This very comfortable and peaceful self-catering house commands breathtaking views over Port Eynon Bay and the Gower coastline.
5 Bed and Breakfast
- View : Panoramic, sea/ocean, country side, village
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Picturesque, Peaceful
- Sandy beach at 800m
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SUN LOUNGE. Comfortable seating for 12 with panoramic views and French doors to patio and garden eating. Sat. HDTV+B/Ray. WiFi. DINING Comfortable seating for 10+. Books, games and local maps. KITCHEN: Fridge/Freezer American style, Double oven, Induction hob, Dishwasher, Kettle, Toaster, Washing Machine, Microwave. Extras: Electric carving knife, Food Mixer, CD / Radio, Slow Cooker. BEDROOMS: 5 En-suite bedrooms. 1 Separate toilet.1 Master Suite, king bed, sofa and coffee table, en-suite with bath and shower, panoramic sea views. 2 Doubles - 1 with King size bed and sea views and 1 with countryside views, both en-suite with shower. 1 Twin - en-suite with shower and sea views. 1 Single - with shower and panoramic sea views. Extras: heated towel rails x 4, hairdryer x 5.
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Ideal for groups or 'extended' family holidays in the spectacular Gower peninsula. Enjoy walking, surfing, sailing, paddle boarding, bird watching, sunbathing, BBQ's and lazy beach days. Enjoy riding, playing golf, boat trips, fishing trips - even the local triathlons. Port Eynon's popular beach is safe for families with lifeguard patrols from spring until the end of the summer. From Highmead, walks open up creation and the natural world for you. Take a stroll along the sandy seashore, or explore the rocks and pools at low tide. Cliff top paths open up wonderful vistas or discover the varied wildlife along this unique coastline.
Location AccessHouse Overton
Highmead is situated on the south side of the peninsula in Overton, a small village overlooking Port Eynon some twelve miles west of Swansea. They say that Port Eynon was named after a Welsh prince of the eleventh century who had supposedly built a castle here.