Pen-y-Boncath is a delightful, modern bungalow set in the heart of the Gower Peninsula, adjacent to the spectacular Three Cliffs Bay, Pennard Castle and Pennard Golf Course (see above and right).
The two-bedroomed bungalow is a generous size with central heating and wood-burning stove in sitting room (if required).
There is a fully equipped kitchen.
The bungalow is situated in a peaceful, rural location with very pretty enclosed garden and conservatory.
Decor throughout is charming and tasteful.
All electricity, bedlinen and towels are included.
Pen-y-Boncath is within walking distance of 'Maes-Y-Haf' Restaurant and the Gower Heritage Centre which boasts a working water mill, cafe, indoor/outdoor children's play area, animal enclosure, craft/pottery workshops and puppet shows. The Centre also hosts a number of special events throughout the year eg. The Gower Folk Festival.
Next door to the Heritage Centre at 'Shepherds' in Parkmill there is a small filling station, tourist information stand, shop and cafe, and nearby a popular local pub 'The Gower Inn' which serves hot meals daily and has a children's play area.
Short breaks are available outside the main holiday season (late July/August). Weekly bookings are from Sunday to Sunday.
Please note: Sandy Lane is an unmade road and access is via a very rough unmade track which requires driving along slowly.