Book online at www.homefromhome.com37GOWERA modern, nicely appointed two bedroom brick-built bungalow offering comfortable accommodation for four people.AccommodationAll accommodation is on the ground fl oor: Enter into the hallway with access to the bathroom and main living area. The bathroom has a three-piece suite with bath with electric shower over, WC and basin. The open-plan lounge/diner/kitchen has a three-seater sofa and double sofa bed, TV with Freeview and DVD, table and chairs for four and kitchen area with double electric oven, fridge and microwave.A comfortable and beautifully presented two bedroom bungalow with many additional homely comforts. AccommodationOpen-plan lounge, dining/kitchen area with two two-seater sofas, TV/DVD and occasional furniture. The dining area has a table and chairs for four people. The fi tted kitchen has a fridge, microwave and double electric oven with four-ring hob. The bathroom has a three-piece suite with WC, handbasin and electric shower over the bath.RefGower Holiday Village, ScurlageGower Holiday Village, Scurlage7.36Sleeps 4: 1 double, 1 twin Ref7.43Sleeping 4 in 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin (2. 6" beds) C/O day Sat . Electric heating . Bed linen provided . No towels . Parking for one car . Cot can be provided by prior arrangement with owner . No smoking . No petsLow Medium High PeakWeek 315 370 420 520 C/O day Sat . Electric heating . Parking for two cars . No bed linen (duvets and pillows only) . No smoking . No petsLow Medium High PeakWeek 315 370 420 520 Short Break 224 263 298 N/AA two bedroom brick built bungalow offers modern, comfortable accommodation for four people.AccommodationAn open-plan lounge, dining/kitchen area with two two-seater sofas, TV/DVD and occasional furniture. The dining area has a table and chairs for four people. Fitted kitchen with fridge, microwave and double electric oven with four-ring hob. There are two bedrooms, one double and one twin. Both bedrooms have ample storage. The bathroom has a three-piece suite with WC, handbasin and electric shower over the bath.RefGower Holiday Village, Scurlage7.08Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twinC/O day Sat . Electric heating . No bed linen (duvets and pillows only) . Parking . No smoking . No petsLow Medium High PeakWeek 295 340 390 480 Short Break 209 241 277 N/AGower Holiday Village is situated towards the western end of Gower with the beaches of Port Eynon and Rhossili a short drive away.There are ample facilities on site including a heated indoor swimming pool, with spa bath and sauna, a leisure area, a children's playground and a launderette. The village shop stocks everything you might need and includes: a post offi ce, in-house bakery, off licence and cash machine. Next door to the complex is a chip shop and The Countryman pub serving pub fayre. Access is also available to a squash and tennis court for an extra cost.
Bookings hotline +44 (0) 1792 360624GOWERA charming four bedroom farmhouse situated on a working farm in the heart of Gower, set in its own acreage with farm animals and views over Rhossili Down. A downstairs bedroom and newly fi tted shower room make it suitable for visitors with limited mobility. A well-stocked convenience store is a short walk away whilst the nearby King Arthur Hotel offers excellent pub food. From the farm, a public footpath leads to Port Eynon Beach approximately three miles away or to Oxwich Bay which is a little further.Please see website for further pictures and information.AccommodationHallway leading to sitting room, family room, kitchen diner, shower room and stairs to the fi rst fl oor. Large sitting room with digital TV/DVD. Family room with sofa bed, armchair, digital TV/DVD. Fitted kitchen/diner with electric hob, fan-assisted oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and breakfast bar. Dining room sits eight. Ground fl oor bedroom with two single beds, a shower room, WC and wash handbasin. First Floor: Three bedrooms: two doubles and a twin. Bathroom with shower over the bath.External: Utility room with sink, washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Storage room for bikes/surfboards. Large enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with some shade from mature trees.A beautifully appointed, newly refurbished six bedroom house in Knelston with views towards Rhossili Down and Burry. It adjoins the Old Chapel (Ref 98a) which sleeps two people and, with an interlocking door, can be opened up for larger parties sharing both properties. A further option is Ref 98b, Ty Hannah, which on the same site provides even more accommodation for big groups.AccommodationKitchen/diner fully equipped with a dining table for six. The kitchen has a microwave, fridge/freezer, ceramic electric hobs and separate electric grill/oven and extractor fan. From the kitchen diner is a living room with a feature fi replace and seating area. On the ground fl oor is a bathroom equipped with a WC and handbasin. First fl oor: The stairs lead to two double rooms and a further single bedroom. The family bathroom has a three-piece suite with shower over bath. From the fi rst fl oor there is also access to the Chapel.Second Floor: Another fl ight of stairs leads up to the attic conversion boasting panoramic views of Gower. The light, bright second fl oor bedroom consists of a double and single bed with Velux windows.38The Farmhouse, Fairfi eld FarmThe ManseC/O day Fri . Oil CH . Bed linen and towels provided . Enclosed garden . Patio furniture . Barbecue . Off street parking . Cot, high chair and stair gate available . Pets welcome . Welcome packLow Medium High PeakWeek 610 705 795 980 Short Break 433 501 564 N/ASleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms: 2 double, 2 twinRef96bRef98Sleeps 8 in 6 bedrooms: 3 doubles and 2 singles (one double and single in same room)C/O day Sat . Oil fi red C/H . Bed linen and towels supplied . Deck with patio furniture . Cot with bed linen on request . Courtyard with parking for two cars . Broadband . No smokingLow Medium High PeakWeek 610 705 795 980 Short Break 433 501 565 N/A These two villages, set about a mile apart, are steeped in Gower's rich rural history. Despite being set in the very heart of the peninsula, they were strongly infl uenced by their Anglo-Norman roots as Gower was settled as a Norman conquest as early as AD 1100. Farming was the main source of employment for hundreds of years and many of the handsome and traditional Gower farmhouses survive to this day. Yet even today, the pace of life in the villages is remarkably mellow. People who live and settle here recognise and are in harmony with their extraordinary surroundings. Hidden away just outside Reynoldston is the award-winning restaurant Fairy Hill, an eighteenth-century mansion set in twenty-four acres of private grounds. It makes for an unforgettable dining experience but for those looking for simpler fayre, King Arthur's Hotel in Reynoldston offers home cooked traditional pub food and real ales to savour. Whether striking out onto Gower for a day walking along its coastline or choosing to do little more than unwind in the village and forget the outside world, this is a location that draws visitors back year after year. It isn't hard to see why.Knelston/ Reynoldston VISIT WALES GRADING? ? ?VISIT WALES GRADING? ? ? ?