No 38 is set on the Gower Coast. The Gower Peninsula was the first place in Britain to be designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Coastline has much to offer including rugged surf-lashed coasts, castles, beautiful beaches, medieval churches and caves. Most of the coast line is owned by the National Trust.
With some of the most consistently good surf in Britain, the Gower Coast is a Mecca for surfers. With its rugged coastline, there are no less than twenty one bays and sheltered coves.
No 38 is set on a small family run site. We welcome dogs and children to our cottage, which has recently been re-furbished with dogs and children in mind. The flooring is now non slip tiling for those sandy feet and paws. The second bedroom has a wall mounted TV with games console cabling so the children can happily play on their PS2/Xboxes while Mum and Dad take advantage of the well stocked films DVDs on the large TV in the lounge.
The cottage also has two bed settees in the lounge so can sleep up to eight if needed.
Take advantage of the swimming pool on site. While the children are happily swimming, Mum and Dad can take advantage of the spa-bath and sauna. There is also a games room on site with a pool table for those I'm bored!" moments we all get with our children.
If the children need to burn off some of that energy, they can walk to the onsite, enclosed playground.
Well located. 5 minutes from many beautiful beaches.
Children & Pet friendly site.
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Disabled Facilities: Yes. No 38 is a bungalow. We can arrange for a ramp to be provided for front door access. Shower has high step.
Linen Provided: No.
Pets Allowed: Yes. We welcome dogs at no extra cost.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. The site has a children's play area & a dog walking field
Local Services: Shop on site, with cash point. Pub within walking distance, hairdressers, doctors & chemist within walking distance. On local bus route.
Head for South Wales. Come off M4 at junction 24 (Swansea). Take signs for the South Gower before reaching the Mumbles. Passed Oxwich, the cottage is located in the village of Scurlage.