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Bank Farm

Horton -
Ref: 660
From £295 to £585 per week
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Property Overview

2 Pets
Bedrooms 2
Sleeps 4
Sat Changeover

Located at the Bank Farm Holiday Village in Horton, this 2-bedroom, pet-friendly bungalow offers light, airy and comfortable accommodation for 4 people. The park is situated towards the western end of Gower with the beaches of Horton, Port Eynon a short walk away and the world famous Rhossili a short drive away.

There are ample facilities on site including a heated swimming pool with retractable roof (adults only swimming between 9-11am), tennis courts, a coffee shop, bar and restaurant serving both pub fayre and a la carte options, a fully licensed village shop (which stocks just about everything likely to meet your daily requirements) and a launderette.


Ground Floor

Lounge: 3-seat sofa and armchair, flatscreen TV, and flame effect electric fire.

Dining Area: Table and chairs for 4 people.

Kitchen: Electric oven with gas hob, fridge with ice box and a separate fridge/freezer, and microwave

Bedroom 1: Double bed with storage.

Bedroom 2: 2 x single beds with storage.

Bathroom: WC, hand basin and electric shower over the bath.

External: Small area laid to lawn with table and chairs supplied.

Sleeps 4: 1 Double, 1 Twin

C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels provided. Holiday park WiFi network available. Parking for 1 car. Pet accepted. No smoking 

3 Star Self Catering Award


  • Bed Linen
  • Wi-Fi
  • Freezer
  • Towels Incl
  • W/Machine

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