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Handpicked Cottages in Port Eynon

Cosy, comfortable cottages and quaint seaside homes can be found in the beautiful town of Port Eynon. Sleeping upwards of two guests, our range of properties nestled at the most southernly end of the Gower Peninsula are ready to welcome you home on your next visit to Wales. Whether you’re planning on travelling with your family, are looking for a romantic getaway for you and your partner or are simply looking to reunite with old friends at a large gathering, the properties you can find below are suitable for a range of occasions.

Each property is unique and comes with a range of features. From charming gardens and hot tubs to sun trap terraces and accessible locations, you’ll be able to find the perfect fit for your holiday. Additionally, a number of the cottages are suitable for dogs, as well as those who need the use of a wheelchair. However, if you’re unsure as to which home would best suit your requirements, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team for more information.



Guide to Port Eynon

Port Eynon has an interesting history dating back hundreds of years. Once a fishing town that was thriving with lobster and crab fishing, as well as quarrying and smuggling, it has remained true to its routes. Throughout the years, salt also became a large part of the town’s history, as it came to be extracted from the seawater near the Old Salt House.

Today, you can enjoy a lovely day at the beach. With lifeguards on duty throughout the summer, there has never been a better way to cool down after a long day walking around the town, exploring the restaurants and shops that it has to offer. Although dogs are banned during the peak months, there is still a number of things that you can enjoy with your four-legged friend, including walks around the neighbouring towns.

Things to do in Port Eynon

• Beaches
• Restaurants and cafes
• Watersports
• Walks and trails

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