Welcome to The Farmers Arms

This period Gower cottage is in the quiet village of Llanmadoc on the north-west corner of the Gower Peninsula. Built in the 1850s, until some 50 years ago it was a public house called the Farmers Arms.

Farmers Arms nameplate

The Farmers Arms at LlanmadocWe have owned the Farmers Arms for many years, and we let it out as a holiday cottage throughout the year. Many hundreds of families and couples have enjoyed great holidays here as you can see by what they write in our visitors’ book, and the fact that many return time and again.

We live in a nearby village and manage the property ourselves. We do not use agents. In the unlikely event of any problems we are a 5 minute drive away.

The cottage has two separate parts: the Main House (the left side) has three bedrooms and sleeps 5. The Annexe (the right side) has two bedrooms and sleeps 4. The Main House and the Annexe are available separately or together – they are connected by a door – and together sleep 9. They are ideal for a quiet, relaxing holiday. Each part has its own patio and there is a large garden a the rear, with plenty of room for kids to play in. The property backs on to open farmland.

Several years ago we added a new feature – a wild flower meadow – which attracts numerous species of bees, butterflies and other insects and will appeal to anyone interested in conservation and nature.

The Gower Peninsula was designated as Britain’s first area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1950. The Gower Peninsula is to the west of the City of Swansea and is approximately 20 miles long and 6 miles across.

The Gower has something for everyone – beautiful beaches, coastal walks, surfing, mountain biking and historic sites.

For details of the accommodation, photos and prices, click on the following pages. If you have any questions, or would like to make a booking, please contact Tina on 01792 390997 or send us an enquiry via the form.

What our guests said

Third visit to the the cottage with all the family. All had a wonderful stay, children especially loved the meadow and will definitely be back.

Bev and Steve and family (August 2016)

What an amazing place and views. The children loved the sheep and huge garden. We loved the wild flowers.

Summers family. Warwickshire (July 2016)

We have absolutely enjoyed ourselves over the past week. Beautiful home and we all loved the garden.

Middletons, Cheshire (July 2016)

Lovely house. Spectacular scenery. Thanks for all the toys and books, they kept us all entertained.

Clews family, Sussex (May 2016)

Lovely stay on our second visit. love the fire!

Joy and Ian, Devizes (March 2016)

Fleeting but fabulous stay in this lovely cottage.

Maria and Bertie, Essex (October 2015)

Lovely, relaxing week.

Peter and Wendy, Southampton (September 2015)

Lovely location, cosy.

Adams, Cheshire (August 2015)

Lovely weekend and very relaxing. Great location and not far from the beaches for surfing and walking.

Ellie, Amy and Harry (May 2015)

Lovely half term week. Brilliant having main house and annexe as kids have one lounge and adults the other! Lovely walks and views.

Brooks family, Oxford (February 2015)

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