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Blackheath Cottage

Gower Self Catering Sleeps 1 to 5, 2 bedrooms £300 to £850 per week

Cosy traditional stone holiday cottage in Reynoldston village at the heart of the Gower Peninsula, two minutes from local pub with great food and atmosphere. Secure enclosed gardens front and back overlooking a mountain stream and open fields. Sheep wander down for water opposite the cottage - and into the garden if gate is open.

Refurbished to a very high standard with much of the old pointed stonework used as a feature around doors and windows. There is a very well appointed kitchen with washing machine, tumble drier,dish washer as well as a wine cooler.



Lounge (seats five in comfort), with tv (Sky TV, movies and sport) plus wifi and dvd player.

Bathroom with powerful electric shower and a large bath, Edwardian style sink.

Kitchen is galley style and fully equipped with dishwasher, washing machine and drier, fridge and freezer,wine cooler and coffee percolator.

Dining room with table and chairs for 6, two easy chairs, unique glass lantern roof and double French doors that open on to the rear garden.


Two bedrooms containing three good quality, comfortable beds, plus ample clothes storage and hanging space.


secure gardens to front and rear with furniture and barbecue to take advantage and enjoy the peace of the village

The cottage is fully double glazed with full central heating. All bed linen and towels (bath and hand for 5) are included plus a high chair, travel cot and stair gate available (please let us know if you want to use these).

On arrival we provide a locally made treat to enjoy with tea and coffee which are always available.

Local area and attractions

We are friendly and helpful owners who with local knowledge are keen to help our guests get the best out of their holiday. We also are flexible with short holiday breaks and please don't hesitate to contact us to discuss.

Gower is a great holiday base for walking and cycling, with glorious sandy beaches all around on which you relax or, for the more energetic, surfing and paragliding. You can walk from the cottage up on to the Gower Way footpath which will take you to all the beauty spots of the area.There are also many local gastronomic foodstuffs if you want to cook in, but also an excellent local pub. The King Arthur in the village that does food at all hours.

Two top class restaurant nearby - The Fairyhill Hotel plus excellent locally produced food at pubs like The Britannia, Llanmadoc are all within a short drive.