Holiday Cottages and Self Catering in the Gower Peninsula

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A stunning peninsula in south Wales, the Gower Peninsula was the first area in Britain to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This breath-taking area offers beautiful stretches of coastline, wildlife-filled walks and some of the best surfing spots in Britain. Read More

51.617195, -4.255323
Crosslands Cottage
1675

In an idyllic wonderful position, this holiday cottage is located on the edge of Llanrhidian Marsh and within just ten minutes of the Gower beaches and attractions of South Wales.

From £375 to £900 per week
Sleeps 6
(3 bedrooms)
 
1 DogChildren welcomeNo smoking
51.617195, -4.255323
Wagtails
1001

A self catering holiday apartment on the village green in the beautiful setting of Gower Peninsula, Wales and just a short stroll from the local village inn and a lovely sandy beach.

From £295 to £550 per week
Sleeps 2+1
(1 bedroom)
 
1 DogChildren welcomeNo smoking
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Middle Cottage
988

A charming self catering holiday cottage in the beautiful setting of Gower Peninsula, Wales and just a short stroll from a lovely sandy beach and the local village inn.

From £365 to £895 per week
Sleeps 5
(2 bedrooms)
 
1 DogChildren welcomeNo smoking

About the Gower Peninsula

The Gower Peninsula has plenty to offer fans of the outdoors, with stunning and varied scenery, a beautiful coastline and historical sites to explore. This popular location enjoys a wide variety of landscapes in a relatively small area. Choose to walk, cycle or horse ride through heathland, woodland and marshland, all with an abundance of wildlife to spot along the way.

Surfers, both seasoned and beginner will love this well-known area that has been a popular surf location for the last 40 years – why not ride the Atlantic swells at Rhossili Bay to experience the true thrill of surfing!  The National Trust has protected much of Gower’s coastline which boasts stunning beaches,  sandy bays and pretty sheltered coves. From the dramatic limestone cliffs of the South to the estuaries teeming with bird life in the North, the coastline has much appeal.

Enjoying a rich history, the Gower Peninsula offers plenty of historic sites to explore and boasts 6 castles, including Bovehill Castle – a 15th century manor house ruin. Going even further back in time, the Gower Peninsula is famous for its fascinating caves, of which there are many in the county. Paviland Cave is perhaps one of the most well-known, as well as Goat’s Hole Cave - the site of the discovery of the Red Lady of Paviland.

With a rich history, spectacular coastline and beautifully varied backdrops for an array of outdoor activities, the Gower Peninsula is a great choice of a UK holiday destination.


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