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  • Pobbles & Little Pobbles

  • Gower Peninsula
  • Ref: 4031
  • 14
  • 6
  • 5
  • 4
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Pobbles & Little Pobbles

  • 14
  • 6
  • 5
  • 4
  • Ref: 4031
Property Highlights:

A super house for large groups to enjoy celebrations and gatherings across the generations. The enormous kitchen and huge sunny lounge are the focal points of this generous and versatile house. Just steps from the sandy path to Pobbles Bay, a natur

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Property Description
Light and airy with a special place for everyone, there is terrific scope in this holiday house for large parties.There is space for entertaining both indoors and out.  Pobbles House is an ideal place for making memories.  Sleeps 14, pet-friendly and fantastic for children. 

  • At the end of a private lane in the little village of Southgate, this house is perfectly positioned for enjoying the golden sandy beaches of The Gower Peninsula and the delights of Mumbles - a real seaside village complete with lighthouse and lifeboat station, great for surfers and beach lovers.
  •  An ideal year-round location.  Short breaks available.
  • Enter through the shared lobby, to the right Little Pobbles makes an ideal spot for a small family or grandparents, a kitchen/lounge/diner on the ground floor and 2 bedrooms on the first floor.  There is a versatile super king/twin room as well as a triple room with adult bunks and a divan.  Shared bathroom.
  • Across the lobby, the large house to the left has fantastically versatile accommodation  The first-floor bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and zip and link/twin super king-sized beds. On the ground floor, there is a cosy family suite with a king sized bed and single divan, this room has its own full bathroom and overlooks the well-tended gardens. In addition, there is another double bedroom and full bathroom on this level.
  • The real stars of the show of this house are the lounge and kitchen/diner. There is seating for at least 14 in both rooms and bags of room for children to play and dogs to loll around. 
  •  The kitchen is well fitted with ample storage space, large appliances and a Rangemaster stove to cater for every occasion.  Leading off here is the storeroom with both rear and front access, perfect for provisions, golf clubs, bicycles and surfboards.  
  • The spacious lounge has an enormous fireplace complete with log burner.  The artefacts and paintings of the owner's exotic travels adorn the walls and the garden beckons enticingly through the large windows.
  • To the rear, leading off the lounge through French doors is a sun trap of a conservatory, which leads out onto the vast terrace, with 2 quality BBQ's and generous outdoor seating, the scene is set for long lazy days with time to chill and chatter.
  • The garden is brimmimg with perennial plants and is a real sun trap.  There is an antique 360-degree summerhouse, magical for children and a little spot of heaven with a good book and a glass of wine.

6 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 14 

1st Floor

Bedroom 1 - super king/twin - please advise of configuration at time of booking. Ensuite shower room with power shower, heated towel rail, WC and basin.

Bedroom 2 - super king/twin - please advise of configuration at time of booking. Ensuite shower room with power shower, heated towel rail, WC and basin.

Bedroom 3 - super king/twin - please advise of configuration at time of booking.

Bedroom 4 - 2 adult sized bunk beds, 1 single divan bed.

Family Bathroom on First floor with bath, power shower over bath, heated towel rail and WC.

Ground Floor

Bedroom 5 Double with garden views, adjacent to :

Family Bathroom on Ground floor with bath, power shower over bath, heated towel rail and WC.

2 steps up to:

Family Suite  (Bedroom 6)- King/twin - please advise of configuration at the time of booking. Single Divan.  Ensuite bathroom room with power shower, heated towel rail, WC and basin.

Kitchen/Diner.  Very spacious.  Well fitted and appointed with ample space for up to 14 adults. Fully equipped - dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble drier, Rangemaster stove etc. Farmhouse table, chairs and Welsh dresser.  

Lounge 2 x 4 seater sofas, very large day bed, occasional chairs, coffee table, large fireplace with log burner, bookshelves.  Views of enclosed well-tended garden and french doors leading off to conservatory.  Staircase to first-floor bedrooms  1 and 2.

Kitchen/Diner/Lounge - Additional to above, 2 x 2 seater sofas, small dining table, kitchen corner.

Conservatory - Wicker chairs and garden views, doors to patio.

Store Room - off the kitchen and accessible front and rear, space for the safe storage of sports equipment.

Grounds - Parking for 3/4 cars. At the rear a large patio area, 2 BBQ's, plentiful garden furniture, 360-degree summer house, lawns and flower beds.

