The Gower Peninsula. Sea on three sides, wrapped around rolling hills. The finest sandy beaches. Surf among the best in Europe. Just walk. Or run. Or swim. Or float. Or glide. Hidden hamlets, tiny towns. Unspoiled open spaces. Cliff-top views, time to muse. Beneath big skies, a dot on a dramatic landscape. Not for nothing, the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With Fairyhill the jewel in the crown. Come wander. And wonder.
Only 30 minutes from Swansea City’s Premier League Liberty Stadium.
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Reynoldston, Gower, Swansea SA3 1BS

T: 01792 390139

F: 01792 391358

E: postbox@fairyhill.net


Fairyhill, though tucked away secretly at the heart of the glorious Gower peninsula, is easy to find.

Leave the M4 at junction 47 and off the roundabout take the A483 dual carriageway signposted to Swansea. At the next roundabout turn right onto the A484 signed to Llanelli, Gower and Gowerton. From there follow the signs to Gower and Gowerton.

At Gowerton take the B4295 North Gower coastal road, through Penclawdd, Crofty and Llanrhidian, for approximately 10 miles. After Oldwalls and the Greyhound Inn continue for a mile or so before turning left to Fairyhill.

Fairyhill also enjoys a registered helicopter landing site. The coordinates for which are:

WEST: 04° 12.84
NORTH: 51° 35.85.


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