A stunning and romantic property made from reclaimed wood, salvaged from a local chapel, perfectly situated to explore all South Wales has to offer.
Forming part of a complex of four beautiful holiday cottages, this delightful property offers cosy, traditional and characterful accommodation for two. With access to a shared hot tub, this quirky and imaginatively designed cottage is set in a secluded location with wonderful rural views. This quaint, warm and welcoming property features exposed stonework and has been renovated with reclaimed wood salvaged from a local chapel. Perfect for a couple seeking a unique and refreshing getaway, this fantastic retreat is close to the picturesque village of Penclawdd and within easy reach of the Gower Peninsula’s stunning beaches.
Entering this warm and romantic property, the cosy lounge provides an ideal space to sit back and unwind with a glass of wine in the evening. The lounge features a stone fireplace, exposed beams, plenty of seating, a TV and polished wooden floors along with a folding z-bed to accommodate two additional guests. The pretty dining area is ideal for sharing a fantastic meal which you can rustle up in the fully equipped kitchen. Stairs lead up into the galleried bedroom, with a wooden king-size bed, exposed beams and a stylish shower room. Outside, the garden features a patio with BBQ and outdoor furniture, providing an ideal space for al fresco meals on a summer’s afternoon. You will also have access to the shared hot tub.
The Gower Peninsula has miles of sandy beaches, as well as the Mumbles headland (9 miles) and Worm’s Head at Rhossili Bay (15 miles). Other local landmarks and attractions include Arthur’s Stone (8 miles), Loughor Castle (4.5 miles) and the WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre (8 miles). The flourishing city of Swansea (7.5 miles) is also nearby, with its wide range of shops and pubs, and is home to the Dylan Thomas Centre, Clyne Gardens, Swansea Market and the National Waterfront Museum.