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  • Avalon House

  • Gower Peninsula
  • Ref: 1567
  • 6
  • 3
  • 1
  • 2
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Avalon House

  • 6
  • 3
  • 1
  • 2
  • Ref: 1567
Property Highlights:

A luxurious family house with space to breath. Minutes from a host of stunning sandy beaches on the Gower Peninsula. Sleeps 6, pet friendly.

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Property Description
The Gower Peninsula is world renowned for its' Beaches - Rhossili Bay recently listed on TripAdvisor as one of the best beaches in the world. Avalon is just 10 minutes from Rhossili, sits in a unique position in Britain's First Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  This luxury house has far reaching views of The Gower Peninsula, and on clear days the Bristol Channel to the Devon Coastline and Dartmoor beyond.

  • Set in manicured grounds of close to an acre this house cries out for family gatherings. Al fresco meals and BBQ's under the shady pergola, or simply lounging on the sun flooded patio, ideally positioned to catch even the last of the rays of the day.
  • The house faces Cefn Bryn, the backbone of The Gower where wild ponies roam free, sheep graze and cows wander past. The location really is special - no streetlights to spoil the night skies.
  • The flower filled front gardens lead to the rustic porch complete with stable doors. Enter into the hallway and the house takes on a more formal feel. The smart oak and tiled floors throughout the ground floor  make for an easy care holiday, a place where dogs can slouch and children can happliy play.
  • This house is light filled and there a stunning views across miles of unspoilt country from every window.  The hallway leads to a cosy lounge with smart sofas and garden views. The wood burner will cast a warm glow on colder nights and the sun floods in through south facing windows.
  • The bespoke and  well equipped kitchen is a cooks dream, featuring black granite worktops, a Rangemaster stove and an iconic Smeg fridge-freezer.  There are many gadgets for the keen cook, be warned it will be hard to remain indoors when you are faced with stunning views through the panoramic window.
  • Leading off the kitchen is the family room, you cannot fail to be impressed, the garden reaches up to the bifold doors and roses in bloom add a delicious scent to the country air. This is the room to gather, there is a farmhouse dining table for at least 6 people and a nook area for cuddling up with  a glass of vino. Beyond is a convenient utility with side access to kick off muddy boots and pamper tired pets.
  • On the first floor the master bedroom has a super king size sleigh bed and antique furnishings. The second bedroom is a bright and airy double with a high sleeper to make the most of yet more stunning views and starry night skies.  The third bedroom has bunk beds - such fun for children.  

  • A luxury wetroom which is  fully tiled in limestone is also on the first floor. Enjoy a spa like experience here, the clear glazed windows  let you gaze over the Gower whilst you enjoy the monsoon power shower.

  • The house is set within the quiet little village of Reynoldston which has a pub and a Post Office for house hold essentials and local Gower goodies. Try Kate's Gower Brownies and Lizzie's Welshcakes, not forgetting Estelle's Gower Pickles and fresh ground Coffee from The Gower Coffee Company, all made within just a couple of miles of Avalon.
3 bedrooms sleeping 4 adults and 2 children. Accommodation spread over two floors.

Master Suite sleeping 2 adults super king size sleigh bed,  dressing table, wardrobe,  chair, chest of drawers, bedside cabinets and lights.
Bedroom 2 sleeping 2 adults in a double bed, dressing table light, mirror, selection of storage cupboards. Views to coast and Devon beyond.
Bedroom 3 sleeping maximum of 2 children in bunk beds, storage cupboard, mirror, chair, bedside cabinet and light.
Family Wetroom
 with WC, basin bespoke, oak wash shelf, monsoon shower and hand held shower.
Porch with settle and coat hooks and shoe stand, stable door to. 
Hallway with large desk and stairs to first floor.
Kitchen butler sinks, Rangemaster range cooker, Smeg fridge freezer, dishwasher, granite work surfaces. 
Utility/Boot Room washing machine, airer, side entrance doors.
Summer/Dining and Sitting Room luxury velvet sofa and occasional chairs, Welsh dresser, farmhouse dining table and 6 chairs, wood burner (not in use summer), console tables and lamps. Views over lawn garden and Gower beyond.
TV Lounge with windows to front and rear, log burner, 2 x 3 seater sofas, fireside chair, coffee table, smart TV with Sky package, bookcases, lamps.
Cloakroom - On ground floor, WC and washbasin
Grounds laid to lawns and herbaceous flower borders. Large Outback BBQ, Pergola, Stylish table and chairs. Wonderful views. Patio area, garden furniture. Terrace area and bistro table and chairs.  

