Hazeldene

  • Sleeps 6
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Dogs
  • Reference 1362

Property Overview


Victorian seaside villa on the beautiful Gower Peninsula, family and pet friendly

  • Hazeldene, full of colour and the sound of the sea, has been welcoming families and pets since the 1850's. This solidly built Victorian seaside villa with quarry tiles and sanded original floor boards, has generously proportioned rooms for you to relax and enjoy your family holiday.
  • The kitchen-diner is spacious with a warming log burner, luxury range-cooker and quality appliances - it is the heart of this comfortable home.  Gather around the ample artisan dining table for leisurely meals with family and friends.
  • The bedrooms are light and airy with crisp bed linen - with sparkling sea views from the master bedroom they invite relaxation.
  • Enjoy wonderful sea views from the large terrace in the back garden - with barbecue and wooden patio furniture, the stage is set for sunny holiday outdoor meals.
  • The convenience of a separate fully-equipped laundry room and additional toilet will help to smooth the course of family holiday living.

Horton Village

  • The lanes of Horton village meander past a delightful jumble of seaside cottages down to sandy Horton Beach and Port Eynon beyond. The pretty seaside village has a sandy beach and a Lifeboat Station which is open to visitors during the summer months.

Port Eynon

  • It is a pleasant 15 minute walk to the nearby coastal village and sandy bay of Port Eynon. 
  • Here there are several cafes, small gift shops, Smugglers restaurant (pizzas to take away during the summer season) and the dog friendly Ship Inn.
  • The remains of the 16th century Salt House, a scheduled monument, overlooking Port Eynon Point stand testament to the great value given to salt in years gone by.

Gower Coast Adventures - Boat Trips (May to September)

  • Take a boat trip aboard a large RIB (rigid inflatable boat) to explore the Gower coast from Mumbles to Worms Head.  Passengers are picked up and dropped off at Knab Rock, Port Eynon and Oxwich and taken along the coast to spot grey seals, porpoises and dolphins as well as seabirds such as Razorbills and Guillemots (June and July), Gannets and Sheerwaters.

Bay Bistro & Coffee House, Rhossili

  • Open daily 10-5.30 and 7-9 - drop in for freshly prepared food and drinks served in style overlooking the beautiful bay.

Sam's Surf Shack, Rhossili

  • Make the most of your beach time and hire surf boards and wetsuits - or treat yourself from the selection of surfing accessories, gifts and handmade jewellery which are on sale.

Gower Heritage Centre, Parkmill

  • Based around a 12th-century water-powered corn mill, the centre is a visitor attraction with a rural life museum and craft shops. There are craft activities, an old fashioned games arcade and adventure, sandpit, softplay and tractor play areas. With an animal farm, Wales' smallest cinema and a busy calendar of events and festivals through the year - this is a 'full-on' day out for the family.

The Gower Coast Path

  • Forming part of the fabulous All Wales Coast Path, this section of path follows the entire peninsula with castles, beaches, rugged cliffs, ancient churches, fascinating caves and a wealth of wildlife to explore. Whether you want a gentle stroll or a major expedition, this is a beautiful and spectacular setting.

The Coalhouse Restaurant, Oxwich

  • This 19th century industrial building has been given a chic contemporary makeover in keeping with its beach location and its industrial heritage.  Now a stylish beachside restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating and fabulous panoramic coastal views.

Oxwich Castle, Open April - Oct, Wed - Sun

  • Not really a castle but the product of a wealthy family's imagination. This fine Tudor house was built in courtyard style with a grand coat of arms carved into the mock military gateway. Subsequent generations made additions to the building but its finest feature must be its wonderful location on a wooded headland overlooking Oxwich Bay.

Victorian seaside villa on the beautiful Gower Peninsula - great for family and friends - pet friendly.

  • Families and friends staying in pet friendly Hazeldene can enjoy the delights of the Gower Peninsula, Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with stunning scenery and endless fabulous beaches waiting to be explored.

Sleeps 6 guests in 4 bedrooms
Bedrooms 1 kingsize (5' bed), 1 double, 1 twin, 1 single (4'bed). All on 1st Floor.
Bath/shower room with bath, shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.
Towels provided.
Sitting Room with 3 seater sofa, snuggler armchair and leather fireside chair. Open fire.
Study with two seater sofa, rocking chair, desk and chair. Open fireplace (not in use).
Kitchen/Diner open plan luxury fully fitted country kitchen with gas/electric Rangemaster Cooker, dishwasher, microwave, larder fridge table and bench seats to seat 8, wood burning stove.
Utility room accessed from rear courtyard with washing machine, dryer. Separate toilet.
Grounds small lawned garden at front.  Rear enclosed lawned garden, wooden patio furniture, barbecue, small netted fish pond.
Parking for 3 cars, gated.
Fuel central heating, wood-burning fire and starter pack of logs.
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