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Brynymor Cottage

Sleeps 5
No dogs
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms

If you’re looking for a unique location with sublime views, look no further - located on the Gower Peninsula and just 800 yards from the beach!. Ground Floor:

Step to entrance.

Kitchen: Galley style with electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tiled floor.. First Floor:

Living room: With gas coal-effect fire, 42" Freeview TV, DVD player and beams.

Kitchenette: With electric hob, fridge and dishwasher.

Dining room: With 32" Freeview TV.

Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.

Bedroom 2: With twin beds.

Bedroom 3: With single bed.

Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.. Oil central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Wi-Fi at £14pw, £8 per 4 night break and £6 per 3 night break. Cot, highchair and stairgate. Welcome pack. . Lawned garden with patio, garden furniture and summerhouse. Bike/equipment store. Private parking for 3 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 3 steps and an unfenced stream in the garden, and an unfenced pond, 50 yards away.. Brynymor Cottage is located just a few minutes’ walk from the magnificent Gower coastline and the picture postcard hamlet of Llangennith. This property offers views of Carmarthen Bay in the distance and is nestled on the owner’s smallholding on the hillside overlooking Broughton beach and countryside, including Llangennith Burrows. Brynymor Cottage is perfectly situated to discover the whole of the Gower Peninsula, Britain’s first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is ideal for walking, surfing and fishing all locally.

Semi-detached, Brynymor Cottage has been thoughtfully furnished throughout by the adjacent owners and offers upside-down living designed to take advantage of the enviable views. It has a spacious galley-style kitchen on the ground floor and for formal dining, you can enjoy the separate dining room. In the first floor living room you can relax in the evening and watch the glorious sunset through the A-frame glass windows. The cottage has its own patio with garden furniture, summerhouse and private lawn area. There is an unfenced stream and unfenced fish pond, which require children to be supervised. In the morning take a stroll along award-winning Llangennith Beach which is known for its surfing, and uncover the delights of Rhossili, 1½ miles away, which is the most western point of the Gower. You can enjoy coastal walks around the cliff tops, coves and bays, as well as hillside walks around the peninsula. Worms Head is within view from the front gardens and can be accessed if out exploring at low tide. Here you can visit the wreck of Helvetia which ran aground in the bay in 1887. After your busy morning sightseeing, don’t forget to enjoy a freshly cooked lunch in the 17th-century inn within the hamlet of Llangennith. Travelling further south you can uncover Port Eynon, Oxwich and, of course, The Mumbles where you can visit the lifeboat station, pier and enjoy the views from the promenade. Swansea itself offers a wide variety of shopping, marina, theatres, market, many restaurants and cafés, and bustling nightlife. Locally there is pony trekking, archery, golf, surfing (with surf school on the beach) and water sports. Beach 800 yards. Shop 5 miles and pub/restaurant 800 yards.

There is a step to the entrance and 3 steps in the garden. There is a stream in the grounds and a pond 50 yards away, children should besupervised. Wifi available at £2 per night.

Features

Clear Sea Views
Certified
Parking Available
Garden / Patio
Rural
WiFi
Walk-In Shower
Electric Car Charging
Bike Storage
Dishwasher
High Chair
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Stair Gate
TV
Cot / Travel Cot
Washing Machine
Coastal

Reviews

“Not many local places to visit on the Gower Peninsula sadly. Another hour and St Davids looms. Beaches were perfect at Llangennith.”
— John, 23 June 2022
“Wonderful cottage in a beautiful location so peaceful all you could hear were the birds and the sheep (heaven) views were stunning overlooking the bay and also the beautiful sunset there was a lovely welcome pack enjoyed the sponge cake will definitely be booking again and staying longer”
— Mrs M, 15 May 2022
“Stunning views, amazing accommodation. Would definitely recommend”
— Kate, 24 April 2022
“A real find! Modern but cosy and wellequipped accommodation. Amazing location and sea views.Definitely a place we'll return to.”
— jo, 1 April 2022
“Comfortable cottage with lovely sea views. Brynymor is well equipped and spacious with the bonus of a summer house (with comfortable settees) also overlooking the sea. Well located for walking on the Gower, and a convenient pub the Kings Head in Llangennith for meals. The cottage was immaculately clean, with care given to recycling. Would happily stay there again”
— Susan, 23 March 2022
“Loved it. Brilliant holiday home in a gorgeous location.”
— HW, 3 November 2021
“Lovely cottage with great views and convenient to coastal paths for good walks. Pub is actually about a mile and not as your previous suggestion of 500 yards but the Kings Head is very good when you do get there. We found the Brittania Inn at Llanmadoc the best eating place and we drove to the village and walked from there and back to the pub for lunch. Yes we would book the cottage again.”
— Mike, 30 September 2021
“A fantastic, peaceful and well equipped holiday cottage. Set in a wonderful rural location with stunning sea and countryside views. The perfect place to relax. Its a 20 min walk (you will need a torch in the evening) to the Kings Head in the centre of Llangennith. A great place to enjoy a couple of drinks and a meal while you watch the world go by.”
— Alison, 19 September 2021
“Lovely cottage in a beautiful location. Clean, well equipped, with ample amounts of space to relax. Hypnotic views from garden terrace, summer house, and gallery lounge overlooking bay. Owners were more than happy to help, send information, and welcomed us with local samples. We enjoyed exploring the beaches close by and walking along the costal paths. Local pub delicious menu, Eddies cafe had nice snacks, and shops had enough for small necessities. This holiday was very remote, very little commercial attractions, and limitations to get to the beaches. So would recommend to take a good set of walking shoes. We loved it! booked for next year straight away.”
— Amy&Aron, 13 July 2021
“We absolutely adored Brynymor Cottage! The view is absolutely breathtaking and the cottage is wonderful and so well equipped. Rachel was a really thoughtful host and gave us all the bits we needed for our little one. Couldnt have asked for more. The walk to the beach is lovely and the surrounding area idyllic. Cannot recommend staying here more!”
— Jemma, 18 May 2021
“Amazing cottage .. immaculately clean and very comfortable. Stunning location with fabulous walking from the door. Will definitely book again”
— Debbie, 6 May 2021

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