Hill House Llanrhidian
Hill House has been in our family for over 100 years. It was renovated by us for our own use about 25 years age and has been let as a holiday cottage since 2007. It is located at the heart of the Gower peninsula on the edge of the quiet village of Llanrhidian about 10 miles from Swansea city centre.
Llanrhidian has its own pub, post office, shop and picturesque Norman church. Swansea boasts the largest covered market in Wales, the first ever passenger carrying railway, the birthplace of Wales's most famous poet, Dylan Thomas, and the impressive 5 mile stretch of Swansea bay from the water front marina area to the Mumbles lighthouse.
The Gower peninsula was designated as Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1956 and Hill House provides the ideal base for exploring all of its attractions. Gower is a compact area of approximately 70 square miles and its long ANOB status has prevented over development and commercialisation.
It's the outdoor enthusiast's paradise with an abundance of beaches, footpaths and moorland. Ideal for the classic British bucket and spade beach holiday, surfing, windsurfing, walking, etc. Relax in the garden and enjoy the views and sunsets or get out and about - In a two-week stay you can visit a different beach every day and all are within short drive of Hill House (10 - 20 minutes).
Most of the beaches have seaside awards and Rhossili bay has been voted as Britain's best beach on numerous occasions. Some of the more popular (easy to get to) beaches have lifeguards on duty during the summer period. Hill House sleeps 9 & cot in four airy bedrooms.
There is a family bathroom with a separate shower room. The fully equipped farmhouse style kitchen has seating to accommodate 12 diners. There are two sitting rooms both with free view televisions and one has an open fire. Outside there is a large sun terrace and three large lawn areas.
The rear-sheltered south facing rear lawn is a suntrap and is ideal for ball and racquet games.
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This page was last updated: 25 March 2014