Please note a £250 refundable Security Deposit applies to this property.

Additional Information


Short breaks - Winter Short Breaks available.

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, for 3 cars.  More available at Golf Club free of charge by prior arrangement with owner.

Fuel - Central heating inclusive. Welcome pack of logs inclusive.  Summer solar water heating.

Dogs - Yes - £25 per dog maximum 2 large dogs.

Travel cot - Yes 

Highchair - Yes

About the Area
Pobbles Bay

  • Literally a 10 minute walk through the dunes and you arrive at the lovely unspoiled cove of Pobbles. Backed by the National Trust Cliff Path the stunning little hidden gem of a beach is dog-friendly all year round, as are most of the Gower Beaches. You will have to pack your own picnic this really is a nature lovers paradise. 
  • This cliffside village on The Gower Peninsula, is sleepy and unhindered by too many tourists.  A short walk to Three Cliffs Cafe for delicious coffee and cakes, as well as the recently opened restaurant, before heading along The National Trust Coastal Path to Three Cliffs is the perfect way to start the day.  Before you leave make certain to order your homemade pizza to collect at dinner time!  The Southgate Club is just 200 metres away is open to non-residents and The Pennard Golf Club is even closer and is voted Number 2 of the Best Golf Clubs in Britain for its' stunning cliff top location and old-school charm. Local shops are all within 5 minutes drive.  Try The Little Valley Bakery at Parkmill for artisan organic goodies.
Three Cliffs Bay
  • Three Cliffs Bay holds a special place in the heart of every local, and it's easy to see why. The valley leading down to the sea complete with castle, the salt marshes and the sand dunes. The Three Cliffs themselves are truly beautiful all year round. The cliffs, popular with climbers, and what a location, you can actually walk underneath the cliffs through an archway. The stepping stones across the river on the Penmaen side of the bay (west), lets you stride out towards Oxwich Bay, but watch the tide to get back. Take care here the river tide is strong.
Oxwich Bay
  • 5 miles away is the glorious privately owned Oxwich Bay, part of Penrice Estate. This beach is dog-friendly all year and the unspoiled protected sand dunes and sweeping bay are a dog walkers delight  You can hire a sailing dinghy, kayak or longboard - Gower is best seen from the sea.  Seals and dolphins are a common sight near these unspoiled shores.  
Langland Bay, Mumbles and the Pier
    • Just a short drive away is a beach lost in time.  Langland Bay is a proud beach from a bygone era. The beach still wears a badge of honour in the form of its beach huts climbing the hill behind the promenade. There are tennis courts for hire, a golf course with an enviable beach view, ice cream and great coffee to be had here.
    • Mumbles village is close by. Oystermouth Castle sits guarding and overlooking Swansea Bay is one of Wales' finest castles.  Recently restored, explore parts that have been hidden away for centuries, Climb the stairway onto the aerial walk-way for a birds-eye view of the village.
    • Mumbles Pier will appeal to young and old alike –  arcade machines, a bowling alley. Treat everybody to ice creams and delicious coffee at Verdi's Italian Cafe to top off the perfect day as you watch the children from the Mumbles Yacht Club sailing in the Bay.
    The Gower Way and King Arthur's Stone
    • You must follow the ancient byway to Cefn Bryn and King Arthur's Stone, a Neolithic burial chamber that stands mysteriously at the top. Ancient legend says it was formed from a stone thrown out of King Arthur's shoe - stunning sunsets and panoramic views of the North and South Gower beaches await you here. From this fantastic vantage point, you can see all the way to  Pembrokeshire and Lundy Island.  Kites circle overhead and sheep, cattle and wild ponies still graze freely on this ancient common land.

    Swansea Marina,  The Dylan Thomas Centre and National Waterfront Museum

    • Definitely worth a visit, Swansea Marina is host to 2 Museums, The National Waterfront Museum tells the story of industry and struggle in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. This impressive glass building stands at the edge of old Kings Dock.
    • Alongside you will find the Swansea Museum where you can discover the  Mumbles Railway,  Britain's  first passenger carrying railway. The Dylan Thomas Centre just minutes away tells the story of Wales' Greatest Poet.
    Large groups of friends and family can enjoy fulfilling year round holidays in this charming holiday house close to some of Gower's most beautiful beaches.
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    7 Nights


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