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Western Farm Cottage

Penmaen -
Ref: 85
From £395 to £755 per week
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Property Overview

Bedrooms 2
Sleeps 4
Sat Changeover

Dating back over 300 years, this sympathetically restored 2-bedroom holiday cottage set in the grounds of Western Farm, has been renovated to provide comfortable and attractive accommodation, in one of the most scenic locations on Gower.

The cottage features open beams and a wood-burning stove and benefits from being in one of the most peaceful settings, surrounded by green fields, with stunning sea views out towards Oxwich Bay.


Ground Floor: One step down to lounge and master bedroom.

Lounge/Dining Area: Two 2-seat sofas, Smart TV/DVD player and dining table and chairs for 4.

Kitchen: Electric cooker and 4-ring hob, microwave, fridge and freezer.

Master Bedroom: Double bed, wardrobe and large chest of drawers.

Bedroom 2: 2 x single beds, mirror fronted wardrobe and single chest of drawers.

Shower Room: Large shower, wash hand basin and a WC.

External: The cottage has a small garden with a private patio with table and chairs and breath-taking views over Oxwich Bay.

Sleeps 4: 1 Double, 1 Twin

C/O day - Sat. Wood burning stove (starter pack of fuel provided) & electric radiators.
WiFi available. Bed linen & towels provided. Laundry service available from owners on request. Off street parking. Private garden area with patio furniture. Owners onsite. No pets. No smoking

4 Star Self Catering Award


  • Bed Linen
  • Wi-Fi
  • Freezer
  • Full sea view
  • Garden
  • Towels Incl
  • Woodburner

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