Fairyhill South and Mid Wales (Gower)

“A handsome rural retreat, with an award winning restaurant. Contemporary rooms boasting stripped wallpaper, crisp linen and beamed ceilings. Set in well established and expansive grounds, placed in an exceptional corner of Wales. Friendly and attentive service. An ideal country escape.”

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“In the heart of the Gower peninsula, a stone's throw away from wild beaches and a short drive from the buzz of Swansea, Fairyhill has the air of a benevolent family home. Set in rustic parkland, owners Paul and Andrew have gradually revived this Georgian gem, sticking to a distinctly traditional if homespun decor. The restaurant offers sophisticated fare sourced locally, including Welsh black beef and salt marsh lamb. A candlelit terrace is reserved for balmy evenings while a cosy bar and wood burning stoves enliven winter nights.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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The Perfect Break

"An ivy-covered manor house in the centre of Gower, with award-winning restaurant and spa treatments available."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

Address

Fairyhill
Reynoldston
Gower
Swansea
Wales
SA3 1BS
United Kingdom
01792 390139
www.fairyhill.net

What's Nearby

Facilities

Spa
Parking
Free parking
Bar
Fireplace
Outdoor dining
Massage
Restrictions on children
Over 8 years are welcome
Sit-out Terrace
Free wifi
Restaurant
Garden
24 acres of parkland, lakes and waterfalls
Child friendly
Wifi
Good wine list

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Wander around the lovely grounds taking in the natural lake, free-range ducks and ancient orchard.
Other Activities
Outdoor pursuites such as archery and falconry are available with nearby experts.
Riding
Rent a horse at the nearby stables and head to the beaches to ride through the surf.
Great walks
Pack your boots and head out on the Gower Peninsular, marked as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Surfing
Some of the best surfing in Wales is along this stretch of coast.

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8 rooms from $265 per night

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Recommended for

Foodies
A highly acclaimed Welsh restaurant serving beautifully crafted local delights and Wales' finest wines.
Country Escape
Stomp through the rugged country, return for a drink by the fire in the cosy bar, and finally retire to your plush bed.

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Wander around the lovely grounds taking in the natural lake, free-range ducks and ancient orchard.
Other Activities
Outdoor pursuites such as archery and falconry are available with nearby experts.
Riding
Rent a horse at the nearby stables and head to the beaches to ride through the surf.
Great walks
Pack your boots and head out on the Gower Peninsular, marked as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Surfing
Some of the best surfing in Wales is along this stretch of coast.

Other highlights

Spa
Gourmet
Owner managed
Quiet
Restrictions on children
Over 8 years are welcome
Sit-out Terrace
Secluded setting
Free wifi
Restaurant
Boutique
Child friendly
Beach nearby
Restaurant with rooms
Traditional
Exclusive use
Good wine list

Hotel size

8 rooms
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