Wimblewood Annex, Cilonen
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Pets: Yes
- Internet: Yes
- Off Road Parking: 2
- Linen: Yes
- Towels: Yes
- Freezer: No
- Washing Machine: No
- Washer / Dryer: No
- Tumble Dryer: No
- Dishwasher: Yes
Price £300 - £460 per week
Description and Location
This beautiful, light filled contemporary space, is annexed to an 18th Century farmhouse. Situated in one of Gower's secret locations, off the beaten track and dynamically quiet, yet just an easy drive to amazing beaches and countryside.
The accommodation has been newly built to a high standard and compromises of 1 double bedroom and open-plan living/kitchen/dining area and a wet-room with walk in shower. The stone floors have underfloor heating keeping the property nice and cosy. The property is also complimented by a collection of contemporary decorative glass.
The Annex has a light and airy living area which is open plan with large floor to ceiling windows. There is a leather sofa for 2, rocking chair and foot stool, and a flatscreen TV and DVD player. There is also access to the bedroom and the outside patio area.
The modern fitted kitchen/diner has an integrated dishwasher, fridge with icebox, electric oven with induction hob, and a microwave.
There is a dining table and chairs for 4.
The modern wet room has a shower, WC and basin.
The large bedroom has a double bed and large glass doors opening onto a further patio area (ideal for sun chasers!).
External: There are 2 patio areas and an area laid to lawn, both with bistro style table and chairs. There is off-road parking for 2 vehicles.
Sleeps 2: 1 Double
C/O day - Sat. Underfloor heating. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi (can be intermittent). Off road parking for 2 cars. 1 pet accepted. 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.