Little Avalon Nr Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Peninsula

£465 - £830 per week

Why We Reccommend Little Avalon

A quality apartment for two adults, two children and two dogs in the heart of Gower with fabulous views across Rhossili Down to Oxwich Point and Devon beyond.

Description

Gower holiday apartment (ground floor), pet friendly, with fabulous coastal views near Three Cliffs Bay
  • Little Avalon is a ground floor apartment in the UK’s first area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, located in the heart of Gower Peninsula in the village of Reynoldston.
  • Renovated to a high standard throughout, this perfect retreat offers a homely feel with every comfort  provided, including a well equipped kitchen for sunny breakfasts in which to plan the days adventures, a  luxurious bathroom and a sustainable wood burning hot tub, beckoning you for a well deserved soak after your day of sightseeing.
  • Enjoy far reaching panoramic views across Rhossili Down to Oxwich Point and Devon beyond from the  patio doors in the living area.  Red kites, sparrow hawks and buzzards vie for territory over head by day and by night listen to barn owls calling from Mill Woods, an ancient woodland, once part of Penrice Estate and now a National Nature Reserve.
  • Uniquely positioned on common land where wild ponies roam free -  cows and sheep graze right up to the garden wall  -  a walk from the gate leads onto Cefyn Bryn, 'The Backbone of Gower'.


Location

King Arthur's Stone

  • At the top of Ceyfn Bryn you cannot miss King Arthur's Stone, a Neolithic burial chamber steeped in myth and legend.- reputedly formed from a stone throne out of King Arthur's shoe - stunning sunsets and views of North and South Gower beaches await you here as well  Pembrokeshire and Lundy Island.
.Beaches
  • A few minutes drive will  take you to the award winning beaches of Three Cliffs, Oxwich and  Rhossili -  pristine golden sands  - seemingly everlasting peace and tranquillity
  • If you are feeling  need for an adrenaline rush then look no further than LLangenith Beach.  P J, a seasoned world champion surfer, will kit you out at his shop with all you need to surf, lessons are available too for beginners.

Places to Eat

  • An easy stroll away down a country lane leads to the popular pub and restaurant, The King Arthur Hotel - open fires, local ales and Welsh home cooking all conspire to lure you in.
  • The Fairyhill Restaurant - a  little farther down the lane - offers  warmth, hospitality and fine dining -  carefully prepared and perfectly executed food, white linen, fine china, crystal glass.This is one of the ten best restaurants outside London, according to the Daily Telegraph, acclaimed by the Good Food Guide and bestowed with rosettes by the AA - no jacket required.  
  • After a delicious supper wander home in time to watch the sunset over Rhossili and marvel at the sapphire sprinkled skies, here stargazing is a must -  shooting stars are commonplace but never fail to amaze and are always dazzling.

Mumbles (Mwmbwls in Welsh)

  • This bustling fishing village (11 miles)  is situated at the Western end of Swansea Bay, at the entrance to  Gower Peninsula and is famous as a frequent haunt of Dylan Thomas and his friends.
  • A range of shops, cafes, wine bars, pubs and restaurants can be sampled with ice cream parlours dotted along the promenade. In the main tourist season the "Mumbles Land Train" can be seen chugging its way along the sea front, transporting people to and from Swansea, the birthplace of Dylan Thomas..

Oystermouth Castle, Mumbles

  • Majestically overlooking Swansea Bay this is perhaps one of Wales' finest castles.  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, so a visit to one of Wales' finest castles is sure to enthral.

 Mumbles Pier

  • Something here for everyone, young and old alike –  arcade machines, bowling alleys and relaxing traditional afternoon tea in the exquisite Victorian-style Beach Hut Café.

Layout

All accommodation is on the ground floor.

1 Bedroom sleeping a maximum of 2. King size on ground floor.  

Bathroom with 'P' shaped bath, power shower over and underfloor heating. 

Lounge/Kitchen/Diner with fireplace and electric log effect burning stove.  Two large leather sofas, dining table to seat 6, smart fitted kitchen, electric range cooker, dishwasher, microwave. Patio doors.

Grounds enclosed rear patio with stylish table and chairs. Wonderful views. BBQ Wooden Hot Tub


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 2 cars

Fuel - Central heating and under floor heating inclusive

Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - No


Accessibility

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Paving

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes


Where to find Little Avalon

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