The Locality

Wyndgarth House is located at the heart of the Gower Peninsula. The Gower was the UK’s first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) 1949, consequently it remains both beautiful and unspoilt. Come and enjoy its sandy bays, secluded coves, ancient woodlands and spectacular cliff top walks. Bays to explore are Rhossili, Mewslade, Port Eynon, Oxwich, Three Cliffs, Pwll Du, Caswell and Langland. Which will be your favourite, the dramatic promentary of Worm’s Head at Rhossili or the stunning views of Three Cliffs ? Perhaps Llangennith beach famous for its waves for surfing and views over to Worm’s Head ?

It is hardly surprising that such an enclosed peninsula surrounded by the Bristol Channel and the Atlantic Ocean should become a haven for a wide variety of wild life.

Gower has also a rich ancient history and there are both Neolithic and Bronze Age cairns to be found scattered throughout the Gower. A three mile walk to the impressive Neolithic burial chamber dating from 2500BC called Arthur’s Stone from Wyndgarth. It consists of a huge glacial boulder which is supported on nine uprights. Legend has it that whilst he was walking in Llanelli, King Arthur found a stone in his shoe and annoyed, he threw it where it landed on the top of Cefn Bryn.

Wyndgarth House is perfectly located for exploring the best of the Gower. In addition to the beautiful beaches and walks you might like to:

  • Wander around the busy town of Mumbles with its attractive shops, pier and castle, located as it is at the south of Swansea Bay
  • Play golf on one of the 5 golf courses
  • Go pony trekking
  • Whiz around the coastline courtesy of Gower Coastal Adventures
  • Go surfing or enjoy other water sports
  • Clyne farm Centre
  • Clyne gardens
  • The hidden gardens of Aberglasny

For wet weather, why not consider

  • The Waterfront Museum Swansea
  • Archery at Perriswood
  • The National Botanical Gardens
  • The Leisure Centre Swansea

We are located in the heart of the Gower in the typical Gower village of Reynoldson.We are surrounded by excellent places to eat, Five minutes walk away is the King Arthur a charming, traditional country inn, and by car there is the award winning restaurant of Fairyhill, the restaurant at Oxwich Bay and the Langland’s Brasserie. 

Our location also provides quick and easy access to a variety of tourist hotspots, including South Pembrokeshire with its colourful seaside resorts of Pendine and Tenby, family attractions like Oakwood Adventure Park, Folly Farm, St David's Cathedral, furthermore the national Parks of the Brecon Beacons and Pembrokeshire Coast are within easy reach.

Carmarthenshire is also close by, an area which is rich not just in natural beauty, but also in its attractions and history. There are medieval castles and large houses, from the dramatic Carreg Cennin castle with views over the Brecon Beacons to Llansteffan castle high on a hill top overlooking the coast of Carmarthen Bay to Dwnyfor Castle and House and Aberglasney House and Gardens situated just outside Llandeilo with some stunning views over the Tywi valley.