Port Eynon Beach Cottage is situated just 150m from the beach and walking distance to all the local amenities. Including pub, restaurant, takeaways to suit all the family, a coffee shop, surf shop and general stores for provisions. The perfect location to relax or from which to explore all that the Gower Peninsula has to offer including its coastal path, surfing spots, golf courses and more.
Port Eynon is the most southerly point of the Gower peninsula and surrounded by stunning coast and countryside vistas - there is nothing like the view over the village with the sea stretching to the horizon as you begin your descent down into Port Eynon via the winding lane. The former fishing village is a popular beach resort and although there is no port as the name suggests, it was once dominated by oyster fishing and the remains of the oyster pools and old harbour can be seen at low tide.
The Blue Flag beach is backed by magnificent sand dunes to stretch your legs. Walking to the west, the Salt House ruins at the headland are a favourite walking destination and were once used by smugglers, whilst to the east you will find Horton or for those with more energy the beach provides direct access to the coastal path.
The cottage accommodates 8 and consists of a ground floor entrance lobby and cloakroom with toilet, fully equipped large kitchen, separate lounge and dining room, and a double bedroom with ensuite. The first floor has a further two double bedrooms (one with ensuite) and one twin bedroom. There is a family bathroom, with a bath, shower and toilet. The cottage has WIFI throughout and a TV and DVD player in the lounge.
Pets can be accommodated by arrangement, subject to a small supplement.
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Please check our calendar below for availability in Port Eynon Beach. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Prices shown are for a minimum 7 night stay. There is a premium charge for shorter stays (3 night minimum stay).
During school holiday weeks, bookings must be from Saturday to Saturday.