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Mulberry Hill Cottage, Penmaen - Ref: 87B

From £325 to £530 per week
2 Pets
Bedrooms 1
Sleeps 2
Sat Changeover

Property Overview

Mulberry Hill overlooks Three Cliffs Bay. The cottage is set in a quiet location, away from the road and backing onto the National Trust land of Cefn Bryn. The setting is ideal for walkers with 'The Gower Way' only a short stroll from the property, which offers walkers stunning panoramic views of Gower and beyond. There are other footpaths directly outside the property.

Both Mulberry Hill Cottage and The School House are located in a landscaped Victorian garden which guests are welcome to use; the same goes for the Victorian gazebo which has stunning views down into Three Cliffs Bay.

Mulberry Hill cottage is a detached cottage on one level with views out to sea. It is approached up a set of steps at the top of the garden.

It has central heating in addition to a wood burning stove (wood provided) in the main living room

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Living/Dining Room: Wood burning stove, 2-seat sofa, armchair, TV, DVD player, and CD/HiFi. There is also a table and chairs for 2.

Kitchen: Electric cooker with 4-ring hob, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave.

Bedroom: Double bed, mirror fronted wardrobe, chest of drawers and has an en suite bathroom, furnished with bath and separate shower cubicle, as well as underfloor heating.

External: Patio area with garden furniture and share of the main walled garden, which features a garden pond. Unrestricted parking just outside boundary wall.

Laundry facilities available from owner on request.

Sleeps 2: 1 Double

C/O day - Sat. Wood burner - Wood starter pack (extra logs £10). Bed linen & towels provided. WiFi (WiFi speed is not fast but it is available in the gazebo). Pets accepted. No children. No smoking

 

4 Star Self Catering Award

Availability


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