Self Catering Cottage for 5 guests
Enclosed rear garden
TV, Freeview, Roku streaming stick & DVD player
All heating, electricity, bed linen (duvets) & towels included
Hob, oven & microwave
Washer/dryer, dishwasher, & under counter fridge with freezer compartment
Cot, high-chair & stair gate available on request
Pets are very welcome. Including horses in paddock next door. See Terms
New in 2022: Updated kitchen. New ensuite shower room. New main bathroom. New comfy mattresses. New beautiful wood flooring throughout.
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Sunrise views over the Bay
This converted stone barn is a favourite with families and enjoys views from its rear sunroom extension over fields towards Clyne Valley Country Park and the wide sweep of Swansea Bay. The rustic self-catering cottage has a large open plan living room, dining room and kitchen. On the same floor is a double bedroom with ensuite shower room with WC. Two steps take you down to a bathroom, a twin bedded room, and a single room with a 3/4 size bed.
The cottage is accessed off the main courtyard so is perfect for larger families or groups booking some of the other Clyne Cottages. For those wanting peace and quiet you will feel like you are completely away from it all, yet you are only a few minutes’ drive from the city of Swansea, Mumbles Village, and the beautiful Gower Peninsula. The cottage is located opposite our riding stables so is a great location for any horse mad children!
We are very dog friendly. We also welcome other pets on request. There is a supplement of £5 per night per pet. We can take up to 4 pets per property. If you have more than 4 just get in touch and we will see what we can do.
Are you a digital nomad? Or just want to add a few days of work on your holiday? We have free and fast Wi-Fi internet.
Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room (WC, shower, & sink).
Down 2 steps: Twin bedroom. Single bedroom. Bathroom (WC, bath with shower, & sink).
Mobility Note: Horseshoe Cottage has two steps into the property. The open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area, and double bedroom (with ensuite) are all on one level. The ensuite shower cubicle has a step up into it.
History: The main part of the cottage used to be where shire horses were stabled. These horses would have been a crucial part of farm life. Where the twin and single bedrooms are now located used to be a separate pig sty with an outside run. When the Haden family first took over the running of the farm in the late 1980s the old shire stabling part of the building was used for crafts courses for children and adults. Courses such as paper making, pottery, and stained glass work all took place in what was then called the Craft Barn. A pottery kiln can still be found in the garden. The old pig sty was used as staff accommodation and was called the Pig Sty! To create the cottage as it is now, a sunroom was added and the buildings were linked together.