At a Glance
- 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
- Log burner & beams
- Secure gardens
- Cot & highchair
- Countryside surrounds
- Central Gower location
About Belvedere Cottage
Situated in the pretty village of Reynoldston in the heart of the Gower Peninsula, Belvedere Cottage is a mere 20 minutes off the M4, Junction 47 and just a short distance from the spectacular beach bays of the Gower, the UK's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The cottage is pet friendly and surrounded by beautiful countryside and includes its own private secure gardens and level off street parking. Attractions and activities a stone's throw away include Pembrey Country Park, Kidwelly Castle and the fascinating Dan-yr-Ogof Caves. National Welsh museums in Cardiff and Swansea are a short drive away, and the Cefn Bryn ridge is right on your doorstep - perfect for walks with dogs.
A traditionally furnished family friendly house with beamed ceilings, a cosy log burner and living space across two floors. Oil fired central heating and carpeting is throughout.
- Spacious high beamed living room with a feature fireplace and a log burning stove (starter pack included).
- The living room is split into two areas - a comfortable lounge and a dining area.
- Fixtures and furnishings are homely, featuring two comfy armchairs and two large three seater sofas.
- Colour TV, DVD player, games and a bookcase well stocked with novels and books on the Gower.
- Dining area with a dining table and chairs for six guests.
- A large fully fitted kitchen to the side of the cottage entrance with a free standing country kitchen table and seating for six, a gas cooker, microwave, a fridge, freezer, a washing machine, dishwasher and all essential crockery, utensils and cleaning products.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms:-
- Bedroom 1 - a generous double bedroom furnished in a period style with a full bedroom suite inclusive of double bed, a vanity suite, wardrobe, dresser and drawers. Ample space for a folding bed or a full sized cot is available.
- Bedroom 2 - a spacious twin bedroom with two full sized single beds, furnished in a period style with a wardrobe, chest of drawers and a vanity suite. Space is available for a folding bed or full sized cot.
- Bedroom 3 - with a double bed, furnished in a period style with a vanity suite, wardrobe and dresser.
- Bathroom with full sized bath and a hand shower, wash basin and wc.
- Guests are welcome to relax in the spacious gardens during their stay which contain a lawn area, outdoor table and chairs, and various seating around peaceful garden spots.
Facilities/ Further Information
- Pets are welcome - adjoining Cefn Bryn is perfect for dog exercising. Please keep the garden lawn areas clean.
- Full central heating and electric included.
- Coal/ logs provided for the log burner.
- Secure off road parking.
- Cot and high chair available (including cot linen if required).
- Bed linen, towels and duvets included. (bed linen is changed weekly)
- Kitchen and bathroom cleaning products.
- Use of garden and outdoor furniture.
- WiFi internet access available.
- We can supply a cot and highchair on request.
Changeover day is usually a Saturday. Arrival is after 15:30 and departure on Saturday is by 10:00.
Around and About
Reynoldston village is one of the hub villages on the Gower, centrally situated on the Peninsula and perfect for exploring the surrounding coast and countryside of the AONB. The village is equidistant from the beautiful rugged southern coastline of the Gower with its picture-postcard beach bays, the tranquil Loughor estuary and salt marshes along the north coast and on the western edge Llangennith to Rhossili beach.
The Gower has 4 premier golf courses and over 100 miles of footpaths through open moorland, along cliff tops and through salt marshes and dune banks. A choice of fine restaurants and inns are within easy reach including The King Arthur Hotel restaurant and bar in Reynoldston village.
Travelling from the east approaching Swansea we recommend you stay on the M4 motorway signed for Carmarthen, and not follow signs to Swansea and Gower at earlier junctions unless you are familiar with the route.
- From the West - remain on the M4 motorway heading to Swansea. Exit at Junction 47, signed for the A484 Swansea West and services.
- Take the A483 exit off the roundabout at Junction 47 (the dual carriageway).
- Take a right turn at the next roundabout on to new road signed the A484 to Llanelli/ Gower.
- At the second (next) roundabout continue straight on following signs for Llanelli/ Gower.
- At the third (next) roundabout take a left onto the B4296 signed for Gowerton and Gower.
- Go under a low bridge.
- At the lights take a right onto the B4295 signed for Penclawdd/ Gower.
- Continue on through Penclawdd for 3 miles, then on to Llanrhidian (4 miles).
- Straight through Llanrhidian, and follow signs for Llangennith.
- Continue straight on through Old Walls for 1 mile, then after the Greyhound pub take a left fork.
- On through Burry Green to Reynoldston village.