I booked Parc Le Breos for a family weekend to celebrate my parents 70th birthday. My parents took me and my brother there over 30 years ago for a pony trekking holiday and we thought it would be nice to go back there as we’d had such a great time before. Imagine our surprise when we found out that Olive and John still run it!
Upon arrival we were greeted by Olive, shown around and then brought tea and cake which we took in the conservatory. The conservatory is stunning and it is clear that a huge amount of effort has gone into a design that is in keeping with the house.
Our room was beautifully decorated and had a view over the front gardens. The bathroom was quite small, but had everything we needed including a nice powerful shower. Olive had very kindly left a bottle of wine in my parents room and a ‘happy birthday’ message.
It is such a relaxed and friendly place to stay – when we arrived back from wet and windy walk, settling in the lounge with Sunday papers the log burner was promptly lit – lovely! The games room was great for the kids (and adults!) and a little kitchen where you can get yourself a cuppa or store a bottle of wine in the fridge is a really nice touch.
There are so many beautiful walks on your doorstep. We can highly recommend getting up early and walking up the hill behind Three Cliffs Bay to watch the sunrise – these couple of hours were the only ones that it didn’t rain for the entire weekend!
We didn’t have any evening meals as we weren’t sure having a choice of 2 dishes would work for the 2 young children in our group, however, what we saw looked good and when we return on our own we will definitely be staying in for dinner on at least one night. We had a very nice meal at the King Arthur pub a few miles down the road.
Despite miserable weather we had a fantastic stay. We loved it so much we’re planning to go back in June for the Gower Walking Festival.
- Also Known As:
- Parc-Le-Breos Guest House Hotel Parkmill
- Parc-Le-Breos Guest House Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Victorian shooting lodge set in 70 peaceful acres of old Norman deer park, in the heart of the beautiful Gower Peninsula, South Wales, approached via a mile long drive through woodland. Ten ensuite bedrooms. Home-cooked evening meals. ... more less
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