Serious and stylish luxury without pretension: a relaxed award-winning restaurant where you can savour the best of seasonal, local produce and the finest of wines from celebrated cellars
Fairyhill - a magical name for a magical place: a charming 18th century house set in twenty-four acres of parkland, tucked away secretly at the heart of the glorious Gower peninsula.
Quite simply fantastic food, great atmosphere, peaceful surroundings and a fabulous welcome. Altogether, an unforgettable ambience that is The Fairyhill experience.
Eight intimate and individually-designed bedrooms each of which, though unique in style, is consistent in the highest standards of luxury you demand

Fairyhill Hotel

An introduction to Fairyhill Hotel

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Fairyhill - a magical name for a magical place: a charming 18th century house set in twenty-four acres of parkland, tucked away secretly at the heart of the glorious Gower peninsula.

Fairyhill - a magical name for a magical place: a charming 18th century house set in twenty-four acres of parkland, tucked away secretly at the heart of the glorious Gower peninsula.

Fairyhill - serious and stylish luxury without pretension: a relaxed award-winning restaurant where you can savour the best of seasonal, local produce and the finest of wines from celebrated cellars; a sumptuously furnished sitting room where you can relax in front of the glow of an open fire and take in the wonderful views beyond; a warm and welcoming well-stocked bar; and eight intimate, individually-designed bedrooms that guarantee a blissful night’s sleep.

Fairyhill - quite simply fantastic food, great atmosphere, peaceful surroundings and a fabulous welcome. Altogether, an unforgettable ambience that is The Fairyhill experience.

Pure magic.

Accommodation
Fairyhill - a fine house that oozes a distinctive sense of style. Make it your home for as long as you stay, either with other guests or perhaps have the Fairyhill experience all to yourself.

Whatever you decide, you'll love the attention to detail found in all the living spaces: the comfortable elegance of the large sitting room; the beautifully furnished terrace with views of the fabulous parkland; and the cosiness of the well-stocked bar.

And at the end of the day, choose from eight intimate and individually-designed bedrooms each of which, though unique in style, is consistent in the highest standards of luxury you demand. Each bedroom has fabulous ensuite facilities, quality furnishings and Egyptian cotton bedding. As you'd expect, you'll get the latest technologies - including iPod contectors and WIFI (and of course TV, DVD, CDs and even a phone!)

Fairyhill - a space to call your own.

Tariff 2008
Standard double room: Sun - Thurs B&B £165. Fri & Sat Dinner, B&B £245. Sun - Thurs break Min 2 nights D, B&B £220
Principal room (double or twin): Sun - Thurs B&B £220. Fri & Sat Dinner, B&B £300. Sun - Thurs break Min 2 nights D, B&B £275.
Deluxe room (double or twin): Sun - Thurs B&B £275. Fri & Sat Dinner, B&B £355. Sun - Thurs break Min 2 nights D, B&B £320.
All 8 rooms, per night:Sun - Thurs B&B £1760. Fri & Sat Dinner, B&B £2400. Sun - Thurs break Min 2 nights D, B&B £2170.

All prices are for two people per night sharing a room and include early morning tea or coffee and full Welsh breakfast.

The Break prices also include a full choice from our three-course dinner menu. Breaks are for stays of two nights or more.

Friday and Saturday night stays are inclusive of dinner.

Principal rooms are larger with king size beds. Deluxe rooms are larger still.

Single Occupancy
All rooms are available for single occupancy ­ simply reduce the bed & breakfast rate by £20

Children
Well-behaved children over the age of eight are welcomed at Fairyhill.

Dogs
Dogs may be exercised in the grounds and well behaved dogs are allowed in the bedrooms at Fairyhill.

Exclusive Use
Fairyhill is available at a supplement of £1,000 per night.

Restaurant
The award-winning restaurant at Fairyhill has a reputation for excellence with food-lovers who
keep returning to savour the inspiring menus and imaginative use of local produce.

