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Llanelen Farm, Sleeps 2

Llanrhidian -
Ref: 474S
From £355 to £495 per week
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Property Overview

3 Pets
WiFi
Parking
Bedrooms 1
Sleeps 2
Sat Changeover
Washer/Dryer

This refurbished, spacious and airy property is located off Welshmoor Common, near the village of Llanrhidian. Llanelen Farm sits in about 100 acres of wood and grassland with a small flock of the ancient, decorative Jacob breed of sheep. It is a site rich in historical associations and has stunning views over the Loughor Estuary and the North Gower countryside.

It is the ideal spot for ramblers/cyclists or those who just want to enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside, yet is only a short drive to the beautiful Gower beaches and Swansea city centre. The property is part of the owners' farmhouse but has been converted into a self-contained holiday home.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Utility Room: Washer/dryer.

Shower Room: WC, basin and shower cubicle.

Lounge/Diner/Kitchen: Leather seating for up to 6, TV and DVD, dining table and 6 chairs, fridge, freezer, electric oven, hob and microwave.

First Floor

Bedroom 1: Double bed with en suite shower room.

OR

Bedroom 2: 2 x single bed.

Bathroom: Bath, WC and basin.

(Please indicate your preference at time of booking)

External: There is a large rear garden with patio area and garden furniture and wonderful views over Llanrhidian.

Will accept up to 3 medium size dogs.

Sleeps 2: 1 Double or 1 Twin (Choose 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom at time of booking)

C/O day - Sat. Flexible bedroom/bathroom configuration. Bed linen & towels provided. Oil CH. WiFi. Parking. Pets accepted by prior arrangement (£150 security deposit is required on all bookings with pets). No smoking

4 Star Self Catering Award

Features

  • Bed Linen
  • Wi-Fi
  • En Suite
  • Farm
  • Freezer
  • Garden
  • Towels Incl
  • Wash/Dryer

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