Ridgeways Annexe,Three Crosses
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Pets: Yes
- Internet: Yes
- Off Road Parking: 1
- Linen: Yes
- Towels: Yes
- Freezer: No
- Washing Machine: Yes
- Washer / Dryer: No
- Tumble Dryer: No
- Dishwasher: Yes
Price £210 - £325 per week
Description and Location
Ridgeways Annexe is a small, practical, self-contained pet-friendly space situated on one of the main commons near the heart of Gower, with stunning views from the rear of the property across North Gower and Carmarthen Bay.
Situated in the peaceful village of Three Crosses with its local shop, Post Office and inviting local, pet friendly pub called the Poundffald. Ridgeways Annexe provides its visitors with a convenient, comfortable and picturesque location in which to explore the magnificent beaches of Gower, the seaside village of Mumbles and a selection of coastal and woodland walks.
Enter into a country styled galley kitchen/dining area equipped with table & chairs for 2, combination microwave with oven and grill, fridge with icebox, washing machine and a dishwasher.
From the kitchen it leads to a light and luxurious, contemporary shower room.
There is also a separate WC with wash hand basin.
The carpeted double bedroom/sitting area comes with storage space, an arm chair, soft lighting and a TV/DVD player with views out over the garden.
External: Enclosed leafy and colourful rear garden with table & chairs and access to a shed for secure storage of bikes, surfboards, canoes etc. Off road parking to the front of the property in front of the gates of the main house.
Sleeps 2: 1 Double
C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels provided. Countryside views. Parking. Pets accepted. No smoking
**Note** Please be aware that the annexe does NOT have a separate lounge area. Please call us if you have any questions.
**Note** Guests are asked to be vegetarian only. No meat is to be cooked in the house.
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.