Myrtle Cottage Gower

the perfect location to discover  the Gower Peninsula.

Myrtle Cottage.


4 star Visit Wales Grading.


location, location, location!


Myrtle Cottage is a welcoming, spacious, dog friendly holiday home, perfectly situated to enjoy the many coastal walks and spectacular views right on your doorstep.


*6 bedrooms

*3 ensuites/2 family bathrooms

*Can accommodate 14

*discount for smaller groups.

*Linked Cottage annex with own bathroom and kitchenette.

*Huge main kitchen; kitchen table seats up to 14

*Dishwasher, a washing machine and Tumble dryer.

*log burner


*bed linen and towels provided.

*Attractive secure garden.

*Ample secure storage to store bikes, surfboards, kayaks, golf clubs etc

*dog friendly  3+

*Direct access to the Gower coastal path and its many beaches.

*No smoking property.




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Pennard Golf Club

Adjacent to Pennard Golf Club

Gower Peninsula

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Flexible Living

Up to  14 people in the two linked properties.


Gower Accommodation

The Area

Southgate/Pennard is a 20 minute drive from Swansea (about 8 miles) and average 90 minutes from the Severn Bridge. Once there you can forget your car as just about everything you came for is on your doorstep! Southgate has shops, Post Office, café, pub, library and Medical Centre. Swansea has cinemas, theatre (concerts, plays, ballet & opera), interesting museums, covered market with local produce, Marina and Leisure Centre. The Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains, with their caves, rivers, waterfalls, marvellous walks and views are about 45 minutes – 1 hour drive inland.

The Beaches

Pobbles and Three Cliffs Bay (10 mins walk down, 20 up) have swimming, surfing, prawning, fishing, acres of sand at low tide; rock pools, caves, dunes and spectacular cliffs, extremely popular with walkers and rock climbers (both amateur and experienced).

Popular family beaches include Caswell and Langland. These have life guards and other ammenities.


A variety of walks can start from the front gate, for example, around the cliffs eastwards to Hunt’s Bay ( Cornish choughs breeding here), Pwll Du and Brandy Cove; westerly across the golf course to the ruins of Pennard Castle, or along the river valley towards Three Cliffs Bay and across stepping stones to Oxwich Bay (variety of water sports here) or up to Cefn Bryn, the ‘spine ‘of Gower.