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Get away to the Gower Peninsula and experience the peaceful and relaxed way of life.
Glyn-Y-Mor barn is situated in the small Gower village of Oxwich. It is nestled in the heart of Oxwich, surrounded by trees and fields but not too secluded and still a part of the small local community. There are phenomenal views from the barns over as far as Devon on a clear day. This is a self-catering property which sleeps 6 people. There are three double rooms, one of which has a zip and link bed so could also be used as twin beds. The lounge area has freeview television, a log burner and exposed beams. There is a fully equipped kitchen, utility room with a washing machine and a downstairs bathroom.
The Gower Peninsula is full of activities for the family, from surfing to scenic boat trips, making your break as relaxing or as active as you want. Being Britain’s first AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) Gower is renowned for its fantastic views and gorgeous beaches. Glyn-Y-Mor is just minutes away from two of these beautiful beaches, Oxwich Bay and Slade Bay.
Glyn-Y-Mor has direct access off a public road making it simple to get to and to relax almost straight away. On clear days Lundy Island is visible over the Bristol Channel from the sheltered property.
The quiet Hamlet of Oxwich consists of a Marsh which is full of wonderful wildlife, Oxwich Castle which is open to visitors during the summer months, a village shop and a family run bar and restaurant.
The barn is situated on the edge of a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) which is designated for its rare Geological and Biological features which includes rare Flora and Fauna.
It is very easy to access and enjoy some of the most breath taking views that Wales has to offer such as Three Cliffs Bay and the famous Worms Head in Rhossilli. The Worms Head is just fifteen minutes away in a car or alternatively you could spend a day out on the coastal paths to see all of Gower’s hidden beauty.