What is on offer
Glyn-Y-Mor has come a long way since May 2010 as it has been renovated from a ruin covered in Ivy and various other overgrown plants, to a lovely, traditional, spacious barn conversion. The barn conversion has many of its original stone walls which are exposed in almost every room throughout the property aswell as some of the original wooden beams.
Glyn-Y-Mor was once part of a farm, but over time has been left
to deteriorate. It is now looking better than ever as a country
cottage tucked away in the elegant scenery of Oxwich.
As well as experiencing the views from Glyn-Y-Mor, you can witness even more Panoramic sights from the footpaths of the area. These beauty spots enable you to view Port-Eynon and Horton Beaches, Port-Eynon Point and of course the peaceful and secluded Slade Bay.
Guests will be able to see the Gower way of life from witnessing the activity on various working farms surronding Oxwich and Slade.
The picture on the left (below) is Glyn-Y-Mor before building started and the picture to the right of it was on completion.
There is a fully equipped kitchen and as you can see the kitchen is full of character with the slate floor tiles and the exposed oak beams.
Also, the kitchen retains its original stone wall at the front of the building, we have placed the dining table next to the windows taking advantage of the natural light which also shines through the velux window in the kitchen ceiling.
Here you can see the evening sun shining onto the decking, there is also a BBQ and garden furniture, ideal for relaxing in the beautiful surroundings of Oxwich.
These are the stairs leading from one double bedroom to another, as you can see there is a lot of natural light coming in to the room through the velux windows.
This is the spacious master bedroom which has a king size bed, also with exposed beams and natural light.
Here we have the upstairs twin room, this has a double zip bed, so it can be used as a double bed or twin beds.
This is the downstairs double room, this room leads out to the decking area and has a door to the lounge area.
This room also has exposed beams and some of the original stone as well as the stairs leading to the double/twin (zip) room.
The bathroom consists of a WC, basin, shower and a bath.
In the lounge area there is a TV with freeview and a DVD player. There is also a Hi-Fi system and the room comfortably sits 6 people.