The Farmers Arms
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This period Gower cottage is in the quiet village of Llanmadoc on the north-west corner of the Gower Peninsula. Built in the 1850s, until some 50 years ago it was a public house called the Farmers Arms. We have owned the Farmers Arms for many years, and we let it out as a holiday cottage throughout the year. Many hundreds of families and couples have enjoyed great holidays here as you can see by what they write in our visitors' book, and the fact that many return time and again.

The cottage has two separate parts: the Main House (the left side) has three bedrooms and sleeps 5. The Annexe (the right side) has two bedrooms and sleeps 4. The Main House and the Annexe are available separately or together - they are connected by a door - and together sleep 9. They are ideal for a quiet, relaxing holiday. Each part has its own patio and there is a large garden a the rear, with plenty of room for kids to play in.

The property backs on to open farmland. Several years ago we added a new feature - a wild flower meadow - which attracts numerous species of bees, butterflies and other insects and will appeal to anyone interested in conservation and nature.

read more › Llanmadoc is a small, friendly village on the north west coast of the Gower Peninsula in south west Wales. It's approximately 15 miles to the west of Swansea and a 3.5 hour drive from London. As the Gower is a rural area with limited public transport, we recommend that guests travel by car. The village has an excellent public house and restaurant, with a children's play area and beer garden. When the village shop closed a few years ago, the community formed a co-operative which now runs the shop and post office.

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