The village of Llanmadoc with the hamlets of Cheriton, Cwm Ivy & Landimore
I really don't know why more people don't choose to stay in this area, because I think that it is one of the most beautiful areas of Gower. Undulating fields and mature woodlands, stretching downwards, through nature reserves to salt marshes, sand dunes and Whiteford sands; so much diversity of plant and bird life and breathtaking views.
Whiteford sands is reached through the small hamlet of Cwm Ivy. A walk that will take at least three hours can start at the car park in Cwm Ivy, and progress to Whiteford Lighthouse and then circle back on the beach to Hills Tor and follow the track back through the nature reserve to the car park.
One of my highlights from the area was seeing a heron standing in the road at Landimore – shame it was camera shy!
The church in Cheriton is one of the most beautiful in Gower and is thought to have been built to replace a church in Landimore (a former port and weaving village) that was affected by the encroachment of the sea.
A great place for walkers and orinthologists – you can walk for miles and not meet another person.
Luxury one bedroom cottage in Gower village of Llanmadoc, walk to pub with food, shop, beach. Quality SKS bed. Luxury en-suite bathroom. Woodburner, WIFI, Sky/BT Sports, washer, dryer, dishwasher, enclosed dog secure garden, o/r parking. Coastal village location
One bedroom self-catering holiday apartment in Llanmadoc. Sleeps two adults. Walking distance 1 mins to shop, 7 mins to pub, charming rural lane stroll 10-15 min to beach. Parking to the door. Sky/BT Sports, SFast BTWIFI. 2+ dogs welcomed. Short stays welcome.
WTB 4* Award winning, newly converted stone barn set in the spectacular Cheriton Conservation Area. One double plus sofa bed in the lounge. Pub, beaches and shop close by. WiFi, bed linen, towels & full c/h included. Short lets available. Sorry, no smoking /pets.
2 bedroom cottage in the heart of the village, recently renovated to a high standard. Panoramic sea, estuary & hill views. 10 minute walk to beach. Pets by arrgt. No smoking. All bedding & towels provided. Full C/H & wood burning stove. BBQ & garden furniture. Wi-Fi.
Well appointed 2 bed barn conversion. sleeps4/5. All mod cons. Hill/sea views. Short walk to beach/pub/shop. Bedding/towels/logs provided.Wood burning stove. No smoking. Pets by arangement. Wi-Fi. Large garden with BBQ.
Stables and grazing available.
Tastefully renovated Gower cottage offering 2 ensuite bedrooms – 1 with a double bed & 1 that can be used as a family room – 1 double and 1 single bed. Beautiful views over the Burry Inlet.
Peaceful Gower Cottage. Perfect for Gower walks. Walk to shop/pub/beaches coast/cliffs. Inglenook Logburner. Children welcome. 2 bedrooms, 3 beds. Patio. SuperF WIFI broadband. 3+ dogs welcome (dog friendly beach). Linen/towels. O/R parking. Laundry facilities.
WTB 4* Award winning, brand new conversion of a stone barn in the stunning Cheriton Conservation Area. With vaulted ceilings and mezzanine. Sleeps 5 & cot. Pub, beaches & shop close by. WiFi, bed linen, towels & full c/h included. Sorry, no smoking/pets.
3 double rooms (all en suite). Guest lounge and dining room. Views towards the Loughor Estuary. Ideal for walkers and birdwatchers.
Charming and cozy, recently converted barn set in stunning conservation area. Panoramic views over Loughor Estuary and Whitesands beach. Short walk to local community shop and cafe, beach and food serving pub. Dogs welcome, no smoking, bed linen and towels provided.
Traditional Gower cottage with spectacular views overlooking countryside and the sea. Sleeps up to 9 in 4 bedrooms and spacious galleried landing. Large enclosed garden. Short breaks available-except August.
Whiteford Burrows is a dune and pine plantation, just North of Llanmadoc. Owned by the National Trust, it is classified as one of the many National Nature Reserves that we have on Gower.
St Madoc is reputed to have founded a church here in the 6th century, and the present building is 13th century.
The tiny ‘Cathedral of Gower’ was probably built in the early 14th century to replace the one at Landimore, abandoned due to the encroachment of the sea. The tower, without transepts, is between the nave and chancel, an uncommon design in South Wales.
Please view the area map below to get your bearings and familiarise yourself with the roads. The table shows the approximate travelling times by car, from Llanmadoc, to the various villages.
Map of the Gower Peninsula
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