The Old Stables cottage has been designed with dogs and their owners in mind. It is easy to clean with tiled floors and rugs throughout. There are throws for the settees and also for the beds. There are two bedrooms, a double and a twin, bathroom with large double shower, a large lounge, a spacious well fitted kitchen and a dining conservatory with comfy seating area where guests can relax and look out at the beautiful views across the sea towards Worms Head on the Gower. There is lots of space throughout the cottage for dog beds and an ample supply of dog towels and dog bowls.



The cottage has lots of cupboard and wardrobe space and a very well stocked kitchen. Beds are made up on arrival and bath, hand and tea towels are all provided.




There are lots of DVDs, CDs, and games. The cottage also has a comprehensive book swap library. For those who don’t have any books to swap, we are happy for books to be taken, with just a 50p donation in the West Wales Poundies collecting in the lounge. There is a TV and DVD in the lounge, a CD/radio in the conservatory, a CD/radio in the double bedroom and a radio alarm clock in the twin room.


Externally there is a front courtyard with seating and space to park a car. To the side of the cottage is a large gravelled area with table and chairs which leads into an enclosed garden with post and rail fencing and chicken wire, so even small dogs should not be able to escape! There is a hosepipe in the garden and an outside tap at the rear of the cottage and also an outside tap with hosepipe outside the stables in the courtyard.




The cottage is a great year round destination. It is lovely to sit out in the garden or on the patios in the summer, but in the winter, or when the weather is not so pleasant you can sit in the conservatory and look across the sea to Worm’s Head on the Gower. The cottage is very warm now as it has LPG central heating and it has also been extremely well insulated.