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The Brewery

Ref: 1417
Reynoldston, Gower near Rhossilli (View Location on a map)
6 Guests
3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
No Dogs
£698 7 Night Breaks From
£16.62 Average Per Person Per Night
Handpicked Highlights

The Brewery was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in The Brewery too!

  • Luxury characterful cottage
  • Beautifully located in the very heart of Gower
  • Overlooking the village green at Reynoldston
  • 5 minutes to pristine Oxwich Bay
  • 2 minutes to the award-winning King Arthur Hotel

Exceptional Quality
Rated 5/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Luxury
  • Family Friendly
  • Period Cottage
  • Car Charging
  • Cot Available
  • Pubs Nearby
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About The Brewery

This 5 Star cottage is very tastefully furnished and sleeps 6 in spacious luxury. 

  • Wonderfully positioned in the heart of Gower, this is an absolute gem perfect for walkers, cyclists and family beach holidays. 
  • The proud owners have spared no expense on the total renovation of this beautiful cottage.
  • Nestled within sight of the church on the village green you really could not ask for a more idyllic location. With the historic name etched proudly over the front door, this cottage is part of Gower history.
  • In the 1880's the local men would buy beer and porter (stout) from the premises and drink on the village Lower Green until they were called home by wives and mothers.
  • Beautifully restored exposed beams, welcoming log burner and sumptuous furnishings make you feel immediately cosseted and relaxed on entering the welcoming lounge. 
  • Polished oak floors throughout lead you naturally into the cosy dining room, ideal for intimate lingering dinner parties.
  • Step down into the light flooded kitchen for a complete change of atmosphere with bespoke handmade fittings throughout, this room has a real wow factor. The huge Aga naturally takes centre stage and is perfectly complimented by the sparkling granite worktops and gleaming artisan terracotta tiled floor.
  • The kitchen adjoins the vast breakfast and family room with views onto the terrace and garden. This room is a triumph, inviting conviviality - cook, chat, have a drink or just sit and enjoy the glorious sunshine as it pours through the fully glazed gable windows.
  • A laundry area and a luxury shower room are conveniently placed on the ground floor to ease the flow of busy family gatherings.
  • On the first floor the thoughtful and tasteful decor continues to impress. The master bedroom has a contemporary en-suite and pretty country views while the second bedroom looks over the peaceful village green as does the charming third twin bedroom. All bedrooms are furnished to a high standard with superior beds and quality linens.
  • The beautiful family bathroom with a porcelain neo Victorian basin and deep comfortable bath is perfect for an old fashioned relaxing soak.
  • The rear garden is a delight, complete with a little bridge and a natural brightly sparkling stream. A great spot for alfresco dining, or a quiet coffee in the morning sun. There is also secure storage available for bikes and surfboards.
  • The Brewery is superb throughout, with your every comfort thoughtfully provided for. You shall want for nothing in this picture perfect Gower retreat.
Layout & Further Information

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. Master Bedroom with Kingsize bed and ensuite shower room. 1 Double with Kingsize bed and 1 Twin, all on 1st floor.

Family Bathroom with roll-top bath and shower over, basin, toilet and heated towel rail, on 1st floor.

Entrance hall with coat hooks.

Lounge - log burning stove, large comfortable sofas. Village green views.

Kitchen/Family Room large pine table seating 6. Luxury bespoke kitchen with electric Aga and additional electric stove , dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer. Well stocked with quality china and cookware. 2 sofas TV/DVD player, patio doors and garden views.

Utility Nook Washer/Dryer, vegetable racks and microwave.

Shower room with toilet and walk in shower.

Grounds terrace garden has a stream and shed, take care with little ones here. Quiet village setting. BBQ and outdoor furniture to seat 8.

Additional Information

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 2 cars

Fuel - inclusive. Starter pack of logs free

Dogs - No

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - Yes on request

Bed linen - Included as standard

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About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

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 mysterious 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 over head, this is a truly beautiful wild place.

Perriswood Archery and Falconry Centre near Oxwich

  • An ideal choice for would be knights in shining armour and beautiful damsels in distress. Learn archery skills and handle magnificent birds of prey.

Oxwich Bay and the acclaimed Beach House Restaurant

  • Just 3 miles takes you to the glorious privately owned Oxwich Bay, part of Penrice Estate. Walk for hours among the unspoilt protected sand dunes and sweeping bay. Hire a sailing dingy, kayak or long board to admire Gower from the sea. Seals and dolphins are a common sight near these unspoilt shores. Here you can also sample locally sourced cutting edge food at The Beach House Restaurant newly opened sister restaurant to Coast at Saundersfoot and The Grove at Narberth. Dine at the waters edge with stunning beach side views.

Three Cliffs Bay

  • Three Cliffs is an iconic beach and Gower's most picturesque. The river valley meanders down to the sea complete with castle, salt marsh and sand dunes, and the three cliffs at the tides edge are enchanting in all seasons. Ramblers, climbers, and beach goers flock here, but the beach is vast and always feels untouched even in the height of summer. The beach has a seasonal lifeguard station, please take care with children.

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.

Walk The Gower Way

  • Share this remarkable route with wild ponies and enjoy the magnificent scenery of Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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.

Further afield

  • Angel Falls in Neath offer a magical walking experience. A 9 mile trail on which you will pass the magnificent Pontneddfechan Falls.

Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near The Brewery.

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Langostinos Brasserie
( 6.6 miles away )

Steakhouse and grill -exceptionally tailored, unusually uncomplicated & extraordinary delicious.

The Pembrey Inn
( 7.7 miles away )

Good, honest, home cooked food using fresh local produce as available.

Grovesend Local Producers Market
( 9.4 miles away )

Held in the community hall on the fourth Saturday of each month.

Amelia's Cafe/Restaurant
( 9.7 miles away )

Good food is served all day at the airport restaurant named after Amelia Earhart the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in 1928, who famously landed at Burry Port. Francois and Julie Anthony serve award winning breakfasts, jacket potatoes, snacks and drinks as well as fine dining in the evenings.

The Waun Wyllt Inn
( 9.8 miles away )

A delightful countryside pub famous for its real ales and fine food ideal for walkers & cyclists

Didier & Stephanies French Restaurant
( 10.5 miles away )

A delightful elegant French restaurant with informal relaxed atmosphere and wonderful food.

Seaview
( 17 miles away )

Welcoming, relaxed and friendly. Once home to Dylan and Caitlin Thomas during the time of writing and publishing some of his best work.

The Green Room
( 17 miles away )

An intimate bistro serving fresh seasonal food from scratch including bread, chutneys & desserts.

Cors Restaurant
( 17.1 miles away )

Fine traditional welsh dishes with a twist served in an intimate candlelit dining room of a former vicarage.

Y Polyn
( 18.5 miles away )

A relaxed, warm and inviting restaurant in a pub setting. Everything on the menu is made on the premises including the bread and ice-cream. The restaurant has two AA rosettes, and was AA Restaurant of The Year Winner 2009, and in 2012 was voted by Good Food Guide Readers their Recommended Restaurant of the Year for Wales.

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