Coastal holiday cottages near Bishopston at Gower, sleeping 12 for family get togethers and fantastic walking weekends by the sea
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Vineyard Barns Gower, Bishopston, Swansea, sleeps 2 - 12 in 6 bedrooms.
The Dairy sleeps 10 guests in 5 bedrooms
The Stables sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom
Both have a sofa bed for 2 in the lounge
The properties may be let together or separately.
These recently restored farm building properties provide great holiday houses on the Gower peninsular. In a premium location, Gower is famed for breathtaking beaches and spectacular views over wide sandy expanses, perfect for family days out, coastal path walks and some of the UK's best surfing. Bishopston, a short walk away, is a village offering a great range of amenities, including 2 pubs, a hotel serving cream teas and 3 shops. Vineyard Barns Gower are a great choice for 3 generation families, friends, walkers, cyclists and water sports enthusiasts. And just a short distance (about 20 minutes) from the M4, perfect for guests meeting up from different places.
The Dairy has spacious open plan living accommodation with inside dining for 12 guests to eat together. Both properties have fully equipped kitchens and lounges with The Stables being a sensible option for grandparents or young families. Most of the accommodation is ground floor with a few small steps only, helpful for anyone less mobile. The outside patio is ideal for family barbecues and a glass of wine while the kids run around the grounds and adjoining field letting off steam. The Dairy also has an entrance hallway with benches and hooks to store coats and walking boots. Between the 2 properties is another barn, available to use for storage of bikes, surfboards and other outside equipment.
The comfortable bedrooms are mostly doubles with 1 room configured as a twin. The lounges both have sofa beds for an extra 2 guests in each. Between the 2 properties there are 4 contemporary bathrooms.
This is Gower so there is no shortage of destinations to visit, either on foot or by car. There is a footpath leading to the amazing National Trust Bishopston Valley ending up in the unparalleled Pwll Du Bay, a popular spot for wildlife enthusiasts. Rhossili is a short drive away but has to be seen to be believed. It's a jawdropping sandy beach with its own shipwreck with the makings of a whole relaxed day out by the proximity of the Worms Head Hotel for lunch and a pint. Langland Bay is not far away, a small resort with brightly coloured beach huts and good swimming. Three Cliffs Bay is stunning with one of the most iconic shorelines and a memorable coastal walk to boot. Swansea is a must visit with wide open beaches, a promenade and the best ice cream parlours.