Great Lunnon Farm
Meet The Owners
Viv and Mary welcome you to Great Lunnon Farm Holiday Cottages! Quality self-catering accommodation set in the heart of Gower, close to the famous Three Cliffs Bay.
Our three properties are set on our 100-acre working farm, home to a herd of beef suckler cows and calves, and our sheepdog Bess. You’ll see the livestock grazing the fields most of year, and may see silage or hay being harvested to feed all of them during the winter months.
The family have farmed in Lunnon for over 130 years across five generations. They have a wealth of local knowledge to help make the most of your visit to Gower!
Our three spacious self-catering properties are fully equipped and comfortable, each with their own style and story. Ideal for holidays or weekend getaways.
Rose Cottage (Sleeps 6)
This stone farm workers cottage, dates back to the 1841 census when it was an inn called ‘The Sovereign’. Completely refurbished in 1997 the cottage is now the perfect family holiday home. Beamed ceilings, flagstone floors and open fireplace to keep that a traditional atmosphere while providing all the modern comforts.
The Granary (Sleeps 6)
This two-story stone barn conversion was built in the 1800s as a grain store for the farm. The building now offers luxury accommodation, balancing original features and modern open plan living. With a downstairs ensuite double bedroom its perfect for holidays with extended families.
Stable Cottage (Sleeps 2)
Once the home of the farm’s shire horses, Stable Cottage is a cosy stone property adjoining the farmhouse. The light airy sitting room with dining area leads into a fully fitted and equipped kitchen. Ideal for solo travellers or couples.
Where are we?
The hamlet of Lunnon nine miles west of Swansea. The village of Parkmill is a short walk away with small shop, pub and artisan bakery.
Our central location makes it an ideal base for exploring Gower’s glorious beaches, breath taking clifftops and countryside.
A maximum of two dogs are allowed per stay and other pets, all by arrangements. We’ve even got grazing if you want to explore Gower on horseback!