King Arthur’s Gallery has a romantic feel to it and is particularly popular on special occasions and with honeymoon couples. The beautiful gallery is crafted from reclaimed wood, salvaged from an old local chapel. It creates an enchanting atmosphere in which to relax and promises a memorable experience. It sleeps up to four people. There is an impressive bedroom on the first floor furnished with a solid wood, king sized bed. On the ground floor there is a spacious open plan kitchen and living area, complete with authentic stone fireplace, wooden beams and a sofa bed. Outside we have BBQ facilities, patio areas and a hot tub with a great view.
"A lovely setting and delightful accommodation. We loved the romantic atmosphere of The Gallery! The gardens were fabulous and we loved our private patio. The hot tub was a delight too. We'll be back." Julie & David Mills, Marden, Kent
A unique, warm cottage feel with the exposed beams and ambient lighting. It has the essence of the original barn, particularly with the high ceilings up to the minstrel’s gallery. This is complemented by the ecclesiastical feel of the wood which was re-claimed from a local chapel. The living area is furnished with 2 double sofas (one is a sofa bed) and a large coffee table. The stone fireplace dominates the main wall and is equipped with a practical, easy to use electric fire (there is a log burner outside for cosy evenings watching the sunset). The Gallery has a large widescreen television and ambient lighting. There is a separate area for dining, with a table perfect for two that can easily be extended for more diners.
This room has an incredible periodic, Romeo and Juliet feel to it. The comfortable king-size bed is nestled in amongst the exposed wooden beams gives it a cosy feel. The mezzanine floor means that there is also a feeling of space. The minstrel’s balcony allows you to look down into the living area. The north window gives delightful views of the estuary. The east roof window allows you to gaze up and enjoy the stars on a clear night. We are lucky to have no light pollution so allowing phenomenal night-time views.
All of the efficiency and practicality of a modern kitchen nestled within atmospheric exposed stone and exposed wooden beams of an old barn. The kitchen is fully equipped with all of the appliances, cutlery and crockery you’d need for a fabulous week of self-catering. The downstairs bathroom has all the linens you need for a week away and the luxury of a multi jet, power shower to soothe muscles after a long day exploring.
French doors open onto a large, private, natural sandstone patio. It faces west and captures the warmth of the sun until late in the evening. There is a comfortable set of garden furniture that allows you to relax as you enjoy views of green fields, woodland and the Lougher Estuary, framed by the colours of the sunset. To add to the romance, there is a log burner situated on the patio and blankets available for colder nights.
"We loved romantic atmosphere of The Gallery! We particularly loved the huge bed. We enjoyed a glass of wine, or two relaxed on the outdoor furniture as the sun went down. Perfect! The gardens and the hot tub were fabulous". Rachel Jones, London
"What a wonderful way to spend my 70th Birthday. The family took over all the cottages to share my birthday and we had The Gallery. It has a superb atmosphere and and we loved the wood, stone and all the history. The cottages are superb and the hosts excellent. Many thanks". Meriel & Alan Evans - Lane End, Bucks
"After visiting Wales for the past 20 years, this is the first time we have stayed at Blaen Cedi. A beautiful part of the world, close to our favourite beaches and walks. The cottages are located in a wonderful and idyllic setting, nestled in the Gower countryside. We have stayed in many places around the Gower and rarely book to come back to the same place; this time the hosts and location have made it easy and we look forward to returning in August, this time with the kids". Glyn & Liz Hacker, Hamps