Tyr Coed CL
The Barn, Tyr Coed Farm, Stembridge, Llanrhidian, Swansea, Swansea, SA3 1BTView on map
Why stay here ...
Tyr Coed CL is situated on the northern side of the beautiful Gower peninsular, it is a tranquil site, set on a small working farm with glorious views of Cefn Bryn. The site is situated in a large field with easy access from the road, the entranceway is secured with a coded gate and signposted with an orange windsock. It is set out in 5 generous fenced pitches, each having an electric hook up, a hard standing and grassed areas with room for car parking, awnings, table, chairs and bbq. There is a central chemical waste disposal point a fresh water tap and recycling bins. Free Wi-Fi is available. There is an information hut with information on local amenities.
Families and pets are welcome, chickens and ducks often wander the site.
The site is in an ideal position to explore Gower and the surrounding areas:
• Llangennith beach is 4 miles away, this spectacular beach is dog-friendly and famous for water sports, especially surfing.
• The wild stretch of Whitford sands and the old lighthouse are accessed from Llanmadoc 3.5 miles away.
• Rhossili beach and its famous Worm’s Head headland are just 8 miles away.
• Oxwich Bay with its 2.5 miles of long sandy beach is 6 miles away.
• The famous Three Cliffs Bay is accessed from Parkmill 6.5 miles away. The Gower Heritage Centre is also situated here.
• Mumbles is 13 miles away, the seaside village has a cosmopolitan feel with its mix of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants it is also home to some world class ice cream.
• The city centre of Swansea is 12 miles away, its indoor market is the largest in Wales and sells a variety of local produce. Swansea also has a marina, a Waterfront Museum and a leisure centre with a water park, great fun on a rainy day.
• WWT Llanelli Wetlands Centre is 13 miles away, on the saltmarshes of the Bury Inlet, great for serious birdwatchers or a day out with the kids.
Gower also has over 200 miles of footpaths and rights of way, there is no better way to fully appreciate Gower’s wonderful coast, views, castles and countryside than by walking its many paths. You can walk from the site, along the road for 300 metres and join a footpath that takes you to Weobley Castle overlooking the estuary and salt marsh, this joins with the Gower section of the Wales Costal Path. Or you can take a short drive to the nearby village of Oldwalls and join a footpath that takes you on to Cefn Bryn and King Arthur’s Stone giving superb views of both North and South Gower.
In Llanrhidian village 1.5 miles away is The Welcome Inn, which has a good traditional menu, is dog friendly and has beer garden. There are many pubs, cafes and takeaways all within a short drive. There is a well-stocked shop and post Office situated in the local garage 1.3 miles away and a supermarket in Penclawdd 6 miles away.
Jayne and Mike look forward to welcoming you.
Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM
Electric amperage: 16
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