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The Old Hay Barn, Parkmill, South Wales

The Old Hay Barn
Gower Heritage Centre
Mill Lane

Parkmill
South Wales

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The Old Hay Barn at the Gower Heritage Centre has been converted into this stunning contemporary Artist Residence. With traditional exposed beams mixed with modern open plan living, the Old Hay Barn is relaxing getaway for the Artists amongst us to truly engulf themselves in the inspiring surroundings of Gower. We provide all our Artists staying at the Barn with a professional easel, a selection of tools, and if that's not enough with free access to the Gower Heritage Centre you might even capture the perfect picture with hundreds of views to entice the imagination. Double room with En-suite shower room.Family Bedroom Sleeps up to four in Two bunk beds.Family Bathroom Shower, bath, toilet and washbasin.Open plan Living and Dining area fully equipped with TV and DVD Player. Fully fitted kitchen, washing machine and dryer,dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave. Check in time is 2.30pm Checkout time 11 am. Travelcots and Highchairs are available on requestFree onsite parking Please provide your own Towels Dogs Welcome We have full weeks from Saturday to Saturday or try our mini breaks from Friday to Monday or Monday to Friday.All bookings come with unlimited entry to the Gower Heritage Centre. You'll be only a 30 minute walk away from the stunning Thre Cliffs Bay, one of the finalists of ITV's Britains Favourite View.

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