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The Cottage was originally Blaen Cedi’s cow barn and is the last cottage in our row of barn conversions and is joined to the farm house.  It sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms and has an open plan kitchen/living area.

The master bedroom has a double bed, bed side cabinets and plenty of storage for clothes.  Bed linen is provided.

 

"Fabulous to be back on Gower.  Cottages wonderful, shared whole farm with whole family for Mums 70th Birthday.  Wonderful holiday and welcome, many thanks."
Bronwen, Damien, Joseph and Nathan Lacey, Milpitas, CA, California, USA.

Lounge

The second bedroom has full size bunkbeds, storage for clothes and French doors that open onto the patio area.

The bathroom has a shower in its own cubicle, a wash hand basin and toilet.  Towels are provided, as is hairdryer.

 

 

"I've had a great holiday!  Shame we con't come more often."
Robbie Neil, Oxford.

Bunk room

The kitchen is fully fitted and comes with an electric oven with integrated grill and hob, fridge with freezer box, microwave, kettle, toaster and cafetiere. 

The lounge area has comfortable seating, an electric fire and a TV, DVD player, radio and CD player are provided for your entertainment.  There is gas central heating throughout the property.

 

"Fab weather, sunburnt in Mumbles, couldn't wish for better accommodation, loved the hot tub". 
The Telfords, Sheffield, S. Yorks.

Double room

For more information about where we are situated and the extra facilities that you are welcome to use, please read the home page.

"Thanks for use of your cosy & comfortable cottage and your warm welcome.  Don't know why its taken so long to discover the quiet charms and the exciting seascapes of Gower, its a top holiday destination in our books - go to Rhossili early, its breathtaking."
Freda and Gordon Topping, Edgebaston, B'ham.

Bathroom


 

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