Self-catering holiday accommodation on a secluded farm on the edge of the Gower Peninsula in South Wales, UK.
Killay Fawr forms part of a larger historic family estate and offers secluded high quality self catering holiday accommodation with panoramic views of Swansea Bay and the surrounding countryside. The house is set within a large secure garden, suitable for children.
Gower is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ideal for walking, swimming, surfing, bird watching, fishing, horse riding, golf, sailing, and other outdoor and watersports. Short breaks are also available out of season. Dogs are welcome.
Sleeps 10 adults. Underfloor heating throughout.
Entry through the front door, takes you into entrance lobby and hall. To one side of the hall is the living room, and on the other, the kitchen/dining room. The door at the rear of the hall opens into the utility room, which in turn leads to a wet room, including a toilet and shower.
Accessed by double doors from the hall, the living room has a variety of antique and modern furniture, including a Georgian table for playing cards and board games, a 32" flat screen tv, a radio/cassette/cd/mini-disc and a DVD player.
The three French windows lead directly onto the veranda and patio where there are sun loungers, an all-weather table tennis table, and a mobile barbecue. Across the lawn by an apple tree is a pair of childrens swings and a separate slide.
The fully equipped kitchen/dining room is also entered from the hall by a set of double doors and includes a gas/electric range with two ovens and an air extractor hood, a microwave oven, a dishwasher, a large fridge/freezer, a Magimix, a filter coffee machine, a sandwich toaster, a toaster, and a dresser. There is also a wood-burning stove near the dining table and the ceiling lights are all on dimmer switches. A door in the corner of the kitchen, leads out to the garden.
Slate tiles provide the flooring throughout this level, and the heating is underfloor. The floor to ceiling height is just under three metres. Lighting is predominantly provided by recessed low voltage ceiling lights, complemented by some more traditional light fittings. Opening the two sets of double doors to the living room and the kitchen/dining room, as well as the easy access to the garden, makes it convenient for large parties in both winter and summer.
This floor is reached by a steep staircase and has a bathroom, a shower room, two double bedrooms with their own wash basins, and one with a built-in wardrobe, one twin bedroom, and one bunk bedroom. Light wooden boarding covers the floor at this level, again with underfloor heating, and recessed low voltage lamps light the corridor and bathrooms with a combination of different lights in the bedrooms. The ceiling height is similar to the ground floor.
Two small flights of stairs, with a landing in between, lead up to top floor. On the left is another twin bedroom, and directly ahead is the nursery, including some toys, childrens books, and a sofabed with bedding.