Nant-y-Wrach Farm

Llanrhidian, Gower, Swansea, SA3 1EU

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Nant-y-Wrach is situated literally on the edge of Llanrhidian marsh. It is the site for you if you like birdwatching or just want to wake up to birdsong. You can walk from the site to the village of Llanrhidian across the marsh road to collect your paper from the village shop/petrol station. It is within walking distance of the Dolphin Inn and the Purple Badger. The Dolphin Inn is a small country pub with a delightful beer garden. The Purple Badger has a children's playarea and serves a wide variety of meals.

The site is 20 minutes from Swansea City centre and the quiant, small, market town of Mumbles. Close to the stunning beaches of Llangennith (excellent surfing when the weather is suitable) and Llanmadoc. Both beaches are excellent for walking. The area is peaceful and even at the height of summer you can find relaxation here.

The site has five pitches with electric hook-ups and water supply and is situated in the corner of a large field.

At certain times, the access road is covered by tidal water, please ensure you check with the owner about tide times.

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  • Recycling facilities

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Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM

Latest departure time: 11:30 AM

1.5 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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SA3 1EU
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Lat 51.617568 / Lon -4.164585
OS field ref:
SS503933
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Perfect site for cycling and walking.

Nant-y-Wrach Farm
Loved this site. Hardstanding, and all the usual facilities providing you use your own toilet and shower. Very well kept. Diane comes round in the evening to collect money Just pitch up. Great walks nearby, great for cycling to Mumbles, Swansea Bay and Bury Port. Really great cycle lanes. Loved it! Evening walks along the salt marshes, pub within walking distance. £15 per night.

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Motorhomer

Reviewed on 22/06/2021 20:38

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Peaceful and beautiful

Nant-y-Wrach Farm
Idyllic site in the middle of beautiful scenery on the gorgeous Gower peninsula. We cycled to Llanrhidian lower and also in the other direction to The Welcome Country Pub and Kitchen in Oldwalls. Can highly recommend this pub as the food and service was excellent. The site itself is well kept and it was lovely sitting in the sunshine watching the bees, butterflies and birds enjoying all the wildflowers in the meadow. So tranquil and peaceful. Can highly recommend.

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Reviewed on 21/06/2021 21:07

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Just arrived home after 7 nights on this site. Definitely would recommend. Very tidy and well laid out. We had Beautiful sunsets , bats flying around and a “ wild “ field in front of the parking areas. We partly cycled and partly walked to Weobly Castle. A lovely walk! Plenty of walking on the coastal path not far away. Thank you Diane!

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Reviewed on 18/06/2021 18:59

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Nant-y-Wrach Farm
My wife and I can reiterate everything the previous reviewer stated. Diane should be applauded for how well the site is run and maintained. During prolonged heavy rain there are some drainage problems we understand and certainly a Motorhome came unstuck whilst repositioning to fill with water whilst we were there but Diane contacted a very helpful neighbour who willingly provided a tow out. She has plans to extend the shingle to avoid this problem more readily in the future. We had no such problems with our car and caravan - which has a mover. The big plus side is that the site is just behind Llanrhidian Marsh and the pitches are along the edge of a stunningly beautiful wild flower meadow! Birds, birds, birds! We loved it. Easy access to all that the Gower has to offer plus Llanelli WWT Visitor Centre and wildfowl reserve not far away. Dinewfr NT property well worth a visit and we also took the scenic train ride from Gowerton to Carmarthen both for the views along the estuary and to enjoy the town. All in all a super little site.

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Reviewed on 11/06/2019 11:27

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This site is easy to access and easy to find. Diane sent a full email before we arrived with great directions. Easy access water, waste and recycling. A good mix of sun and shade on each pitch, the site is well maintained with the grass kept short leading into a meadow field which the dog loved. You can walk for miles and although pubs at the end of a walk are not everyone's ideal there was one in every direction!. Turning right out of the site walk into Crofty (45min) along the marsh filled with sheep and horses, we walked right around the village on the marsh side before ending at the pub (dog-friendly, does food but we didn't eat) with a little shop opposite. Walking left out of the site into Llanrhidian (15min) follow the Wales Coast Path through field and woodlands out to Weobly Castle, you can keep going out to a lighthouse but we didn't make it that far. We turned around and headed back to the village for a three-course Sunday lunch at the Welcome Country Pub & Kitchen - dog-friendly, reasonably priced and the food was amazing. It's so quiet, friendly and great for walking. We would definitely come here again. It's also an easy base to explore the rest of the Gower.

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Reviewed on 28/05/2019 09:47

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