Tir-Cethin Farm Luxury Barn Holidays

Two luxury 5* barn conversions in an idyllic rural setting on the Gower Peninsula. A great location for short breaks and memorable family holidays.
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Facilities

Children welcome Family friendly Laundry facilities Linen provided Private parking Satellite TV Short breaks available Totally non-smoking Wi-Fi


Designation

Self Catering


Tir-Cethin Farm consists of 2 luxury barn conversions. Y Llaethdy (The Dairy) and Y Beudy (The Shed) have both been graded 5 stars by Visit Wales and sleep up to 7 adults in an idyllic rural setting on the Gower Peninsula.

Tir-Cethin is the only accommodation provider in the area that has earned the coveted Gold Award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme (GTBS).

The Green Tourism Business Scheme recognises those tourism businesses who are actively engaged in reducing the negative environmental and social impacts of their tourism operations.

Postal address:
Tir-Cethin Farm
Three Crosses
Swansea
SA4 3NA

Phone number:
M 07876 030985

Email address:
@ info@tircethinfarm.co.uk

Website:
W www.tircethinfarm.co.uk

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Total number of units: 2
Sleeps (min): 2
Sleeps (max): 7
Prices (per unit per week) from: £400.00

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Awards

Walkers Welcome

Walkers Welcome

Cyclists Welcome

Cyclists Welcome
Green Tourism Gold Award

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