This pet-friendly holiday home is situated in the open countryside near Llanrhidian, Sandy Park is the perfect setting for a totally relaxing holiday. The landscape, a mix of woodland and gently rolling hills, where there maybe horses grazing nearby. The property itself, has been totally refurbished to a high standard with many modern conveniences at hand.
The closest village is Llanrhidian with its pretty church and a friendly local pub called The Welcome to Town. Llangennith, which is also close by, is home to many surfing competitions, and the King's Head Pub is where everyone heads after a day on the beach. The impressive Weobley Castle is not too far away.
Sandy Park is located close to the beautiful North Gower villages of Burry Green and Landimore. It is not far from Welshmoor which is rich in its historical associations, a site of Special Scientific Interest and home to the decorative breed of Jacob sheep.
Utility Room/Hallway: WC and basin.
Kitchen/Diner: A dining table and chairs for seven, fridge/freezer, washing machine, electric oven, 4-ring ceramic hob and microwave. A welsh dresser and a range cooker (for decorative purposes only).
Lounge: Soft seating for 6, an armchair and footstool. Flatscreen TV with Freeview/DVD and a stone fireplace with flame effect fire.
Conservatory: Double doors leading to comfortable rattan seating.
Bedroom 1: King bed, wardrobe and bedside tables.
Bedroom 2: King bed, wardrobe, bedside tables and dressing table.
Bedroom 3: Single bed with a chest of drawers.
Bedroom 4: King bed, wardrobe, bedside tables and a dressing.
Bathroom: Bath with overhead shower, WC and a basin.
External: Large front and rear garden with patio and garden furniture surrounded by woodland.
Sleeps 7: 3 King, 1 Single
C/O day - Sat. Oil CH. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Highchair. Ample off road parking. Pets accepted. No smoking
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