may be permitted to use the pool by arrangement and subject to the owners' strict house rules which are necessary to ensure that NO accidents occur. In particular, minors are not permitted to use the swimming pool unless a parent is in attendance at all times to ensure sensible and safe behaviour.
|Lovely holiday, beautiful area and great accommodation|
|Family from Kent, Aug 2013
|The property was exactly what we needed for my disabled mother, my stepbrother and me. We visited places by car and also walked and swam from the property. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Mrs Ruddock|
|Mrs Ruddock, Jul 2013
Very friendly owners that couldn't do enoughto make are stay really fun and relaxing. Very clean bungalow with access to a swimming pool and a lovely walk down to three cliffs bay
|Jess, Sep 2011
"Very peaceful, lovely village beautiful local beach"
Nen and Peter were very welcoming and friendly. The use of the swimming pool was great. Beaches beautiful and sandy.
|A Doe, Aug 2011
"Relaxing place with friendly welcome"
We were made very welcome by the owner who was only happy to help with any queries about the area. The house has a new bathroom and is finished to a good standard. Although the weather was not good we still kept warm and there was everything you could need for a good stay. The beach is a 20 min walk down some steep dunes but worth the time as it is beautiful and very quiet when we arrived. We came away very relaxed and would go again happily
|Visitor from Bath, May 2011
Enjoy a Gower self catering holiday at this luxury cottage, located within curtilage of the farm and village of Southgate. It has gated private road access and is 200 meters from Pennard Golf Club. Only a half a mile away is the stunning Three Cliffs Bay. The Gower, Wales celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2006 as Britain's first designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. The 19-mile long Peninsula comprises of some of Wales’ cleanest and most stunning beaches, including Rhossili, where you can enjoy the most spectacular view of the famous Worm’s Head and Llangennith Beach that is recognised as one of the premier surf beaches in the UK.
There's a historic ruin in the centre of the farm where the cottage is located, originally housing priests of the Knights’ Templar in medieval times. This Gower self catering with swimming pool is also an ideal location for walking and enjoying the spectacular coastal scenery.
Good footpath routes lead from the cottage to wooded valleys, heather moors, cliff walks and sandy beaches. To the West of the cottage a footpath on the boundary of the farm leads to Pobbles and Three Cliffs Bay. From there, at low tide, five miles of sand are exposed to Oxwich Bay. Paths then lead to Port Eynon and Paviland Caves (Site of one of the earliest known human burial remains in the UK: Thought to be more than 25,000 years old.) Inland walks from the cottage cross the golf course by public footpath and lead to the ancient ruins of Pennard Castle. Other activities to enjoy in the area include golf, exploring the bays and pony trekking.
The are also plenty of indoor activities nearby including the new £32m Leisure Centre (LC2) in Swansea offering swimming, water park entertainment and first class sports facilities. Swansea City centre also has an enviable choice of restaurants providing a choice of many cuisines and shopping facilities to equal any major city. The City also boasts free access to maritime and industrial museums and art galleries. On the outskirts of the city are delightful parks and miles of countryside and seaside promenade walks.
Three Cliffs Bay forms a continuous sandy beach with Oxwich Bay beach to the west. They only exist as separate beaches at high tide. In June 2006 the BBC Holidays at Home programme declared Three Cliffs Bay to be Britain's best beach. 0.5 miles
Swansea Watersports offers a range of activities to cater for the easy going all the way through to the thrill seeking adventurer. 7 miles. With so many beaches sea activities are abundant including surfboard, kayak and kitesurfing hire at Oxwich. 3 miles
Good footpath routes lead from the cottage to wooded valleys, heather moors, cliff walks and sandy beaches. 0 miles
Superb sea fishing is available all around the Gower, with good beach and rock fishing all nearby.0.5 miles.
Pennard Golf Club offers not only stunning views over the Three Cliffs Bay but as you make your way around the course you will find an ancient castle, a picturesque valley next to a winding river and a thirteenth century church. 0.2 miles
The quiet country lanes are perfect for a spot of trail cycling. 0 miles
For mountain biking enthusiasts Afan Forest one of the Premier trails in the UK is a must. It has it all from flowing, swooping, single track threading through beautiful forest to exposed rocky double track on wide open hills. 14 miles
Situated beside Clyne Common on the Gower Peninsula, Copley Stables have horses and ponies, suitable for all standards and abilities. 3 miles.
Parc-Le-Breos is a family run pony trekking centre in the Gower, established back in 1963 they have horses and ponies to suit all ages and abilities. 2 miles
Check-in from: 15:00 / Check-out by: 10:00
TestimonialsLovely holiday, beautiful area and great accommodationFamily from Kent, Aug 2013The property was exactly what we needed for my disabled mother, my stepbrother and me. We visited places by car and also walked and swam from the property. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Mrs RuddockMrs Ruddock, Jul 2013"Friendly"
Very friendly owners that couldn't do enoughto make are stay really fun and relaxing. Very clean bungalow with access to a swimming pool and a lovely walk down to three cliffs bayJess, Sep 2011"Very peaceful, lovely village beautiful local beach"
Nen and Peter were very welcoming and friendly. The use of the swimming pool was great. Beaches beautiful and sandy.A Doe, Aug 2011"Relaxing place with friendly welcome"
We were made very welcome by the owner who was only happy to help with any queries about the area. The house has a new bathroom and is finished to a good standard. Although the weather was not good we still kept warm and there was everything you could need for a good stay. The beach is a 20 min walk down some steep dunes but worth the time as it is beautiful and very quiet when we arrived. We came away very relaxed and would go again happilyVisitor from Bath, May 2011