Burrows CottageSwansea, South Wales
- Sleeps 5
- Bedrooms 3
- Preferred changeover day Wednesday
- Minimum stay 3 nights
- Number of dogs welcome 0
- Acorn rating 2 What's this?
- Reference 013024
About Burrows CottageA serene stay among pine woodlands, just a short walk to the sand dunes of Whiteford Burrows.
Burrows Cottage is a simple, single-storey former forester’s cottage. Located in a secluded spot alongside a pine wood, the cottage benefits from a large private garden and is just a short walk to the beach. Inside, you’ll find traditional interiors complete with a wood-burning stove in the living room.
After a cup of coffee in the garden, explore the dunes at Whiteford Burrows National Nature Reserve. Play a game of cricket or rounders on the beach before heading over to the village of Rhossili.
Make the trip to north Gower to see the area from a completely different perspective. This part of the Gower is much quieter than the south of the peninsula and a perfect get away.
Availability & book
- Selected dates
- Changeover day
Features and facilities
- Cot & high chair available
- Microwave available
- Fridge available
- Freezer available
- Dishwasher available
- Washing machine available
- Tumble dryer available
- Telephone not available
- Television available
- DVD available
- WiFi* not available
- Open fire / wood burner available
- Garden available
- BBQ not available
Ground floor facilitiesView Access statement (PDF 661 KB)
Kitchen, dining room, sitting room with wood-burning stove, three bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin and 1 single) and bathroom.
Notes for guests
Access: This access statement is for guidance only. For up to date photos, please see those images in the main website page.
Heating: Air sourced heating is included.
Cottage approach: The cottage is reached down a private gated drive.
Access: The bedroom and bathroom are on the ground floor but the cottage may not be suitable for wheelchair users.
Please note: Burrows cottage is quite remote and has no phone.
Visitors should be aware that part of the nearby estuary was used as a test firing range during World War II. The Navy do regular sweeps of the area and are very vigilant.