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Blas Gwyr
Llangennith
South Wales

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Blas Gŵyr is a luxury boutique bed and breakfast located in the heart of the Gower seaside village of Llangennith. Surrounded by glorious Gower beaches and spectacular countryside this unique property stylishly combines the old and the new and is an ideal hideaway from the stresses and strain of the modern world. Despite being designated as Britain’s first ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ the Gower peninsula has largely remained one of Wales’ best kept secrets. A destination just waiting to be discovered, its beaches are among the best in the UK, where a hidden bay and rocky cove give way to long empty stretches of sand. But there’s more. Magical coastal walks, top class restaurants and cosy country pubs vie with castles, Arthurian legend and stunning beaches as the main attraction. And if that’s not enough then Swansea Bay and the thriving seaside village of Mumbles is but a short drive away.Whether drawn to the area by its undisputed natural beauty or by its reputation as one of Britain's premier surfing destination, at Blas Gŵyr you’re only minutes away from the action.Here at Blas Gŵyr a very warm Welsh welcome awaits. Part grade II listed building and part contemporary development, original features have been complimented with 21st century design to provide guests with 5* comfort.

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