Glebe Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building and is a very special old house as it has its own unique friendly ghost. It dates as far back as the 12th Century and has a wealth of history surrounding it. It was originally built for the powerful order of St John of Jerusalem and his Knights.
The Barns are situated in the farm yard and when you relax on the patios, you can enjoy the ambience and spectacular views of such a peaceful and stunning hamlet of North Gower.
This is a brand new conversion of a stone barn. Relax in the king bedroom or charming twin bedroom which have vaulted ceilings and are on the first floor, accessed via a Welsh oak mezzanine walkway. The very comfortable single bedroom on the ground floor is situated next to the bathroom and has easy wheelchair access. All rooms are stylishly furnished with solid pine wardrobes, chests, dressing tables and bedside cabinets. All bedrooms have a tv with video player and bedside lamp. A hair dryer is provided. All bed linen is provided. A travel cot, high-chair and baby bath is available at no extra charge. Please bring own linen for the cot.
The kitchen diner is fully fitted with a dishwasher, washing machine/dryer, fridge, separate freezer, electric oven and hob, extractor, microwave, toaster, iron, ironing board etc. The dining area seats 6 and a highchair is available at no extra cost. The bathroom has a luxury walk-in shower with a shaver point at the washbasin. All towels (not beach towels) and a tea towel are provided.
The lounge is open to vaulted ceilings and has two comfortable large leather sofas, tv, dvd and video players and a hifi system. A small dvd and video library is available.
The furnished patio area seats six and has breathtaking views down the valley and of Cheriton Conservation Area. Both entrances have ramped access.
Glebe Farm Barns have been awarded four major awards: Two commendations at the Lord Mayor's Design Awards 2007 for "Best Vernacular Feature in Gower" and "Best in Category", A Highly Commended Award at the Built In Quality Awards 2007 for "Domestic Extensions and Alterations" and The Gower Society Design Award 2007.
Wifi is included.