The Old School House is a welcoming and beautifully presented cottage brimming with quality fixtures and fittings, where every effort has been made to retain as much history and character as possible. Sleeping 4 people comfortably and welcoming pets, this cottage will be sure to offer you everything you could ever want from a holiday cottage.
The Gower Hotel is just a stones throw away and the cottage is also within walking distance of the delightful South Gower village of Bishopston. With two thriving village pubs, a well-stocked local supermarket and also well positioned for the 'off the beaten track' beaches of Pwll Du and Brandy Cove.
The Old School House is located in front of one of Gower's most historic churches; St Teilos, a Norman church which can be traced back to 460AD.
Enter into characterful hallway with doors off to living area and ground floor bathroom.
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
The open-plan living area consists of lounge/dining area and kitchen.
Lounge: The lounge area has a 2-seat sofa & 2 armchairs, a Smart TV, DVD player and Bose sound system.
Diner: Table and chairs for 4
Kitchen: The fitted kitchen has a single electric oven and 4-ring gas hob, integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. There are also ceiling-fitted Bluetooth speakers.
Master Bedroom: King size bed, dressing table and walk-in wardrobe with hanging space and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2: 2 x single beds and dressing table.
Upstairs WC: WC and large basin.
External: Small private courtyard with picnic bench and parasol. There is access from the side if you wish to bring bikes or beach paraphernalia with you.
Sleeps 4: 1 King, 1 Twin
C/O day - Sat. Gas CH. Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi. Travel cot & highchair. Smart TV. Bose surround system. Bluetooth ceiling speakers. DAB radio. Parking on road-side. Welcome hamper. Pet accepted. Dog Crate. No smoking
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