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Fairyhill is situated at the heart of the Gower peninsula, which was designated as Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, mainly because of its superb coastal scenery.

Set in twenty four acres of its own parkland, Fairyhill is an eighteenth century country house now converted to an eight bedroom hotel and restaurant. The location is extremely quiet and yet only twenty minutes from the centre of Swansea, and the same from the M4 (junction 47).

The aim is to create a luxurious but informal atmoshere where people can relax and enjoy good food and wines without feeling intimidated.

The restaurant is decorated in yellows and greens and looks out over the hotels' lawns and gardens. The lounge or bar provide the ideal place to study menus or relax over coffee, in front of open log fires in the winter or with doors open to the garden in summer.

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Ratings/Awards: Visit Wales 5 Stars
AA 5 Stars
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Person

Double: £87.50 - £137.50
Twin: £87.50 - £137.50
Single: £155 - £255
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Cuisine: Modern Welsh
Chef: Neil Hollis
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes
AA notable Wine List 2011-2012
Winner of Which Restaurant of the Year for Wales 2009
Good Food Guide
AA Inspectors Choice Restaurant with Rooms 2011-2012

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Sample Menu:

Evening Menu
Air-dried Welsh Black beef, lemon, capers and Parmesan
Home cured salmon, cucumber and crème frâiche , lime dressing
Rillette of confit Gower rabbit and duck liver, warm potato and apple salad
Roulade of Welsh goats' cheese, roast vegetables, gazpacho dressing
Seasonal Soup of the day
Smoked haddock and Caerphilly soufflé, red onion and tomato chutney
Terrine of local skate, potato and dry cured Welsh bacon, green sauce


Ballotine of salt marsh lamb stuffed with confit tomato and mint, baby roast potatoes, cawl jus
Fillet of Welsh Black beef, oxtail ravioli, roast carrots, truffle mash
Filo parcel of garden leeks, pine nuts and wild mushrooms, pak choi, parsley potatoes
Loin and sausage of Brecon venison, greens, orchard apple mash, red wine and chocolate gravy
Mélange of local seafood, vegetable fettuccine, laverbread velouté
Seared loin of Gower salt marsh lamb, rosemary sausage, mash, cawl jus
Tenderloin and shoulder of organic pork, braised red cabbage, new potatoes, sesame and soy
Tournedos of organic salmon, braised chicory endive, roast pepper risotto
Welsh Black beef fillet, confit tomato, hand cut chips, béarnaise sauce


A selection of Welsh farmhouse cheeses, homemade chutney, wheat wafers
Afogato: - praline glacé, PX sherry, espresso
Fairyhill apple and tarragon tart, vanilla ice cream
Hot chocolate fondant, banana ice cream, griottines
Marinated pineapple, cracked pepper caramel, milk ice cream
Sticky toffee pudding, butterscotch sauce
Two courses 35.00 Three courses 45.00

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