Barraston Hall Farm

Llangennith, Swansea, Swansea, SA3 1JA

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

1.5 acres

Some sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Lat 51.594867 / Lon -4.276188
OS field ref:
SS424909
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Swansea
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Peaceful site with outstanding views

Barraston Hall Farm
We visited Barraston Hall Farm for 7 nights in June. Unfortunately, we arrived in 50mph gusts and torrential rain but once set up and safely indoors, we could see the absolutely beautiful view down the valley to Llangennith village and across Rhossilli downs, to a glimpse of the sea. You can get onto Rhossilli Downs from behind the farmhouse with access down to the sea or to the village of Rhosilli three miles away. We ate at the King's Head pub in Llangennith, the food was very nice and plentiful with good service and atmosphere. The pub is within walking distance from the farm. We visited LLangennith, Port Eynon, Rhossilli, The Mumbles, The Worm's Head & Broughton Bay. This was our first trip to The Gower Peninsula and will not be our last. Ellen (the CL owner) and her husband were very helpful with local knowledge and nothing was too much trouble for them if we needed any advice. We were very happy with the CL. It was fully booked when we were there and beyond. This is a very popular CL and we wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

SoozieG

Caravanner

Reviewed on 18/07/2022 13:32

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Lovely site, spacious pitches

Barraston Hall Farm
Lovely site with very great views. Well kept and very quiet. The pitches are all very spacious. Easy access to nice coastal walks across Rhosilli Downs or down to the beach. There’s a cafe & small shop in the big caravan site by the beach and this also has a car park which charged £5 for the day. The food in the Kings Head pub wasn’t bad when we visited. Don’t be put off by some of the reviews: there’s now a new Elsan point and while you do see some farm machinery on the way in, it is a working farm! Within a couple of days of arriving, we both said that this is a site that we’d like to return too, if we revisit the Gower.

NobbyAndGail

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Reviewed on 27/06/2022 17:25

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Tranquil site with beautiful views

Barraston Hall Farm
We spent four nights at this lovely rustic site. Once parked up we didn't drive again until we left. Good level pitches each with hook up and a tap. Area great for walking and we used the local bus a couple of times. Can't wait to go back.

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Reviewed on 06/05/2022 19:33

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Barraston Hall Farm
If you want a site with tranquility, endless beach and coastal walks straight from the site including a village pub in walking distance, great views, and welcoming owners who leave you to get on with your stay unfettered, then look no further than Barraston Hall Farm! Andrew and Ellen have worked hard to create a wonderful site with large, spacious pitches which are very well kept. Each pitch benefits from a hard standing as well as EHU, wooden picnic bench, water tap and views in every direction - a real luxury for a CL. This is a working farm so you would expect the odd "farm machinery" to be present. We have stayed in both Summer and Winter and always thoroughly enjoyed the sheer peace and quiet with our 2 dogs along with the wonderful scenic walks straight from the doorstep. Overall a wonderful CL, Thanks as ever, for a brilliant stay!

Lillsy

Motorhomer from Gwent

Reviewed on 21/04/2022 17:32

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Barraston Hall Farm
We had a lovley position at top of sloping field with good views and we were looking forward to our stay. The following morning we decided to give 10 min walk to the beach a try with the dogs but it was more like 25 mins and due to the rocky uneven path its is not suitable for elderly or anyone not used to walking on rough areas. We made it to the beach but decided to take the road back which was much longer but a much easier walk. The service area was neglected and the bins were not emptied regularly with rubbish spiling out. The toilet disposal was via a rusty manhole cover with galvanized wire handles. On the approach to the camping field there was builders materials and old rusty farm equipment scattered in the field and in front of us was an old neglected static caravan generally needs a bit of time and attention. The hard standing was dark loose material which carried into the motorhome on both ours and the dogs feet. The saving grace for us was the tranquility, views and the local village was very pleasant but we wont be returning. This is such a shame as the position is really nice and it could be amazing.

Skoula

Reviewed on 05/02/2022 19:34

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