Bluebell Cottage, Gower
- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Pets: No
- Internet: Yes
- Off Road Parking: 3
- Linen: Yes
- Towels: Yes
- Freezer: No
- Washing Machine: No
- Washer / Dryer: Yes
- Tumble Dryer: No
- Dishwasher: Yes
Price £395 - £790 per week
Description and Location
Pindarie Cottages consist of both Bluebell Cottage and Daffodil Cottage. These semi-detached barns are both located in the rural Gower village of Cilonen. This quiet, secret hamlet is situated near to the villages of Three Crosses, Llanrhidian and Oldwalls and is just a short drive away from the beaches of both South and North Gower. Locally the pubs are the Poundffald Inn and Joiners Arms in Three Crosses, the Rake and Riddle at Penclawdd, the Greyhound and Welcome to Town at Llanrhidian all offering superb food and ales.
Bluebell Cottage is an enchanting barn conversion, situated in the heart of the Gower alongside the historical Gower Way. This stone built cottage offers a blend of traditional exterior stone clad walls combined with a beautifully restored contemporary interior.
This cottage along with its identical neighbour 'Daffodil Cottage', have both been completed to a very high standard and offer spacious and luxury accommodation set in this rural landscape.
Kitchen: Electric cooker with ceramic hob, electric oven, fridge with freezer box, dishwasher, washer/dryer and microwave.
Dining Area: Solid oak table and chairs for 6 people.
Lounge: 2 x sofas (one converts into a 2-sleeping sofa bed with luxury foam mattress) and a TV/DVD player.
Bedroom 1: Double bed (memory foam mattress), wardrobe, chest of drawers and TV.
Bedroom 2: 2 x single beds (memory foam mattresses) and matching pine, large wardrobe.
Bathroom: Bath, WC, basin and a separate shower cubicle.
External: Set on a large landscaped area and each cottage comes with its own fenced courtyard style area with garden furniture and views over the surrounding countryside.
Sleeps 4/6: 1 Double, 1 Twin
C/O day - Sat. Oil CH. Bed linen & towels provided. (Not provided for the sofa bed) WiFi. Travel cot. Parking for several cars. No pets. No smoking
About Three Crosses
Three Crosses is a small village at the north east of the peninsula situated at a crossroad on the road from Swansea to Penclawdd. It grew up in the early 19th century to serve small shallow collieries in the area which disappeared by the early years of the 20th century, and since then Three Crosses has developed as a 'dormitory village' for Swansea.