Stables Cottage
Self Catering Cottage for 6 guests

Sleeps x6:   

Bedrooms x3:       

Stables Cottage Balcony Lavender

What’s Included?

  Fast Wi-Fi

  All heating, electricity, bed linen (duvets) & towels included

  Ample parking

  TV, Freeview, Roku stick & DVD player

  Hob, oven & microwave

  Washer/dryer, dishwasher, & under counter fridge with freezer compartment

  Cot & high-chair available on request

 Communal BBQ

Oak balcony with seating

 Pets are very welcome. See Terms

self catering  Part of main farm site which sleeps 35 guests

New in July 2022: Updated kitchen. Brand new bathroom. New comfy mattresses. New beautiful wood flooring

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The perfect holiday

This mid terrace barn is ideal for a family and enjoys views from its first floor open plan kitchen/dining room and lounge which opens up onto a green oak balcony with views over fields and woodland. The balcony was hand crafted from wood sourced from the Clyne Farm Estate. On the ground floor there is a double bedroom, two twin bedded rooms, separate WC, and a bathroom with bath, washbasin, WC, and over bath shower. There is an additional WC on the 1st floor. The barn is accessed from the ground floor.

This rustic cottage overlooks 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 can interconnect with The Dairy and/or Hayloft on either side to sleep 10, or to create one large unit sleeping 14 people.

Mobility Note: The property is accessed on the ground floor, with the lounge and kitchen upstairs so may not be suitable for those with have difficulty with stairs.

History: The building that houses The Dairy, Stables Cottage & Hayloft started life as two storeys, then became a single-storey with a single-pitch corrugated steel roof. It was used as a milking parlour with an additional lean-to dairy on the front corner by The Dairy. When the Haden family took over the farm they turned it from a single-storey derelict milking barn to a two-story accommodation block, names the Sleep Barn. Contained within were bunk rooms for visiting school & youth groups off 2 central corridors, one on each floor. In the late 90s, early 2000s the building was converted into three self-catering cottages. Stables Cottage has a great view over to the horse riding stables and towards the horse’s field, hence the name!