Stepping Stones Three Cliffs Bay

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Dogs
  • Reference 1501

Property Overview

Within strolling distance of fabulous Three Cliffs Bay, Stepping Stones is a super user friendly cottage, one of four,  for beach holidays and exploring the glorious Gower Peninsula. An ideal choice for families or friends sharing. Pet dogs are welcome too. 

  • The small village of Parkmill is at the "Gateway to Gower'.  In Spring this pretty valley is overrun with bluebells and wild garlic flowers, in Summer the dappled shade of the pretty woodland comes to life.  The autumn brings stunning colours to the trees and empty beaches.  The sounds of the sea can be heard on stormy winter nights.  This cottage truly is an all year destination. 
  • This modern well-equipped cottage was built with an eye to practicality.  Underfloor heating and tiled floors are easy care and a welcome touch on the ground floor and upstairs bedrooms are warm and cozy.
  • The kitchen area is well equipped with hob, full oven and microwave.  There is a stowaway dining table should you require it.  The shower room is on the ground floor. 
  • There is no private outside space but the cottage is less than a minute from the woods and river walk, dog-friendly all year round.

Practical well-equipped and user friendly cottage for carefree holidays in a beautiful coastal location location.

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