Hill House is a large self catering holiday property sleeping up to nine adults on the edge of the village of Llanrhidian on the Gower Peninsula, Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is a truly magnificent rural setting with fabulous views across open fields towards the salt marshes of the Burry Estuary.
The ground floor sitting room has a tiled floor, open log burning fire, Freeview TV and DVD player. In addition to this there is a well equipped kitchen complete with electric cooker, microwave oven, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. A second sitting room affords you some lovely views over the estuary and the dining room can seat up to 9 people.
Hill House sleeps up to nine adults in four bedrooms.
There is a ground floor twin bedroom with access to terrace and a shower room with WC and hand basin.
On the first floor there is the triple aspect master bedroom giving fabulous views around. A second double bedroom with original wood floor and overlooking the garden towards woodland beyond. A triple room has three single beds and doubnle aspect windows to look over the sun terrace and out to the estuary. On this floor you will also find the family bathroom with shower, wash basin and WC.
Outside there are extensive gardens, one is a side garden with a lawn and a large paved south facing sun terrace with garden furniture and BBQ. To the rear is a large private lawn surrounded by hedges and fruit trees.
The driveway will accommodate several cars and a luggage or boat trailer.
Short breaks may be available in low season.
The Gower Peninsula has an extremely varied landscape with everything from limestone cliffs and beaches, dune systems, traditional agricultural land and secluded valleys of deciduous woodland. This area has been settled since prehistoric times and there are a higher than average number of Neolithic and Bronze Age sites. Llanrhidian itself is overlooked by the iron age hill fort of Cilifor.