Additional Information

WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Saturday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes for 4 cars
Fuel -  Included
Dogs - Up to 2 dogs £25 p/w
Travel cot - Yes on request
Highchair - Yes on request

Linen - Included as standard

About the Area
Three Cliffs Bay
  • Three Cliffs Bay is one of Gowers' most picturesque beaches, and it's not hard to see why. The valley leading down to the sea complete with castle, the salt marshes and the sand dunes, and the three cliffs themselves makes this destination unique. The cliffs are popular with climbers, and what a location, you can actually walk underneath the cliffs through an archway. There are stepping stones to cross the river on the Penmaen side of the bay (west), but watch the tide to get back. The beach has a seasonal lifeguard station, please take care with children and dogs.
Rhossili Beach and Worms Head
  • Just out of the front door and over the road you will find yourself on the All Wales Coastal Path, and just a short walk to iconic Rhossili Bay and Worms Head (NT).
  • The Bay Bistro just minutes away serves a great breakfast. Wonderful views of Rhossili Beach and home-made cakes. At low tide you can see the skeleton of The Helvetia shipwreck pushing its ribs out of the sand.
Oxwich Bay
  • Just 5 miles takes you to the glorious privately owned Oxwich Bay, part of Penrice Estate.  Walk for hours among the unspoiled protected sand dunes and sweeping bay.  Hire a sailing dinghy, kayak or longboard to admire Gower from the sea. Seals and dolphins are a common sight near these unspoiled shores.  
Langland Bay, Mumbles and the Pier
    • 15 minutes by car will take you to a beach lost in time.  Langland Bay has a majesty from a bygone era.  Beach huts climb the hill behind the promenade. There are tennis courts for hire, a golf course with an enviable beach view and restaurants and cafes. 
    • Mumbles is minutes away.  Oystermouth Castle majestically overlooking Swansea Bay is one of Wales' finest castles.  Recently restored, explore parts that have been hidden away for centuries, and learn about the castle's exciting history -  ancient graffiti art from the 14th century, private staircases leading from vaults to previous banqueting halls and a 30-foot high glass bridge. Events are held throughout the year.  
    • There is something for everyone at Mumbles Pier 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 sailing in Swansea Bay.
    The Gower Way and King Arthur's Stone
    • Step outside onto the green to follow the ancient byway to Cefn Bryn and King Arthur's Stone, a Neolithic burial chamber that stands mysteriously at the top. 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. it is possible to see all the way to  Pembrokeshire and Lundy Island from this magnificent atmospheric place.  Wild ponies wonder freely, Red Kites fly overhead, this is a truly beautiful wild place.

    Swansea Marina, and National Waterfront Museum

    • Absolutely worth a visit, Swansea Marina is host to 2 diverse Museums, The National Waterfront Museum tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now and over the last 300 years. Newly curated it stand in an impressive slate and glass building at the edge of Kings Dock, now transformed into Swansea Marina.Lose yourself in the history of Welsh industry and innovation, where the technology of today puts the past at your fingertips.
    • Alongside you will find the Swansea Museum where you can discover the  Mumbles Railway,  Britain's  first ever passenger railway. Cafes, bars and restaurants are strung out around the Marina's edge making the Marina a great day out.  
    • For a birds-eye view of Mumbles and Gower, The Grape and Olive Restaurant at over 300 feet is Swansea highest restaurant. Swansea Bay can be fully appreciated from here,  it's awesome tidal range is the 2nd highest in the world.

    Blackpill Lido

    • An outdoor water park with a huge paddling pool, fountains, water jets and even a beach. Children will love the bouncy castle, climbing rock and play area. Enjoy refreshments in the Junction Cafe or a picnic in the park.
    Where to eat nearby 
    • The King Arthur Hotel - just a stroll away is renowned locally for good locally sourced food and a marvellous selection of craft ales.  Enjoy a sunny jar on the grassy common just outside.
    • Just a couple of minutes drive away fine dining can be savoured in the stunningly located Oxwich Bay at The Beach House Restaurant. 
    • Feast in the chic beachside restaurant and enjoy wonderful views of Three Cliffs Bay across the sparkling sea. 
    • The Britannia Inn on North Gower, again just a few minutes drive, is a complete contrast to The Beach House in every way but shares  the  stunning views. 
    • Steak sandwiches, and ploughmans lunches are served in the beer garden overlooking Whitford Sands and the bucolic valley.  In the evenings enjoy  the locally sourced ever changing menu in the restaurant. 
    • The Bay Bistro is the perfect spot for morning cofffee.  Sublime views of Rhossili Bay, Broughton Point and the wild waves of Llangenith, famous amongst surfers, can be enjoyed here. 
    • Mumbles, the quintessential seaside village is just 15 mins by car and here you can enjoy many restaurants such at Bistro Pierre, La Parillia and scrumptious ice cream at Verdis Italian Cafe, all overlooking the shoreline and Swansea Bay.
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