Tia's Gower Holiday Village Chalet
from £45 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £45 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Bungalow / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Located on an immaculately maintained, family run holiday village. This comfortable holiday bungalow is perfect for your self-catering holidays.
Only 1 mile to the nearest blue flag beach, this is a super location for relaxing. Its also well placed for walking / climbing & outdoor pursuits
Offering plenty to do for all the family, the village offers an indoor pool, sauna and hot-tub (April to October), Soft Play area,and enclosed adventure play-ground.
Adjacent to the holiday village is a local shop, with in-house bakery and post office. Also a hairdresser, take-away and pub with restaurant.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Rhossili Bay & Port Eynon Beach|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, DVD player|
|Pool||Shared indoor pool|
|General||Central heating, TV, Games room, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Shared indoor pool, Shared garden, Swing set|
Southern Wales region
The first designated Area of Outstanding natural Beauty; Gower is about 70 square miles (180 km²) in area, and is known for its coastline, popular with walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, especially surfers. Gower has many caves, including Paviland Cave and Minchin Hole Cave. The peninsula is bounded by the Loughor Estuary to the north and Swansea Bay to the east. Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers 188 km², including most of the peninsula west of Crofty, Three Crosses, Upper Killay, Blackpill and Bishopston. The highest point of Gower is The Beacon at Rhossili Down at 193m/633 ft overlooking Rhossili Bay. Pwll Du and the Bishopton Valley form a statutory Local Nature Reserve.
The southern coast consists of a series of small, rocky or sandy bays, such as Langland and Three Cliffs, and larger beaches such as Port Eynon, Rhossili and Oxwich Bay. The north of the peninsula has fewer beaches, and is home to the cockle-beds of Penclawdd.
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21 Nov 2014
"Great & high standard accommodation"
The owners were excellent to deal with and directions and access to the property were spot on, as we arrived late in the night.
The Chalet was of a really good standard and very clean with a good and well stocked kitchen. The location was great for visiting beaches and as the owners were ok with our well behaved dog, we brought him along and loved walking about the various beautiful walks in the area. The site had a pool and clubhouse etc but we were happy chilling out in the chalet after long days out.
I have given my stay a rating of excellent as the extra attention to detail and cost made this very hard to beat and the icing on the cake was that the owners even left a complimentary pack of Welsh cakes and wine for us!! Would definitely recommend to anyone and I will be back...but in the summer!! Thanks for a great stay guys.
9 Sep 2014
49 The Gower Holiday Village gave a lovely welcome package, the bungalow was very clean and comfortable, everything was provided, even outdoor folding chairs, all this making our stay a perfect week.
The holiday village staff were extremely pleasant and helpful.
The added advantage of near by facilities include local pub (excellent Sunday carvery), fish chip shop, post office/shop/bakery.
Gower is a dog friendly area although the local pub no longer allows dogs inside, luckily the weather was to our advantage and could sit out side in the nice large beer garden.
Super holiday and will definitely be back next year.
11 Aug 2014
On our arrival at 49 GHV, we were welcomed by a box of chocolates, Welsh cakes, fresh milk and an information pack which we felt was a very thoughtful and personal touch . On further investigation we found that there were also other Items such as tea, coffee and hot chocolate, which after our long journey was much appreciated.
We found the accommodation to be homely, spacious, clean and very well equipped with all the essentials and more (They had even included things like beach chairs, picnic blankets, ice packs, toys, games, books and DVD's) to make our stay extremely comfortable and enjoyable.
After our long days out exploring the beautiful Gower, it was a lovely place to return to, to relax ready for the next days adventures!
We would certainly recommend this chalet as a lovely place to stay and found it to be in easy reach of all the places and attractions that we wanted to visit. It was also located next to a very well stocked shop, great chip shop and lovely pub.
We had a truly fantastic holiday - Thank you.
5 Aug 2014
"All you need for a family holiday"
Very nice little chalet on an excellent holiday park - ideal for a family with young children. The on-site swimming pool is great - clean, warm and larger than expected. The playground is nice. We didn't try the soft play (which I think is charged separately). Great location just a mile from Port Eynon - you can go to a different beach every day. There is no disturbance from the pub and the chip shop is quite good (though the only fish it serves are cod and plaice). Well stocked shop. You'll want to bring some extra blackout for the children's room. Thoroughly recommended.
22 Jul 2014
"Home from Home with some really Welcoming Touches! Thank you!"
A lovely chalet with absolutely everything we needed and more....site facilities were the best in the area... Had a great weekend ... Thank you so much!
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27 Jun 2014
"Fantastic property with new kitchen and helpful, thoughtful owners."
No 49 provided a a great location from which to explore Gower. It had recently been refurbished to a high standard, was well equipped and spotlessly clean. There are laundry facilities and a swimming pool on site for visitors use along with a general store and nearby pub.. The owners had thoughtfully provided a picnic set and rugs for visitor use which we enjoyed using along there was also plenty of local information/maps. WiFi access is available at the site reception area
We intend to go back to No 49 to enjoy more delights of Gower.
26 May 2014
"Relaxing stay in an ideal location to explore the Gower"
We arrived at the site and were not disappointed. The directions provided were spot on, along with instructions to open up the property. A supply of tea/coffee,welsh cakes and chocolate was a surprise… More
6 May 2014
Our stay at Number 49, Gower Holiday Village was great, we had a quiet and chilling stay, the property was homely and welcoming though I missed having a radio.
The facilities in the bungalow were great, we had intended to cook most of the time but despite the well appointed kitchen, we ate out a lot, enjoying the meals at the site pub.
We made use of the indoor pool and had great time walking on the local beaches and taking in the panoramic views. The site was very family orientated but never felt over crowded.
Unfortunately our stay at Number 49 was all too short, we have already recommended this place to family and friends and hope to return soon.
Hello, thank you for your kind review. We take note of your comment about missing a radio and have now supplied The chalet with a portable radio/CD player for guests to use during their stay.
20 Aug 2013
"Well equipped 'home from home' in beautiful Gower"
This was the perfect self-catering base for a surfing holiday in the Gower.
Very glad we stayed here instead of a hotel.
Once inside, we found everything we forgot to pack was provided (thermos flask, sandwich boxes and ice packs etc) and number 49 was decorated in a contemporary, homely style with some cute personal touches to make it feel more cosy than the average money-making holiday let.
A holiday park was not our normal choice of holiday location, but travelling with a young family, it proved to be a good option, so we did our best to enjoy what was on offer. We were treated to a Tina Turner tribute act in the bar on the night we arrived! and the pool was great for the one day when it was a bit windy and rainy for swimming at Rhossilli beach.
We recommend the nearby Brittania Inn for a garden meal with a view.
My daughter thought her single bed wasn't very comfy - it seemed fine to me though!
Thanks to the owners for consistently friendly and understanding communication. The booking process was slightly flawed, but do persevere!
18 Jun 2013
"A jewel in the Gower!"
A gorgeous chalet, with everything there that you need for a 'home from home' holiday. Number 49 is very tastefully decorated and absolutely spotless. The grounds are immaculate and within walking distance, there is a pub, a fabulous fish and chip shop and a convenience store. (You must have a rissole!) Buses leave from just outside the village every hour, so no need to drive and dog friendly. The beaches are close by and beautiful. Number 49 would suit a family or a couple who just want to have a relaxing break. I already plan to go back to stay there.
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