Coynant Farm - South Wales Holiday Cottages Swansea

Property Ref : WTO4322
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Late Autumn/Early Winter Breaks

Book 2 nights or more between 16th November 2019 and 20th December 2019 and get an amazing 30% off our standard rates.

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Coynant Farm

Swansea, South Wales SA5 7PU

Coynant Farm Park

Guest House and Cottages

GUEST HOUSE

We are open regarding COVID-19. Our rooms are self contained, including self service breakfast in your room. There is no need to come in contact with any other person.

Coynant Guest House is a 17th-century farmhouse set in the centre of our 200-acre farm park with spectacular scenery and perfect peace. Perfectly located for holidays or business, being only 10 minutes from M4 Jct 46, 8 miles from Swansea centre and 8 miles from the sea.

All rooms have en-suite bathroom, TV, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee, fridge, microwave and toaster, everything to heat meals. Price includes in-room self-service continental breakfast. A full 3-course, farmhouse English breakfast is available at a cost of £5 per person.

This is a perfect place for holidays or business stays being only 10 minutes from M4 Swansea and on the doorstep of the Gower Peninsula. Situated in an area known as the Gower of the hills it is perfect for walkers and we are recommended by John Gilham in his book Snowdon to the Gower. Walks on the surrounding hills give spectacular views from the Brecon Beacons to the Bristol Channel. From the farm gate, you have immediate access to over 12 miles of open, grassy common. A world of your own.

The farm park is full of interest for guests. Rare breeds animals, emus, alpacas and many other friendly animals for those interested to go and see them.

Two beautiful fishing lakes to fish or just relax by. The lakes are stocked with carp up to 26lbs.

Everywhere is tranquility, the only sound being the bleat of lambs as you splash your feet in the clear waters of a mountain streams.

If you wish to travel around the area, there are 20 miles of superb beaches, Gower was the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. There are market towns, historic sites and castles. The most picturesque sited castle in Britain is only 20 minutes away. Swansea market is an amazing experience, superb produce brought from the farms and smallholdings of Gower, and absolutely fresh fish from the local fishing boats, plus much more. You can always find something to interest everybody in this fascinating area.

A warm welcome awaits you.

Packed lunches are available for walkers and picnickers.

BARN COTTAGE

Barn Cottage is a 400-year-old barn converted into a spacious 3-bedroomed cottage of immense character. Inglenook fireplace with log fires, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, one en-suite. A delightful garden with two terraces and spectacular views as well as from the house. 10 minutes from M4 junction 46/47. 8 miles from Swansea centre and 8 from the sea.

This is a perfect place for holidays or business stays being only 10 minutes from M4 Swansea and on the doorstep of the Gower Peninsula. Situated in an area known as the Gower of the hills it is perfect for walkers and we are recommended by John Gilham in his book Snowdon to the Gower. Walks on the surrounding hills give spectacular views from the Brecon Beacons to the Bristol Channel. From the farm gate, you have immediate access to over 12 miles of open, grassy common. A world of your own.

The farm park is full of interest for guests. Rare breeds animals, emus, alpacas and many other friendly animals for those interested to go and see them.

Two beautiful fishing lakes to fish or just relax by. The lakes are stocked with carp up to 26lbs.

Everywhere is tranquility, the only sound being the bleat of lambs as you splash your feet in the clear waters of a mountain streams.

If you wish to travel around the area, there are 20 miles of superb beaches, Gower was the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. There are market towns, historic sites and castles. The most picturesque sited castle in Britain is only 20 minutes away. Swansea market is an amazing experience, superb produce brought from the farms and smallholdings of Gower, and absolutely fresh fish from the local fishing boats, plus much more. You can always find something to interest everybody in this fascinating area.

A warm welcome awaits you.

Packed lunches are available for walkers and picnickers.

SNOW WHITE'S HOUSE

Snow Whites House is a charming, small, one-bedroomed cottage, based on Disneys Snow Whites cottage. Full of character and great fun. Low beams, log fires, cuckoo clock, grandfather clock and owl in the tree. However, it does have a modern kitchen and bathroom facilities.

This is a perfect place for holidays or business stays being only 10 minutes from M4 Swansea and on the doorstep of the Gower Peninsula. Situated in an area known as the Gower of the hills it is perfect for walkers and we are recommended by John Gilham in his book Snowdon to the Gower. Walks on the surrounding hills give spectacular views from the Brecon Beacons to the Bristol Channel. From the farm gate, you have immediate access to over 12 miles of open, grassy common. A world of your own.

The farm park is full of interest for guests. Rare breeds animals, emus, alpacas and many other friendly animals for those interested to go and see them.

Two beautiful fishing lakes to fish or just relax by. The lakes are stocked with carp up to 26lbs.

Everywhere is tranquillity, the only sound being the bleat of lambs as you splash your feet in the clear waters of a mountain streams.

If you wish to travel around the area, there are 20 miles of superb beaches, Gower was the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. There are market towns, historic sites and castles. The most picturesque sited castle in Britain is only 20 minutes away. Swansea market is an amazing experience, superb produce brought from the farms and smallholdings of Gower, and absolutely fresh fish from the local fishing boats, plus much more. You can always find something to interest everybody in this fascinating area.

A warm welcome awaits you.

Packed lunches are available for walkers and picnickers.

This is a perfect place for holidays or business stays being only 10 minutes from M4 Swansea and on the doorstep of the Gower Peninsula. Situated in an area known as the Gower of the hills it is perfect for walkers and we are recommended by John Gilham in his book Snowdon to the Gower. Walks on the surrounding hills give spectacular views from the Brecon Beacons to the Bristol Channel. From the farm gate, you have immediate access to over 12 miles of open, grassy common. A world of your own.

The farm park is full of interest for guests. Rare breeds animals, emus, alpacas and many other friendly animals for those interested to go and see them.

Two beautiful fishing lakes to fish or just relax by. The lakes are stocked with carp up to 26lbs.

Everywhere is tranquillity, the only sound being the bleat of lambs as you splash your feet in the clear waters of a mountain streams.

If you wish to travel around the area, there are 20 miles of superb beaches, Gower was the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty. There are market towns, historic sites and castles. The most picturesque sited castle in Britain is only 20 minutes away. Swansea market is an amazing experience, superb produce brought from the farms and smallholdings of Gower, and absolutely fresh fish from the local fishing boats, plus much more. You can always find something to interest everybody in this fascinating area.

A warm welcome awaits you.

Packed lunches are available for walkers and picnickers.

Current Tariffs

Coynant Farm Guesthouse
Double En-suite room from £80.00 per night
Single Occupancy From £45.00 per night

Coynant Farm Cottage
3-beds, 2 bathrooms - £125 per night.

Snow White's House sleeps 2 - £100 per night.

A substantial, 3-course farmhouse breakfast is available for £5 per person.

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