In accordance with the Guidelines set out by the Welsh Government for operators of holiday accommodation businesses Upper Church Barn is closed until further notice.
Last updated:30th May 2020
Self Catering Holiday Cottage in Gower, Wales
Llanmadoc, NORTH Gower, wales
Upper Church Barn is opposite St Madoc church which looks out onto Whiteford Sands - a vast two mile expanse of beach at the edge of the Loughor Estuary.
The barn's light and airy space houses a downstairs bathroom, double bedroom and an open plan kitchen / diner and living room area. A spiral staircase (complete with stair gates top and bottom) leads to an upstairs double bedroom with an additional single bed and two single beds housed on the balcony overlooking the living area.
Accessed through Whiteford Burrows and Cwm ivy - a dune and pine plantation owned by the National Trust, the beach and surrounding area is classified as one of the many National Nature Reserves on Gower, and is only a 10-15 minute walk from the barn.
The community shop is a 5 minute walk and the local pub - the Britannia Inn - serving fantastic food is a 10 minute walk.
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things to do in gower
best BEACHES in the world
The immediate beaches of Whiteford, Broughton, Llangennith and nearby Rhossili provide breathtaking sands and huge bays for walking and watersports.
Rhossili beach has been named one of the top ten beaches in the world and the best beach in the UK in a survey by travel website TripAdvisor.
a mecca for SURFING in wales
Llangennith beach is the Mecca for surfing in Wales.
Perfect for beginners and the more advanced, Llangennith is a friendly environment and is big enough for everyone to have their own space and wave.
Outstanding natural beauty
The Gower Peninsula became the UK's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956. Covering 188 sq km, it was awarded its AONB status for its classic coastline (much of it is Heritage Coast) and its outstanding natural environment (33% is National Nature Reserve or a Site of Special Scientific Interest).