Blaen Cedi Farm is set above the famous village of Penclawdd, which is situated in beautiful North Gower coast, with its extensive salt marshes and dunes.
The cottages are nestled in amongst green farmland, woodland and fields, and offer delightful views of the Lougher Estuary and Llanrhidian Marshes. Many of our guests return time and time again to savour the peace, tranquility and nature that makes Blaen Cedi so appealing.
We are pleasantly secluded, but not remote and it is a perfect base to explore the famous Gower beaches (some carry awards for beauty and cleanliness), Cefn Bryn, famous for Arthurs’s Stone and it’s picturesque hikes, Mumbles or the bustling cities of Swansea and Llanelli, packed with culture and of course shopping. The Welsh Coastal path is easily accessed from the village providing a gateway to the North Gower. There are extensive hiking and cycling routes at your fingertips. For those with more time, our position on North Gower also means that there is also easy access to the delights of Pembrokeshire.
Blaen Cedi Farm
We have 3 acres woodland and grassland, nestled in tumbling hills of North Gower and all ready to be explored.
We have cows and horses in the fields, chickens in the paddock and then a whole lot of nature for you to experience up close.
The Gower Peninsula has been declared Britain's first Area of Outstanding Beauty and we think it deserves this accolade. It was given the prestigious title back in 1956 before any other area, due to its miles of coastline, stunning beaches, sandy bays and fascinating cave formations. Views from high points in the peninsula are truly amazing, which is what makes the area such a great location for memorable holidays in Wales.
Rhossili Bay in Gower was voted the No 1 Best Beach in Britain, as well as being 3rd most picturesque in Europe and 10th in the world. This breath-taking beach– from which you can see for miles, all the way to North Devon – scooped the accolade in the TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Awards 2013, which is voted for by people who’ve actually been on family holidays in Wales. We have the 7th most photographed sunset in the world! Worm’s Head at Rhossili, which is the westernmost point of the peninsula, is not only a landmark feature and hugely popular Wales holidays tourist attraction but it’s also a mile-long stretch believed to be one of the most breath-taking and most photographed sunsets in the whole world. The names actually comes from ancient English and means “Sleeping Dragon”, although it does look quite wormy too!
It's all within 20 mins drive of Blaen Cedi.