The village of Llanrhidian with the hamlets of Cilibion and Oldwalls
Llanrhidian is located on the North Gower coast and benefits from many spectacular views over the estuary and salt marshes. Once upon a time you would have been able to see workers loading cockles onto the backs of donkeys, and although the marshes have long been used for common grazing and cockling, donkeys are no longer employed. On a clear day, you can see lots of sheep and wild ponies grazing on the marsh.
The lost village of Llanelen lies burried in the woods beneath Welshmoor. The old story of Llanelen is a rather pitiful one. Many, many years ago, some sailors who were stranded on the coast struggled to make their way to Llanelen for help. Rather unfortunately, the sailors were carrying the plague, which spread to the residents of the village and wiped out its entire population.
Between Llanrhidian and Llanmadoc stands the castle of Weobley, a fortified manor house, which is open to the public and owned by CADW.
Aberlogin, which was once a farm standing alone to the West of Wernffrwd is mentioned in Medieval records.
Llanrhidian has some amazing sunsets that you can enjoy.
Pretty detached cosy cottage set in 2 acres of meadow, lovely situation surrounded by trees in the heart of Gower. Perfect for couples wanting short breaks and year round holidays. Ideal base to explore Gower.
This well presented, fully refurbished cottage situated in the heart of the Gower Peninsula offers all year round holidays and short breaks for couples with the added option of bringing their horses with them. Ideally placed for walkers and cyclists.
New luxurious addition to original Gower Cottage that combines traditional & modern. Stone kitchen, oak floors, exposed stone walls & vaulted ceiling that towers above the mezzanine. It is packed with wow factors that makes returning after your day out a joy in itself.
Lovingly renovated, The Cwtch sleeps 2+1. Set in the picturesque village of Llanrhidian on the coastal path, it is self-contained, modern & well-equipped with vaulted ceilings, Wifi, SkyTv, etc & private garden. Towels & bed linen provided. 2 pubs. Pets welcome.
2 rooms: 1 double with ensuite & 1 double with shower room. Views over Llanrhidian marsh & Loughor estuary. TV & tea/coffee making facilities. Rooms from £60 prpn inc. full English breakfast. Ample off road parking.
Sleeps 6 (1 double, 1 set of bunks, 1 double futon in lounge). WTB 4*. No smoking. Pets by arrangement. Price all inclusive, bed linen provided. Secluded garden. Lovely views.
Large, spacious and comfortable family home accommodating up to nine adults in four, light, airy bedrooms. Beds made up for your arrival and towels are provided. Full gas central heating, open log fire, WiFi with unlimited broadband & pets welcome by prior arrangement.
Set within 5 acres of private grounds. Modern five star cottage with exposed Oak beams. 3 x luxurious en suite bedrooms, glamping pod in garden. Terrace area, BBQ & Hot tub. Sleeps up to 14. Weobley Castle & The Greyhound Inn – walking distance
Weobley Castle is a castle with a view. Once the proud home of the refined de la Bere family, the fortified manor house is located on the picturesque Gower Peninsula and overlooks the Llanrhidian salt marshes and Loughor Estuary.
Llanrhidian Sands is the Gower side of the Loughor Estuary.
The original ‘Llan’ probably dates back to the 6th century, as there was once an inscribed stone (now lost) in the area.
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 Llanrhidian, to the various villages.
Map of the Gower Peninsula
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