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Holiday Cottages in Rhossili

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Little Hill Cottage, Rhossili

Ref: 2108

Beautifully constructed stone cottage, with fantastic architectural features. Perfect for couples or small families with superb views over Rhossili.…

From £490 to £730 per week |   sleeps 2

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Rose Cottage, Middleton

Ref: 43

Beautifully presented, traditional 3-bedroom cottage in the quiet village of Middleton, with many rural and coastal walks on your doorstep.…

From £465 to £1,035 per week |   sleeps 6

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Rhossili Reach, Middleton

Ref: 2105

Stylish 3-bedroom cottage, perfectly position to take full advantage of the spectacular beaches of Mewslade, Fall Bay and the famous Rhossili Bay.…

From £555 to £970 per week |   sleeps 6

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Sunset View, Rhossili

Ref: 499

Beautifully located 3-bedroom home with stunning views over the world-famous Rhossili Bay and many breathtaking walks right from the doorstep. …

From £685 to £1,380 per week |   sleeps 7

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Middleton Hall Cottage, Nr Rhossili

Ref: 48

Beautifully traditional Gower cottage with wonderful views over the Rhossili countryside and out across the Bristol Channel to the Devon coast. …

From £535 to £950 per week |   sleeps 7

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Glebe Farm, Rhossili

Ref: 2106

Light and bright 4-bedroom house situated in a perfect position to take full advantage of the extraordinary sea views over world-famous Rhossili Bay.…

NEW YEAR SPECIAL OFFER. 30% off all stays between 30th November 2018 and the 15th February 2019.

From £1,050 to £2,100 per week |   sleeps 8

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Old Coastguard House, Rhossili

Ref: 506

End of terrace 4-bedroom holiday cottage. Built in around 1800, this cottage provides visitors with stunning views over the world famous Rhossili Bay.…

From £545 to £1,020 per week |   sleeps 8

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Caemor, Rhossili

Ref: 500

Spacious, open plan 4-bedroom property set in an outstanding location offering breathtaking views over the award winning Rhossili Bay.…

From £1,015 to £2,360 per week |   sleeps 10

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Little Hill House, Rhossili

Ref: 2107

Wonderfully spacious, renovated 6-bedroom barn conversion in a glorious position overlooking the beautiful Rhossili beach with stunning sea views.…

From £1,090 to £2,500 per week |   sleeps 11

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Little Hill House Combined, Rhossili

Ref: 2109

Wonderfully spacious 7-bedroom barn conversion with annex in a glorious position overlooking the beautiful Rhossili beach with stunning sea views.…

From £1,400 to £2,995 per week |   sleeps 13

Located to the far west of Gower are Rhossili and Middleton, two hamlets that offer visitors a great location from which to explore western Gower – especially on foot.

While both are picturesque and very near to one another, they both have immediate access to the dramatic cliff-top walks, beaches and viewpoints synonymous with this part of the world.

For those that have visited Rhossili, two landmarks will certainly stand out – Worms Head and the multi-award winning Rhossili Bay.

The Worm sits at the far end of Gower and can be accessed at low-tide and is a fun place to explore but be mindful of the tide times, so you don’t get trapped! The route along the cliff top path to the worm is scenic, easy walking and is a wonderful route to take your dog – just keep them on a leash as there are usually sheep grazing in the area.

At the top of Rhossili sits a large pay and display car park run by the National Trust alongside recently refurbished W/C’s and shower facilities, frequently used by the hundreds of surfers who visit the area from around the world to ride the waves at Rhossili Bay.

Located at the foot of the cliffs, the walk down to the bay is certainly easier than the walk back up but there are multiple benches on which to rest and the majority of the path is concrete. 

The 3-mile-long stretch of beach is regularly voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the world, and it’s easy to see why.  Golden sands, dramatic views and at low tide, there are the remains of shipwrecks to explore such as the Helvetia and several others.

At the top of the path back to the car park is the Worms Head Hotel, a great place for a bite to eat or a refreshing drink and for those visiting in the summer, the courtyard is a great place to sit down with a loved one and watch one of the best sunsets in Wales, if not the world.


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