Eastern Slade Barn, Eastern Slade Farm, Oxwich, Gower, Swansea, SA3 1NA
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OverviewEastern Slade Farm Barn is a luxury conversion of a 15th century farmhouse on a working dairy farm in the Gower peninsula. Under floor heating, powered by air source heat pump, provides year round warmth and the barn is ideal for groups of families or friends who like to holiday together. There are 3 wet rooms and 4 bedrooms sleeping 13 people. Two extra fold up beds are available in the lounge when the whole barn is booked. The beds are made up with fresh sheets and pillow cases and you are invited to bring your own sleeping bags or duvet covers (duvets available). The well equipped kitchen has a range style stove (electric oven and gas hobs) and granite work tops. The comfy lounge has leather sofas and a wood burning stove for cosy evenings. The Gower has glorious beaches and castles to explore and a network of traffic free lanes, ideal for mountain bikes. The Coastal Path passes through the farm. Port Eynon seaside village is 30 mins' walk west. Oxwich Bay, 20 mins' walk east, has a castle, beach and a hotel with bar and meals. Camping is also available. This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:15: 1x5, 2x2/3 (double with bunk above), 1x2, 2 in lounge
Open:All year. 24 hours.
Price per night:£15pp, £180 sole use. High season £20pp, £240 sole use.
Booking:Please phone or email to book
Directions:From Oxwich follow the sign for Slade marked no through road. Pass Oxwich Castle and as the road descends look for Eastern Slade Farm on right.
Public Transport:Buses 118 and 114 from Swansea travel to Oxwich Cross once a day. Slade is a 20 minute walk from Oxwich Cross.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the walking festivals page, the page of accommodation near Castles, the IHUK signage page, the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map, the Hostels with Camping map and the Wales Coast Path.
It has availability at Easter.
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February 3rd 2019
The Gower Peninsula juts out of the south Wales coastline, westwards from Swansea. It was the very first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is well know for the many beaches along its coastline. I have also discovered a handful of glorious castles , much less well known, but brilliantly adapted for visitors. This combination of good facilities and emptiness make these castles feel like a personal discovery, set as they are in atmospheric rural locations.Read More
Choose Eastern Slade Barn for your accommodation at the Gower Walking Festival.
May 25th 2019
The festival takes place from 1st to 9th June and the barn welcomes individuals and groups with beds available from 2nd to 7th June 2019.
Eastern Slade Barn boasts a luxurious converted farmhouse which can sleep up to 13 people in five rooms. There is a fully fitted kitchen with dual fuel range and a large comfortable lounge with a wonderful log burner. We are also proud to be a part of the Wales Coastal Path and we hope you come and explore The Gower Walking Festival and the all Wales has to offer with us.
Hen, stag and birthday parties welcome.
May 20th 2019
Beautiful peaceful secluded beach on the Gower.
Eastern Slade Bunkhouse is ideally situated for climbers and walkers. The Wales Coastal path is a few minutes walk away. Surfers and water sports enthusiasts will also love location. There is a beautiful peaceful secluded beach within a few minutes walk from the bunkhouse. The bunkhouse provides 5 star accommodation on a working dairy farm on the Gower, Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural beauty. Hen, stag and birthday parties welcome.
Eastern Slade Barn
January 18th 2018
Eastern Slade Barn offers…
Eastern Slade Barn boasts a luxurious converted farmhouse which can sleep up to 13 people. There is a fully fitted kitchen with dual fuel range and a large comfortable lounge with a wonderful log burner.
We are also proud to be a part of the Wales Coastal Path and we hope you come and explore all Wales has to offer with us.