Crickton Farm Cottage is beautiful modern one bed self catering Gower holiday cottage & holiday home accommodation in South Wales, situated in the heart of the Gower Peninsula at the foot of the impressive Cefn Bryn, the home of King Arthurs Stone with spectacular panoramic views of the Gower ideal for long or short breaks & riding holidays.
Based on a family run livery farm with easy off road access for exploring the natural beauty of the Gower Peninsula, making this the ideal location for horse riding, walking and cycling. Near Gower beaches by car, horseback or foot, on the edge of Llanrhidian village overlooking the salt marshland & Loughor estuary.
Proudly awarded a four star award, our self catering accommodation with a modern contemporary feel, is ideal for couples wanting luxury accommodation with a farm cottage feel, pets also are welcome with prior consent of the owners.
Viv & Julie it has been a pleasure to meet you. We have loved your superb cottage. Playing with the dogs and seeing all the horses. Our first visit to the beautiful Gower but definitley not the last.
Hope to be back soon!
Stunning cottage in a beautiful location! Everything has been so well thought out, loved all the personal touches ! Thanks so much.
Sabrina & Laura 28th June 2014
What a lovely cottage! We had the warmest of welcomes. Thank you for all your email correspondence and organizing accommodation for Buzby ( our horse ), he has been treated like royalty!! Thanks also to Emma for taking me out on rides and to Viv for helping my horse adjust and all the loving care everyone has provided to Buzby to make him feel welcome. Just had a GREAT , GREAT TIME!! So relaxing…………… Defo be back soon!
14th June 2014
We must have explored every cove and bay on the Gower coast – walked through lovely woods and the moors – spoilt for choice every day and the sun shone all week!!!
Thanks to Viv and Julie for their warm welcome and hospitality, would love to come back again and ride next time!
Christopher, Elizabeth & Flynn the Greyhound, Cambridgeshire. 7-14th June 2014
Thank you so much for your kindness during our short break at the cottage. Your warmth and welcoming natives made us feel at home. The cottage is beautiful and has everything anyone could ever wish for – including peace and quiet. A very welcome break from the pace of life in general.
27-29th May 2014 ~ Roland & Janice
A very warm welcome when we arrived. A beautiful property ideal for a couples retreat and to explore Wales.
Our hosts were ideal, in that there was no intrusion at all but we knew there was someone there if we needed them.
Wonderful to be surrounded by so many horses and to meet Gus, a magnificent shire horse face to face. A favourite part of the world for us and we’ll definitely be booking a return visit.
Many thanks, Jo & Mark 22.04.2014
A wonderful week exploring the ‘ Gower coasts and woodlands, we enjoyed seeking out local archaeology on the high ground, viewing the impressive Cairns, Forts and Burial chambers.
We were blessed with sunny weather but the real warmth came from the welcome of the proprietors, who clearly love their patch and enjoy sharing it with others.
Peter & Jill 11th – 18th April 2014
We had a great time. A warm welcome from Julie and Viv and lots of good advice on walking and the surrounding area. We would love to come back again, there is still much walking to be done.
Many thanks for the friendly reception. The accommodation is perfect and very well thought out.
Best wishes, we will recommend you to friends
David and Claire
Thank you so much for your kindness during our short break at the cottage. Your warmth and welcoming natures made us feel at home. The cottage is beautiful and has everything anyone could wish for including peace and quiet. A welcome break.
Roland and Janice
A wonderful week exploring the coasts and woods of Gower, blessed by sunny weather. Lots of flowers in the woods, birds singing everywhere. We enjoyed seeking out some of the Archaeology on the high ground- impressive cairns, forts, burial chambers.
The abiding memory we will take away though is the warmth of the welcome and the generosity of Julie and Viv who obviously love their patch and enjoy sharing it with others.
Peter and Jill