Rose Cottage, Middleton
- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- Pets: No
- Internet: Yes
- Off Road Parking: 3
- Linen: Yes
- Towels: Yes
- Freezer: Yes
- Washing Machine: Yes
- Washer / Dryer: No
- Tumble Dryer: Yes
- Dishwasher: Yes
Price £460 - £1005 per week
Description and Location
A beautifully presented traditional cottage set in the quiet village of Middleton, which is the village prior to the famous Rhossili Bay (Britain's Best Beach 2013 and 2014 as voted by TripAdvisor).
The cottage has been fully renovated but still retains many of its original features. There is a choice of many rural and coastal walks on your doorstep with Mewslade, Fall Bay and Rhossili Bay all within walking distance. The cottage offers a large garden and off road parking.
Reception: Log burner and is furnished with 2 x sofas, flatscreen TV with DVD player.
Dining Room: Table and chairs for 6 with French doors opening on to the garden.
Kitchen: Electric cooker, induction hob, dishwasher and combination microwave.
Utility Room: Fridge and freezer, washer/dryer and an iPod dock/CD player. Giving access to ground floor shower room with basin and WC.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, wardrobe and additional storage.
Bedroom 2: Double bed and a wardrobe.
Bedroom 3: Set of bunk beds (slightly shorter than full size bunks) and Z-bed.
Family Bathroom: 3-piece suite with shower over bath.
External: The property benefits from large front and rear gardens. There is off street parking for 3 cars to the front and a large south facing rear garden with sea views and garden furniture.
Sleeps 4+2: 2 Double, 1 Bunk (not full length) with Z-bed
C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Large driveway with off street parking for 3 cars. Travel cot, highchair & bed guard provided. No pets. No smoking
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.
"After several visits to the Gower this has been by far the best accomodation we have stayed in. It's very spacious and ideally sitauted for all of the places we wanted to visit. We would recommend "Chips Ahoy" in Scurlage for a fish and chip supper (or lunch1!).
The property seems to have been very well thought out and has been really comfy to live in for a week. We would definitely recommend it to anyone wanting to explore the Gower. We hope to come back again soon." The Stanley Family 24 - 31 August 2013
"Our first visit to this part of Wales and staying at Rose Cottage made it extra special - tastefully decorated and thoughtfully fitted out - ideal for a family of 5. The perfect base to return to for evenings; sunny - out on the patio. Wet - cosily watching DVDs and reading. Will definitely recommend it to friends. Thank you."The Norman Family 17 - 24 August 2013