Hunters Lodge, Penmaen
- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Pets: Yes
- Internet: Yes
- Off Road Parking: 2
- Linen: Yes
- Towels: Yes
- Freezer: Yes
- Washing Machine: Yes
- Washer / Dryer: No
- Tumble Dryer: No
- Dishwasher: Yes
Price £465 - £860 per week
Description and Location
15% discount on all full week stays between 7th October 2017 to 4th November 2017 in this 2 bedroom , pet friendly house in Penmaen.
A charming, 2-bedroom holiday house which has been sympathetically restored and features beautiful antique furniture throughout. With sea views from the bedrooms and is located within the delightful area of Penmaen, Gower, with fabulous coastal walks right from the doorstep. Three Cliffs Bay is a short walk away.
The Gower Way which runs along the top of Gower and starts just outside the cottage, offers the most amazing views towards Devon in one direction, and the Black Mountains in the other.
Lounge: 2 armchairs, a sofa, a wall-mounted TV and a writing bureau.
Dining Room: Solid wood table and chairs for 4 people with the room also incorporating a large ornate fireplace (decorative only).
Kitchen: Well-equipped to include an undercounter fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and Induction 4-ring hob. There is also a useful larder.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, chest of drawers, dressing table with mirror, additional storage and an en suite which has a bath, WC and basin.
Bedroom 2: Double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers with mirror.
Family Bathroom: Bath with shower over, WC and basin.
External: There is a large garden at the rear of the property, mainly laid to lawn with borders and patio. There is also a small courtyard garden to the front. Off road parking for 2 cars.
Sleeps 4: 2 Double
C/O day - Sat. Electric heating & log burner. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Incoming telephone. Off road parking for 2 vehicles. Well-behaved pets accepted. No smoking
Penmaen is a small village located at the foot of the slopes of Cefn Bryn and west of Parkmill. On the limestone headland overlooking Three Cliffs Bay are several archaeological sites, including the earthworks of a Norman Castle, an old church and a megalithic burial chamber