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

Recycling Facilities

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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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A gem

Barraston Hall Farm
A beautiful CL. We happened to be there during the glorious heat wave. A peacful place to be with great views over wonderful country side. We had glorious walks down to the beach, all of a 10 minute through the back gate over the downs and onto Rhosilli beach. We walked along the beach up to Rhosilli for breakfast and back again before it got to hot. The sea was warm!!!! The beach is about 3 miles long so great for the dogs. Thee beauty of this CL is each pitch has its own water supply which makes a huge difference. Pitches are flat and hard standing again a real plus. The owners are friendly and recommended some lovely places to visit and eat. There is a pub up the lane but the best pub was the Britannia Arms about a 10 minute drive away, fantastic food. We had such a wonderful peacful week we will definately be back.

RobJohnSalter

Reviewed on 02/08/2021 20:51

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Good base for our Gower exploration

Barraston Hall Farm
We liked the hardstanding and level pitches with their own water supply - makes it so much easier for a motorhome. We had Pitch 5 which we thought had the best views. We very much liked that you could walk from the site and leave the van behind. Walking over the hill to the next village there's a fine local shop which is well stocked. Also a 10-minute walk down to the large campsite there's a shop with gas too. We didn't make it to the pub. A great base for walking around the Gower. A must do is a walk along the beach or path to Worm's Head. If the tides are in your favour do make the effort to cross the Causeway to the headland. It's worth it! Would highly recommend.

Panthemonium

Reviewed on 19/07/2021 18:31

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Wonderful site

Barraston Hall Farm
Stayed for 2 weeks end April beginning May 2021. Upon arrival owner came out to greet us and show us the available pitches. Lovely views all around and just a 10 minute walk to a fabulous beach. Water tap at each pitch. We managed to drop our tv and the owner even let us borrow his. We had a fantastic 2 weeks and will definitely be back. To sum up, fantastic site, beautiful area, lovely owners.

MikeandLesley

Caravanner from Lancashire

Reviewed on 04/06/2021 19:53

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Great CL

Barraston Hall Farm
Stayed 3 nights. Now has 5 level gravel hardstandings with gravel roadways each with water and ELH. As said before just keep going and you get there, pretty narrow in places but ok. Mrs Taylor is a busy lady but very friendly and usually there late afternoon/early evening. Fantastic walks from there. Rhossilli beach and downs. Broughton Bay and Whiteford Sands to the north and a selection of hills nearby. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed on 24/09/2020 16:55

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Barraston Hall Farm
Not much to add to the already positive reviews on Barraston Hall Farm other than to say we wanted to stay longer. We've just completed a tour of Wales and this CL on the tip of the Gower peninsula was the highlight of all the sites we used (3 of which were CAMC club sites). A good level hard-standing pitch with both EHU and water. Other facilities were a bit more basic but exactly what I expected and wanted from a CL and working farm so no problem there. The helpful owner met us as we arrived on site and gave us some ideas for days out. Beautiful views in all directions, including the sea in the distance and a 10 minute walk to both the beach (we had a great day on the beach) and the local pub (we didn't try the food but the beer was good and the terrace outside gives a view of both the farm and the sea). Perhaps one bit of advice - when you follow the directions and you think you've gone as far as you can go, leave the tarmac behind, cross the bridge and follow the gravel track through the gate. The CL sign is on the gate of the field itself, not the approach and I wasn't sure I'd got the right place! A wonderful site - we will be back.

BonJus

Reviewed on 23/09/2019 14:03

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