Bryn-y-môr Cottage, Gower, a charming three bedroom self-catering cottage set at the edge of the village of Llangennith in the Gower peninsula – Britain’s first area of outstanding natural beauty. Its enviable position offers both privacy and uninterrupted views of the dramatic scenery of Broughton and Rhossilli Bays. The 4✭✭✭✭ Visit Britain cottage offers year round accommodation that is full of light in summer and warm and snug in winter.
Gower was named as Britain’s first area of outstanding natural beauty in 1956. The peninsula, just west of Swansea, Wales’ city by the sea, is only 70 sq miles in area: compact enough for you to take in all it has to offer.
Bryn-y-môr Cottage (literally hill of the sea) tells you the whole story in a name. Set on the lower slope of Llanmadoc Down it looks down onto limestone cliffs and sea at Broughton Bay to the north and to Rhossili Bay to the west. The cottage has been fully renovated by the owners who are at hand to make sure their visitors have a home from home experience in a place that offers what surely must be some of the best views in Britain. More…>
“Lovely well-equipped cottage in a stunning setting. Particularly enjoyed eating on the terrace with views over the sea. We’ll be back.”
Niall, Catherine, Laura + baby Horace, York