Clyne Farm Centre is ideally placed overlooking the wide sweep of Swansea Bay, and within three miles of the City of Swansea, Wales National Pool, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea University, Mumbles and the start of the famed Gower beaches. The converted stone barns are ideal for families, couples, groups. Outdoor activities also available.
Nine cottages which can sleep 51 guests in total.
The Dairy (Sleeps 4) - This end terrace cottage has been converted 'upside down' to enjoy views over open farmland and the Bristol Channel. Ground floor: 2 bedrooms - 1 double, 1 twin, bathroom with bath, washbasin, WC and over bath shower, separate WC. First floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen and dining room. The Dairy, Stables Cottage and Hayloft can interconnect to sleep up to 14.
Stables Cottage (Sleeps 6) - A mid terrace cottage with views from its first floor living areas of the surrounding countryside and the stable yard. Ground floor: 3 bedrooms - 1 double, 2 twin, bathroom with bath, washbasin, WC and over bath shower, separate WC. First floor: Open plan lounge/dining room and kitchen. Separate WC. The Dairy, Stables Cottage and Hayloft can interconnect to sleep up to 14.
Hayloft (Sleeps 4) - From the first floor living space and balcony of this converted stone barn are views over open farmland to Clyne Valley Country Park and Swansea Bay. Ground floor: 2 bedrooms - 1 double, 1 twin, bathroom with bath, washbasin, WC and over bath shower, separate WC. First floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen and dining room. The Dairy, Stables Cottage and Hayloft can interconnect to sleep up to 14.
Chapel Barn (Sleeps 4) - This old stone lambing shed is now a delightful semi-detached cottage. Open plan lounge/dining room and kitchen with French doors leading to a small enclosed garden. 2 bedrooms - 1 double and 1 twin, bathroom with bath and shower attached, basin and toilet.
Byron's Barn (Sleeps 4) - This small but cosy end terrace barn is ideal for a small family and is named after the master mason who restored it from an old cart shed. Open plan lounge/dining room and kitchen, one double bedroom, bathroom with bath, washbasin, WC and over bath shower. Twin bedded room in roof space with sloping ceiling.
Horseshoe Cottage (Sleeps 5) - Shire horses and pigs once lived in this old semi-detached barn which is now a single storey cottage with extensive views over Swansea Bay from a glazed extension. Open plan lounge/dining room/kitchen. 3 bedrooms - 1 double with en-suite shower room, 1 twin and 1 single, bathroom with bath, toilet and basin.
The Old Schoolroom (Sleeps 8) - What was once a stone calf shed is now a spacious semi-detached cottage with panoramic views over fields and the sea from a glazed extension. Ground floor: Lounge/dining room with woodburner, fitted kitchen, 1 double, 1 twin, walk in shower room with WC and basin, separate toilet and basin. First floor: 1 double, 1 twin, bathroom with bath, over bath shower, basin and WC.
Barn Owl Lodge (Sleeps 8) - In a secluded location in Clyne Woods the cottage takes its name from the pair of barn owls who nest in the adjoining barn. Entrance hall. Spacious living/dining room with electric fire,TV and video, rugs on wooden floor, glazed extension overlooking pond and decked area. Double bedroom. Twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom. Bathroom/WC with over bath shower. Shower room/wc. First floor: Two twin bedded rooms each with a sloping ceiling (one with 2' 6' beds). Barn Owl Lodge and Keeper's Cottage can interconnect to sleep 16.
Keeper's Cottage (Sleeps 8) - Beamed living/dining room with wood burning stove, piano and rugs on wooden floor. Spacious hall. TV room with TV and video. Well-equipped kitchen. Beamed double bedroom with brass bed. Twin bedded room with en-suite shower Bunk bedded room. Bathroom/wc. First floor: Double bedroom. Bathroom/wc. Barn Owl Lodge and Keeper's Cottage can interconnect to sleep 16.
Dylan Thomas Birthplace, 5 Cwmdonkin Drive
This is the most sought after experience - living in the birthplace of the famous poet Dylan Thomas in a house restored to the condition that it was in in 1914 when it was bought new by the Thomas family just months before Dylan was born in the front bedroom. Sleeps 7 in the bedrooms where Dylan composed 80% of his work.
Although we are only five miles from Swansea we are in a spectacular location on one of the seven hills of Swansea overlooking the sea and quite secluded. Keeper's Cottage and Barn Owl Lodge are reached by a mile long stone drive through beautiful Clyne Woods where there is a chance to glimpse wildlife such as buzzards, foxes, badgers and rabbits. The Gower beaches start a mile away and there are walks over moorland from our doorstep.
Beaches in summer and winter, on site riding stables catering for all levels of rider, indoor climbing, archery, orienteering , raft building and Challenge Valley - the muddiest assault course in the world - all on site.
Further afield we organise climbing and abseiling, gorge walking, surfing, quadbiking, paintballing and clay pigeon shooting. We have bike and bodyboard hire.
In Swansea there is the National Waterfront Museum and the Wales National Swimming Pool as well as theatres, cinemas and ten pin bowling. The Gower beaches with miles of golden sands are hard to beat
"Wonderful holiday. Excellent accommodation combining rural life with good beaches (particularly liked Oxwich) and shopping in Swansea. Good range of activities and helpful staff."
"Had a lovely week. Views outstanding and so peaceful. Staff very friendly and extremely helpful. Would love to come back."
"A real 'getaway break from it all' short break. Loved everything; the accommodation, furnishings and being close to so many animals.''
Free onsite parking.
We offer activities such as Challenge Valley - the muddiest assault course in the world, horseriding, archery, climbing, gorge walking (canyoning), abseiling, orienteering, rock hopping (coasteering), and canoeing. We also arrange stag/hen/birthday parties and team building courses. Activities open to residents and non residents alike.
We are regularly inspected by the British Activity Holiday Association and Wales Trekking and Riding Association.
We are able to offer Taste of Wales dinner menus by special arrangement.
Clyne Farm is just three miles from the old fishing village of Mumbles which has an extensive range of restaurants offering traditional and ethnic cuisine.
Locally, The Woodman Inn offers real ale and a good menu.
Prices include bed linen, towels and tea towels, heating and lighting.
Clyne Farm Centre
Holiday Cottage at:
Westport Avenue, Mayals