Low food miles have always been on the menu at Fairyhill and no journey could be shorter than that bringing seasonal vegetables from our very own walled garden or fresh eggs courtesy of our own much-loved ducks. The Gower peninsula is a rich larder, providing sea bass, sewin, laverbread, samphire and world-famous cockles from the sea and the distinctive flavours of salt marsh lamb and Welsh Black beef from rich agricultural land. From neighbouring Carmarthenshire comes wonderful ham and speciality cheeses.

Accompany all this with a fantastically wide choice of wine from our celebrated cellars,
and you'll realise what good food and relaxed dining is really all about.

Sample Evening Menu

Chicken liver parfait, Melba toast
Garden vegetable risotto, flower salad
Local lobster, pea shoot salad, lemon dressing
Salad of Tyle House beetroot, Welsh goats' cheese and salad leaves,beetroot coulis
Soup of the day
Terrine of confit chicken, apple and leek, apple chutney
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Breast of Gressingham duck, gratin potato, sauté orchard apples and leeks, cider sauce
Fillet of Welsh Black beef, celeriac rosti, braised pak choi, Rioja reduction (£5 extra)
Gateau of garden courgettes, tomatoes and basil
Pan fried fillet of local sea bass, basmati rice, purslane and spinach, laverbread and butter sauce
Roast Oaklands organic suprème of free range chicken, cured ham, courgette and tomato salsa, basil oil
Seared fillet of black bream, samphire, new potatoes, red wine and port sauce
Seared loin of Gower salt marsh lamb, rosemary sausage, mash, cawl jus
Welsh Black beef fillet, grilled tomato, hand cut chips, béarnaise sauce (£5 extra)
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A selection of Welsh farmhouse cheeses, homemade chutney, wheat wafers
Afogato: - praline glacé, , PX sherry, espresso
Apple and Caerfai cheddar rarebit, apple chutney
Blackberry and rose wine jelly, cinnamon cream
Fairyhill apple and tarragon tart, vanilla ice cream
White and dark chocolate terrine, mocha sauce

Two courses 30.00 Three courses 40.00

Relaxation
Fairyhill - the ultimate sanctuary for a little rest and relaxation. And what could be more life-giving than some extra pampering with some of our holistic therapy treatments? De-stress with an aromatherapy massage or be uplifted with a stimulating reflexology treatment. Be invigorated or relaxed - the choice is yours.

You might like to opt for the ancient technique of Indian Head massage inducing a state of calm and relaxation through massage, or the hands-on treatment of Reiki that treats the whole body and is a powerful form of healing.

Whatever you choose, you will be guaranteed the most professional and courteous service in the best of surroundings.

Fairyhill - be pampered in style.

The Grounds
Enchanting. That's how the twenty-four acres of parkland that surrounds the house is usually
referred to. A secret hideaway within which there is so much to see and do, or nothing at all to do.

Perhaps take a gentle stroll along the paths through the flowering gardens and mature woodland to the expansive lake and bubbling trout stream. (Watch out for feathered friends as you go!) Along the way, contemplate the art in the park - sculptures from Welsh artists, adding that extra touch of magic. Or why not enjoy a mildly energetic game of croquet on the lawn?

Or simply relax and just take in the changing vistas from the comfort of the house. And as the sun goes down, nothing could be better than drinking in the views from the terrace.

Fairyhill grounds - an enchanted space for you to grow.

Location
Fairyhill - though tucked away secretly at the heart of the glorious Gower peninsula, is easy to find.

Leave the M4 at junction 47 and off the roundabout take the A483 dual carriageway signposted to Swansea. At the next roundabout turn right onto the A484 signed to Llanelli, Gower and Gowerton. From there follow the signs to Gower and Gowerton.

At Gowerton take the B4295 North Gower coastal road, through Penclawdd, Crofty and Llanrhidian, for approximately 10 miles. After Oldwalls and the Greyhound Inn continue for a mile or so before turning left to Fairyhill Hotel.

Gower Area Guide
 


Features:
Local Attractions
Evening Meals
Pet Friendly
Car Parking
Licenced Bar
Garden Area

Facilities:
Colour TV
Hi-Fi
Tea & Coffee Making
   

 
 

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Contact Details

Fairyhill Hotel
Reynoldston
Gower
Swansea
SA3 1BS
T: 01792 390139
M: 01792390139