If you are looking for a traditional Welsh holiday cottage then look no further - Middleton Hall Cottage (the birthplace of the explorer - Edgar Evans who was a member of the Polar Party on Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated expedition to the South Pole in 1911-1912) has wonderful views over the Rhossili countryside and out across the Bristol Channel to the Devon coast.
The cottage backs onto Rhossili Down, with a rich variety of bird life and freely roaming ponies and donkeys, which can be appreciated from the open plan layout of the ground floor. There are plenty of walks in all directions from the house, including Mewslade, Fall Bay, Worms Head, Rhossili beach and Llangennith.
The open plan lounge/diner has soft seating for 7, a dining table and chairs and a TV/DVD.
The fitted kitchen is well equipped and has a gas hob, electric oven, microwave, extractor hood, washing machine, fridge and dishwasher (freezer in garage).
The family bathroom is on the ground floor and has a three piece suite, bidet and shower cubicle.
On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms: 2 doubles and 1 with 3 single beds, and a WC with wash hand basin.
External: There is a sea facing rear garden with a gravel patio area and garden furniture, offering stunning views across the countryside and out to sea.
Sleeps 7: 2 double, 1 triple
C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels are provided. Wifi. Garden with stunning views. Garage & parking. Pets accepted. No smoking.
Love the property, perfect quiet, remote cottage with views. - Miss K, Bristol
The village of Rhossili is on the south western tip of the Gower Peninsula. Located on a ridge, it affords spectacular views over Rhossili Bay and Worms Head, a fascinating outcrop of land comprising two rocky islands joined to the mainland by a narrow causeway accessible only at low tide. The village boasts a pub, cafe, shop and National Trust gift shop.