Pengwern Farm is located at the heart of Gower giving easy access to all of its beaches, within a 15 minute drive, whilst still remaining within 10 minutes of Killay, which has two super markets, banking facilities and other amenities. The working farm is set within its own land and is 500 yards off the main road giving the ideal setting for an unforgettable holiday. Add to this the uninterrupted views over the Gower area, direct access into massive National Trust woodland and moorland areas on the doorstep, it is ideal for those who wish to walk, cycle, bird watch, surf, swim, fish and pony trek to name but a few of the activities on offer.
There are two barn conversions next to each other and are therefore suitable for parties who wish to holiday together. The Tractor House sleeps 6 people and The Barn sleeps 6.
The Tractor House has been recently converted to provide a high standard of accommodation for up to 6 people. It comprises:
Three bedrooms - one with double bed and an ensuite bathroom and two twin rooms. There is also another bathroom with shower, shaver point, WC and wash hand basin (as the ensuite).
Large walk-in storage area.
The Tractor House has ceramic floors throughout with underfloor heating. This heating and the hot water are provided by an ecologically friendly heat pump system.
Fully equipped kitchen with ceramic hobs/electric oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, with a door out onto the deck area.
The first of the living areas (dining room) is vaulted and beamed: with an Aga multifuel stove, armchairs and dining table with 6 chairs. From here through the patio doors is the decked area overlooking the valley and the panoramic views which you can also enjoy from the kitchen and from the upstairs lounge.
Upstairs in the lounge there are sofas and comfy seating for 6, a wall mounted digital tv with freeview and dvd player. From the upstairs window enjoy the views over the valley.
Private garden area which catches the afternoon and evening sun.
What you need to bring
The Tractor House is fully furnished and well equipped. Duvets and pillows are provided (or you can bring your own sleeping bag). All you need to bring are sheets, duvet covers/sleeping bags, pillowcases. Hand and tea towels are provided. A travel cot and high chair are available on request. Cot linen is not provided.
The Tractor House is available primarily for weekly bookings although weekends or midweek breaks may be available at certain times of the year. Please telephone or email for availability. The prices quoted include all utilities. The central heating will be regulated as necessary by us.
A non-refundable deposit of 50% must be paid when the signed booking form is sent and the balance must be settled not less than 1 month before arrival.
A booking will be confirmed once the signed booking form and payment is received and a receipt will be sent acknowledging payment.
Bookings made less than one month before arrival must provide full payment on booking. Once fees are paid then they are non-refundable.
Arrival after 4pm. Departure 10am (unless by prior arrangement).
Please note that there is no smoking in The Tractor House or anywhere near the farm buildings.
For full details of our conditions of hire, please contact us.
Pengwern Farm is sure to satisfy everyone, from those who prefer the peace and tranquility of the countryside, to those who are looking for a more energetic and active holiday. The Gower Peninsula, Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offers visitors a range of activities throughout the year.
There are a vast number of beaches, some of which are more easily accessed and are manned by lifeguards for example Langland and Caswell, others such as Llangennith are popular for surfing, several are more secluded, but well worth the walk.
The Gower Peninsula is an ideal area for those that enjoy outdoor holidays. It has a range of footpaths and bridleways suitable for walking, mountain biking and horse-riding through a diverse range of landscapes - along spectacular clifftops, through picturesque villages, rolling countryside, hills, valleys, commons, woodland, dunes and marshes. The area has an historic past and has many ancient sites, monuments, caves, castles at Pennard, Oxwich and Woebley and landmarks to visit including King Arthur's Stone.
In Parkmill, 5 minutes drive, you have the choice of an old working watermill with many other attractions for the younger members of the family, or one of the many horse riding facilities in the area. Further a field, at Perriswood just 10 minutes drive away there is an archery and wild bird centre.