Experience thrill while wondering in one of the jewels of Gower- Port Eynon
Staying in the heart of Gower is more than just a holiday. Relax, unwind, and settle into a gentle pace of life.
Port Eynon Beach, one of the jewels of Gower is absolutely sandy, safe, and perfect for water sport activities. The natural beauty of the beach has achieved Best British Beach Award, Blue Flag and Seaside Award, and Cadbury Flake 99 Great British Beach Awards.
Croft Acre Holiday Cottages offer luxurious and contemporary accommodation to stay in Port Eynon. Visitors don’t just sit in the balcony with Coffee mug but also love to walk on the coastal walk path to see natural plants and animals’ life.
In Port Eynon, St Cattwg’s church has many gravestones with the surname of Prince “Eynon,” which indicates the name “Port Eynon.” The church is quite uncommon. No east or west window. It boasts stained glass windows, Norman doorways, and interesting memorials.
There are many historic places with related stories you would like to experience the history of Port Eynon while exploring some of location and beach. Legends of smuggling, security issues, and many more exciting stories.
The ruined Slat House on the southernmost tip, Port Eynon reminds a powerful dynasty dominating smuggling for a century or more. History of the Lucas family is also fascinating. In the civil war, Sir Charles Lucas fought for the mighty of Port Eynon. It was executed under instructions of Cromwell.
After many tragedies besides the coastal line cause considerable death within a short period. Port Eynon thought about water safety and built a lifeboats house on the west end. The hose for lifeboats was previously known as ‘A Daughter’s Offering’ and currently used by YHA, a youth hostel.
Places like a museum, cliffs, and beach show tradition and myth of Port Eynon. Book one of the most comfortable cottages as your dream house and explore hidden places at Port Eynon.