“Beautiful location and lovely cottage” We had a lovely relaxing stay. The cottage was warm and welcoming and within easy reach of all amenities whilst being tucked away. Chris made us welcome and came and saw us to check everything was ok.
The weather wasn't great but it was January, however as a base it was perfect and we enjoyed the peace and tranquility whilst having every thing you needed.
Thank you for a perfect break.
“Cosy confortable pet friendly cottage with stunning rear views” Just returned from a wonderful week's break at Paula's cosy comfortable Gower bungalow and even though the weather was inclement we enjoyed every single minute, Can't wait to book a return visit for next year. The bungalow size was perfect for two adults and possibly two small children but would be a bit too cosy for four adults. You enter to immediate rooms both left and right. The double bedroom to the left and the w.c. shower, and hand basin to the right. Next down the corridor on the right is the second bedroom with twin bunk beds. At the end of the corridor is the well equipped open plan lounge and kitchen. The lounge area has two and three seater comfortable sofas. Twin doors then lead out to a beautiful conservatory which also doubles for a dining area and which also has a stunning view over Mumbles hill and the coastal path. The fully enclosed decked garden is split level with comfortable rattan garden furniture as well as an outside dining table. The garden is fully secure for all worried pet owners. Our dog loved it out there.
The bungalow is perfect as a base for touring the Gower, including the pretty village of Mumbles itself. Nearby are two secluded bays perfect for water sports, Langland and Caswell, and trips to Port Eynon and Rhosilli and the Worm's Head are a must but pack your walking boots for the latter. The views are stunning.
Neither of us are walkers but the area attracts walkers in their droves able to access the coastal path all the way to Pembrokeshire if you want!!!
I am a keen fisherman and could not stop catching fish. You can fish off the rocks at nearby Limeslade and Bracelet Bays but for more comfort try Knab Rock (you can even sit on a promenade bench whilst fishing). Mumbles Pier also provides platform fishing into deep water but whereas the other three venues are free the Pier charges per rod.
My wife is a keen shopper and she was absolutely well catered for. Retail parks at Fforestfatch and especially, Parc Trostre at Llanelli are a must with everything from Primark to Debenhams, Tesco Extra, and everything in between. Infact Parc Trostre can't all be done in one day! These parks are only 6 and 16 miles away respectively by car and maximum travel time is 25 minutes. On top of these you've got Swansea itself with the Quadrant Shopping Centre and a mega brand new Debenhams. For Sunday morning boot sale lovers forget the Liberty Stadium. It is a letdown, but definitely try the High Street Traders one in the multi storey car park opposite the station. Park on levels one and two or eight and nine and browse all the stalls on levels 3,4,5,6, and 7. Five floors of fun!
All in all we had a wonderful time and can't praise the bungalow and the area too highly. Can't wait to go back next year. Thanks Paula.