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Fantastic kitchen/diner with Aga and bi-fold doors to the rear garden patio
Lovely enclosed patio garden to relax in after a day exploring
Cosy cottage in the heart of the Gower
Rhosilli Bay within easy reach of the property
Large king-size bedroom with lovely views
Views from the bedroom
Bathroom with bath and separate shower
Double bedroom with added views
Waterway views in this lovely village from the double bedroom
Three Cliffs Bay another beach on your doorstep
Take a walk out to Worms Head
Take a walk along Swansea waterfront
1 / 12  Fantastic kitchen/diner with Aga and bi-fold doors to the rear garden patio
2 / 12  Lovely enclosed patio garden to relax in after a day exploring
3 / 12  Cosy cottage in the heart of the Gower
4 / 12  Rhosilli Bay within easy reach of the property
5 / 12  Large king-size bedroom with lovely views
6 / 12  Views from the bedroom
7 / 12  Bathroom with bath and separate shower
8 / 12  Double bedroom with added views
9 / 12  Waterway views in this lovely village from the double bedroom
10 / 12  Three Cliffs Bay another beach on your doorstep
11 / 12  Take a walk out to Worms Head
12 / 12  Take a walk along Swansea waterfront

Bwthyn Berwig

Gower, South Wales
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Set in an idyllic village location, with private courtyard garden with walks to the coastal path on your door step
  • The Gower  and the beaches at Oxwich, Rhossili Bay and Port Eynon are close by
  • An ever-popular area for walkers, cyclists, surfers, golfers and horse riding
Property code: 60602

This delightful property lies down a quiet lane, just a short walk from the water at Llanrhidian on the North Gower coast, a perfect retreat for couples and families alike, any time of the year.

With a plethora of super sandy beaches, Gower is a popular holiday destination with walkers, cyclists and surfers. This delightful cottage is set in the heart of Llanrhidian, a picture-perfect village, with pubs and shop. The property is also within walking distance to the Wales Coast Path and the magnificent salt water wetlands of the Loughor estuary. Make a visit to Weobly Castle, a 14th century fortified manor overlooking the village, which is open to the public. A short drive to the bays at Oxwich, Port Eynon and Rhossili, all worth a visit. The Gower Heritage Centre, a museum built around a 12th century watermill is a lovely day out or enjoy some retail therapy in the city which is just a 5 mile drive away. (Please check admittance for the various attractions).

Enter the property into a useful boot room, where you can kick off your boots and hang up your coat, then head through to the contemporary kitchen/diner. There is a beautiful electric Aga for winter months, electric oven and induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The dining area is a great spot to sit an enjoy your breakfast with fabulous bi-fold doors leading to the outside. Through to the characterful lounge with a warming wood burner set in a stone fire place, beamed ceiling and TV/DVD, the ideal room to relax and unwind after a day exploring the coast. Stairs from the kitchen lead up to the first floor where you will find the king-size bedroom with original wooden floorboards and lovely views from both aspects. Along the landing is the bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC. A further flight of stairs lead up to the second floor with a pretty double bedroom, please note there is restricted height in this room.

Heading outside there is a suntrap courtyard which is accessed from the kitchen, with garden furniture and washing line making this a great spot for al fresco dining. There is off-road parking in front of the property for one car.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms – 1 king-size and1 double
  • 1 bathroom
  • Electric Aga, electric oven and induction hob, fridge, freezer, microwave and dishwasher
  • Washing machine located in the property bathroom
  • Wood burner
  • Electric and central heating included
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 1 dog welcome (insurance recommended)
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Beaches 3 miles, pubs and shop within walking distance

Sally Thomas

This property is personally managed by Sally.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Mike 7th September 2020

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Theres a lot to like about this cottage: nicely proportioned rooms, warm & well equipped kitchen and a homely feel. A small but pretty terrace and useful lobby add to the appeal. We didnt use the 2nd floor bedroom but youd need to mind your head as eaves are steep. The master bed mattress isnt great as previous renter noted. Shame we had an issue wRead moreith the key not being in the lockbox on arrival but overall we had a very nice time. Good pub up the road too! Hide

Reviewed by Alan 28th August 2020

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Fantastic location; very quiet with views overlooking the church and with a great little local just up the road. Perfect for families to explore the area from and with plenty of space for upto 6 - just wish wed stayed one more night!

Reviewed by Jeremy 25th October 2019

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This Property is an ideal haven & base for couples or families wishing to visit the Gower. Peaceful & well positioned with the obvious options to visit further areas. Local amenities with the Esso also acting as shop, post office & cash point is a great bonus on the doorstep. The Dolphin pub is a classic drinking house with great beer garden areas Read morefor the summer whilst the "Welcome" over the road offers a newer pub environment with restaurant upstairs at the weekend (Service issues in week?) Hide

Reviewed by Steve 11th October 2019

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Our October stay was disappointing. Let down mainly due to lack of sleep on an uncomfortable bed, we could feel every spring! The Cottage looked tired in places, garden didn't look inviting and smaller than thought. The Bathroom was narrow, and small things like missing toilet roll holder let it down. Missing bulbs and some light switches not workiRead moreng in rooms It does need some Love and care to reach its potential n a lovely area. A bit of a disappointment for us and not as we would have expected Hide

Reviewed by Lenneke 27th September 2019

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Reviewed by Peter 20th September 2019

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Dont go here choose somewhere else. Lack of detailed care that makes a holiday special. Down a very narrow lane and has tired decor. Hoover didnt work, towel rail didnt work, messy patio, broken outside furniture.

Reviewed by Sharon 6th September 2019

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This is a lovely little cottage in a nice village on the Gower. The low ceilings proved to be a challenge on occasion, but no damage was done. The local pub does wonderful food.

Reviewed by Rebecca 2nd August 2019

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When arriving at the property there was an alarm going off and after contact was eventually made with the owner it was established that this was the freezer door alarm because the door did not shut. This meant that we had to turn off the freezer and deal with a defrosting freezer. Other problems with the property included the fridge was not securedRead more meaning the fridge fell forward if items were in the door, missing microwave plate, lack of utensils and pans, broken garden chair and all garden fur Hide

Reviewed by Trudi 15th June 2019

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Reviewed by Peter 31st May 2019

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Very pleasant and quirky cottage in a good location for the beautiful scenery in the Gower region. Great local pub within easy walking distance.

Reviewed by Les 10th May 2019

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Reviewed by Anthony 3rd May 2019

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Poorly maintained cottage much in need of work . Disappointing.

Reviewed by Amanda 12th April 2019

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It's an older cottage so is very characteristic but a little tired in places. A little cold at night if you havent planned ahead with switching the night storage heaters on, and/or the aga. There is limitations on the hot water for a bath etc. but always a hot shower available. We loved our holiday, small friendly village, with nice pub for food, nRead moreot sure it's a short walk to the water! Marshland maybe, but not the best for dog walking. For a restful, quiet break, I would recommend it. Hide

Reviewed by Natasha 23rd March 2019

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Reviewed by Shona 3rd March 2019

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Reviewed by Henry 24th January 2019

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Location is everything for this cottage. Cooking was limited and oven instructions would of helped enormously.

Reviewed by Sarah 30th December 2018

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A lovely characterful cottage in a great location in Llanrhidian, close to the Welcome to Town pub, village green and coastal path on foot and Llangenith, Rhosilli, Oxwich and Mumbles by car. We thoroughly enjoyed our three night stay over New Year.

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