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About Parc-Le-Breos

Great walks from our doorstep...

Farm B&B Style Accommodation in Gower

Parc-Le-Breos House is a large 19th century hunting lodge steeped in history and set in 70 peaceful acres of land that once were the deer park of William de Breos. The house has been lovingly converted into a guest house with modern facilities and a relaxed farm B&B feel. Approached by a mile long drive that meanders through ancient woodland glades from the picturesque Gower village of Parkmill, this charming old house and gardens are the perfect place to unwind.

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The History

The Gardens

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Facilities

•Laid back atmosphere •
•Evening meals available •
•Extensive Grounds •
• Free WiFi access throughout •
• Great walks from our doorstep •
• Fully Licensed •
• Trout ponds •

Farm B&B Style Accommodation in Gower

Beyond the great oak doors and mullion windows you will find beautifully appointed public rooms and a laid back atmosphere of warmth and friendliness - a perfect retreat for couples and families alike. The rooms are full of character with old Chesterfields and roaring log fires. There is a quiet reading room, sumptuous lounge and a peaceful conservatory. For the energetic there is also a games room with pool and table tennis.

Surrounding the house are extensive well kept gardens with a recently restored Victorian smokers walk, quiet sitting areas and trout ponds. There are spacious paddocks for the children to play, and they will love the animals and wildlife. Beyond the grounds are farmland and the 450 acres of Parc woods, a truly rural setting.

Once you have settled into your room we will serve you tea or coffee in the comfort of the period sitting room, and will be delighted to offer you gems of local knowledge to help plan your day's activities or evening entertainment. Olive’s wholesome cooking will set you up for a day of exploring the local area and you can look forward to returning to a feast of home grown and locally sourced produce. Vegetarians and people with other special dietary needs are happily catered for.

Many of our guests return year after year to enjoy the many walks which begin at the front door. As a location from which to explore the peninsula it’s second to none - just have a look at the free walking guides available on this site.

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