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- Near the Coast
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Secure Storage
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
Western House Bed and Breakfast Gower is a small family run B and B situated in the picturesque small village of Llangennith. The village is located at the western edge of the beautiful and spectacular Gower Peninsula and Pippa & Steve at Western House offers superb Gower Bed and Breakfast accommodation as well as local knowledge.
The Gower is famed for its outstanding coastline and majestic beaches and is one of Wales best kept secrets. Steve and Pippa have lived at Western House for the last eleven years, gradually changing the one hundred year old farmhouse accommodation to suit the needs of guests.
Western House Bed and Breakfast Gower is located about half a mile from the main beach and just down the road from the village pub The Kings Head.
The guest accommodation is uniquely decorated and was featured on the S4C programme Four Walls. There are three B&B rooms the largest often sleeps parents and smaller children.
All B&B rooms are en-suite, have colour televisions and beverage trays. Two have sea views.
Breakfast comprises a full cooked breakfast. As well as a vegetarian option. More adventurous guests may want to sample the local laver bread and try our free range eggs.
Surfing on the Gower is very popular and Steve himself is a keen surfer and has an extensive knowledge of the best local surfing beaches and will be only too willing to give advice and guidance as to when and where to surf. Secure surf board storage is available and surfing lessons and equipment hire can be arranged upon request.
Western House Bed and Breakfast is an ideal base for walkers, climbers and surfers visiting this most wonderful area of Wales The Gower Peninsula.
Directions to Western House Gower
Guests travelling to Western House Bed and Breakfast are advised to remain on the M4 until Junction 47.
From Junction 47 to Llangennith is approximately 12 miles. Upon seeing the sea and dropping down into the village you will pass the Kings Head on the right hand side. After about 300 yards the road narrows and Western House is situated on the left hand side just before the mini roundabout. There is a turning left through an open 5 bar gate bringing you into the rear yard of the property.