Nant Cottage @ Cwmshon Cottages

Cwmshon Cottages, Swansea, United Kingdom

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07960 438961

Right beside the river, Nant Cottage will delight you with the sounds of water tumbling by. French doors lead out from the kitchen onto a sunny patio area with pots of flowers all around, garden furniture and a BBQ, perfect for al fresco dining in summer. It is seperated from the river below by an approximately 1 metre high stone wall. Inside, the ground floor is laid with beautiful reclaimed parquet flooring and hand made terracotta tiles. An antique American wood-burner presides in the inglenook fireplace and a display of old Welsh love-spoons hangs nearby. Both bathrooms are tiled from floor to ceiling in natural stone.  Old and new have been married with craftmanship and care to create a modern yet traditional cottage home.

  • Free wifi
  • Sleeps 6 plus an infant
  • Allergy Free – sorry, no dogs in this cottage (they are welcome in the next-door cottage)
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs supplied)
  • Full gas central heating
  • TV with DVD and lots of videos
  • CD-player/radio
  • Gas hob and electric oven
  • Fridge
  • Separate freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Store cupboard essentials included (coffee, tea, sugar, s&p, olive oil etc)
  • All basics included (soap, dishwasher tablets, loo paper, cleaning materials etc)
  • Luxury cotton bedlinen and towels (bring own beach towels)
  • Hairdryer, iron
  • Baby-friendly (ask owner for travel cot, high chair, bottle steriliser,)
  • Sunny patio area with garden furniture and BBQ
  • Well-equipped kitchen (including a Magimix food processor, microwave, coffee perculator)
  • Lots of books and great local information including walking maps and guides
  • We are beekeepers and include a pot of our honey to welcome you
  • Home-made Welsh tea-time treat of Bara Brith, tea or coffee on arrival
  • Fresh flowers from the our garden
  • Herb box with a selection of fresh herbs in summer to pick for cooking
  • Free bike and helmet loan (we have range of sizes, including some for children)
  • Two bathrooms (downstairs wet-room/toilet plus large family bathroom upstairs with bath/shower, toilet, sink, bidet and heated towel radiator
  • Secure outside bike store with outside washing area for bikes, wetsuits etc.
  • Walkers drying room with background heating for drying wet boots and outdoor gear
  • We can arrange extras in the cottage for a special occasion – Champagne, additional flowers etc

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