We had a voucher from Time Out Unusual Escapes given to us, and looking for a place to stay near Swansea University, we 'happened upon' Parc-le Breos on the Gower Peninsula surrounded by woodland. What an unexpected find! Relaxed, a cross between a B&B and Guest House which is run by the Edwards family - or namely Olive.
It was a cold weekend but the fires were lit and the large conservatory was very cosy. The family provide a set 3 course supper (rather early for us at 6 pm but it's one sitting to accommodate families as well, so understandable) and there is a very reasonably priced wine list. After a wholesome, home cooked supper we relaxed in the living room, by a log fire, with a couple who were also guests and had a very enjoyable evening. The Guest House also does pony trecking and there are lovely bays to explore close by. It must be a lovely place to stay when the weather is warmer with great walks nearby. The guest house has recently been redecorated and the room was very comfortable. Nothing was too much trouble and the staff were all keen to help whether it be offering tea and home made cake, information on local walks or history about the large 19th century hunting lodge. An atmosphere of warmth and friendliness...
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Parc-Le-Breos Guest House Hotel Parkmill