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City And County Of Swansea Self Catering
Windsmoor Cottage on Gower
Yr Hen Beudy Bach
St Albans Church - 28165
The Peak - UK6427
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Margaret - verified booking
"The pictures do this property justice. In 12 years of staying at holiday homes, often twice in a year we have never seen anything like this one. This is the experience we paid for. Met at the gate on arrival with a mountain of rubbish, the 3 bins were full with rubbish piled on top and around them, it was there for 3 days until my husband put the surplus out on the Monday morning, but moving other people’s rubbish was not what we paid for. St Albans looked like an abandoned, neglected house in a field as the grounds were so unkempt, the grass was nearly a foot high with tuffs of grass and weeds growing on path and steps. The shower in the master bedroom was so filthy with weeks if not months of build up of dirt that had you needed to use it you’d have kept your shoes on. There was a ridiculous amount of large cobwebs hanging off the exposed beams and huge window all in the living room. The house was warm enough in the morning and afternoon but in the evening it was really cold. No doubt the house in insulated to death but that huge window with 3mm thick single glass pulled the warm air outside as evening fell. That said, had the heating been our only concern then we would have overlooked it as the rest of the house was okay, but pile of rubbish inside the front gate, the lack of ground maintenance and poor standard of cleanliness is preventable therefore unacceptable to a paying guest."
CAROL - verified booking
"The apartment at Langland Manor was beautifully appointed, the furnishings etc were all of a very high quality and all the little extras on arrival were very much appreciated...bara brith, bowl full of fruit, milk and juice etc, etc.The kitchen has no window and as we had such lovely weather could be a little hot, also quite dark. It was very well equipped and this is just a comment not a criticism.There are coastal walks in both directions from the bay, and the surrounding area of the Gower peninsula is beautiful.We visited the Langland brasserie several times, for an early evening drink, lunch and dinner...there was a great atmosphere there with locals and tourists frequenting seemingly all day.In hindsight we should have taken some folding chairs as the only seating in the shared garden were bench seats in full sun most of the time, a bench style picnic table and "stumps' around a fire pit...all very good but not for my elderly Mum, who has mobility problems and has to avoid too much sun. We did move the bench seats into the shade for her, so we managed with what was there.The view from the lounge and second bedroom is lovely...just to sit and watch."
B. Marsh - verified booking
"Loved the views, rooms and peace of the apartment, plus smart decor and perfect finish of fittings - yet all was so cozy. Needs better instructions for entry - i.e. that you leave your car at the side of the entry, go through the left side gate, as per details, then walk to the house to obtain the fob-type key in the mailbox. Use this circular disc to activate the post on the right side of entry. Only then will the double gates open for car entry. The host was lovely and helpful in this slight initial confusion.Also uncertain how to part the shower glass at the baths, without getting into the bath to reach taps - needs instruction. We were afraid to damage the glass if forced the wrong way, so did not bathe.All in all, however, such a lovely place to stay, all really well maintained and comfortable. Thank you so much Diane and Huw."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"This is a new conversion and the owners were very accommodating, welcoming and friendly. They were keen to hear our views, comments and any suggestions on how things could be made better.The cottage is a good base for South Wales. If you like wildlife and walking, Kenfig Nature Reserve and Margam Park are both within 3 miles. Access to the M4 in both directions immediately makes many other attractions within an hours drive e.g. Cardiff & The Gower Peninsula, so you can get to places without spending too much time driving. If you like shopping there is a designer village at Bridgend within 20 minutes. The beaches, the valleys - beautiful!!"
MARGARET - verified booking
"This is a very well placed cottage for exploring the glorious scenery,and gives a cosy feel after a day out. We did feel that having to keep a log fire burning to provide hot water was a bit of a fag,especially after a long journeywhen a hot shower would be welcome! We managed the tight spiral staircase,just,but this is not suitable for anyone less agile or slim than we are. The attic would only be safe for a child of eight plus,as the ladder up is steep. Obviously the owners have given a great deal of thought to the conversion of a stable and have in lots of ways done a great job."