|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
‘Devon View’ caters for a family of four (or couples) in luxury surroundings. It has a spacious, modern living accommodation area which comprises of a large lounge/dining area with double french doors that lead onto a limestone patio area equipped with table and chairs which is ideal for outdoor living. The property is fully equipped to meet your holiday needs. In the lounge you will find a television and dvd player with a wide selection of dvds, books and games. On the ground floor there is a modern kitchen area with a washing machine, fridge freezer and dishwasher. The stable door opens onto the patio area which is ideal for easy access to the barbeque. As you enter the property to the right of the hallway, there is a downstairs toilet and wash basin and on the left hand side the oak stairway leads upstairs to a bathroom with a shower and two double bedrooms both with fabulous countryside views over farm fields. At the front of the property and main part of the house there is parking and here you can take in the beautiful views across the cliffs and sea to Devon or venture along the cliffs to the village and beaches of Pobbles and Three Cliffs in one direction or the secluded and unspoilt beach of Pwll Du and popular Caswell Bay in the other direction. The house is close to local amenities which includes local shops, a post office, coffee shops and is on a bus route to nearby villages where you can sample the local ales and pub food.
Fell in love with the property and sea views. Home is where the heart is!
The location is the first reason why the property is unique and secondly its tranquillity. The holiday let has been recently built to a high specification. It will feel like home from home for comfort and style.
We spent four nights at this property in January 2017 in search of some quality time and a relaxing break and we were not disappointed! The high standard accommodation was ideally situated close to the coastal path with an easy bus route into Mumbles. We received a very warm welcome by the owner, Sharon, who went out of her way to make our stay a memorable one. We would certainly consider returning to this property and exploring more of the spectacular beaches and lovely walks.
We throughly enjoyed our weekend stay rediscovering the beautiful Gower peninsula. A lovely welcome by Sharon who was on hand if needed. The house was spotlessly clean, we would not hesitate to recommend or indeed return to in the future.
This property is beautiful. It is decorated and maintained to a very high standard and has all the comforts you need for a lovely holiday. It has a perfect location on the cliffs for walking and exploring the area. Sharon (the owner) is lovely. She will meet you and show you round and is on hand nearby for anything else you may need during your stay. If you are wanting to visit this area, I would highly recommend this property.
Great location. Could have found better places to eat so more local info. would be welcome. Accurate description of property. Would recommend the property but think very weather dependent. We were lucky
Lovely location on the beautiful south coast of the Gower. Property in excellent condition throughout and Sharon made us very welcome indeed. There are stunning beaches, numerous walks, castles galore and many excellent restaurants and pubs all within easy reach. We would recommend around Mumbles in particular for restaurants.
We stayed for a long weekend and were very impressed by the quality of the furnishings and the facilities provided in the property which we found was reflected accurately in the photos and description and was immaculately clean. Sharon was a very welcoming host who made us feel right at home straightaway and gave us a much appreciated bottle of wine. Although the bedrooms were not huge, they were very comfortable and we were able to fit a travel cot in the double bedroom.
The surrounding area was quiet and the scenery stunning. Although we had mixed weather, when it was good it was very very good and there was plenty to do even in the rain. Mumbles is a charming spot and there is plenty on offer in Swansea. If staying longer, there is plenty more to visit within easy travelling distance. We can recommend Caswell Bay for a pleasant sunny afternoon, although our granddaughter was not sure about the feel of sand on her bare feet - she's 18 months old! However, the cows in the field next to the property saved her holiday as she absolutely loved them.
The cafe at the top of the road by the National Trust car park served delicious ice creams, including one called Cow Mix which was a lot nicer than it sounded!! And there is also a shop there which sells every day essentials together with other local and souvenir items. We enjoyed a very good roast dinner at a pub in Bishopston and I am not often impressed by pub roast lunches. I usually find them rather plastic but this one was extremely tasty and the meat very tender.
This was our first stay in The Gower and we thoroughly enjoyed it and would happily consider returning. Everyone we met was very welcoming and friendly. It's a beautiful area and well worth a visit.
The local area is surrounded by beautiful golden beaches which includeThree Cliffs Pobbles, Hunts and Pwll Du. These are a short walk along the cliff from Devon View. There is a local shop and two coffee shops that serve delicious home food which are located in the heart of the village approximately 15 minutes walk away along the coastal road.There is a nearby club which you can walk to which is open to non members which serves meals and drinks and if you like golf, Pennard Golf Club is located on the way into the village of Southgate. A short drive away you can visit the pretty seaside resort of Mumbles with its famous Joes Icecream Parlour, local bars and cafes and chic fashion boutiques. There are local parks for the children and historic castles to explore such as Oystermouth Castle. A short walk from Mumbles are Langland and Caswell Bay. Here you can surf on the sea and visit the beachside cafes for refreshments while you watch the world go by. About 15 minutes drive from the village of Southgate is Penmaen. Here you will find an Archery and Bird of Prey Centre. The Gower Heritage Centre is located a short drive away in Parkmill and is an ideal trip for families with young children. In the next village along from Southgate there are three public houses in Bishopston: The Joiners, The Valley and The Plough which all serve food. Here you will also find is a local Co-op with very reasonable priced groceries.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£75|