5 Star Country Hotel
A charming eigthteenth-century house of style and distinction, set in twenty-four acres of grounds that feature mature woodland, a trout stream and a beautiful lake, Fairyhill is a very special hotel where a genuine welcome awaits, and where good food and the finest wines can be enjoyed without formality.
Here, on the Gower peninsula, Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, lives a place where the finest traditions of hospitality meet modern creature comfort.
A casual air runs through public areas that extend from a warming, well-stocked bar to a sumptuously-appointed lounge, while all eight bedrooms are furnished to the highest standards of Comfort. Wales's premier restaurant provides a relaxed end to the day, confirming an ever-present commitment to quality
Fairyhill has a reputation for excellence spread far and wide and the hotel's maxim of 21st Century living is reflected in its inspiring restaurant menus making good use of fresh local produce.
Typical examples might include seared scallops with black fettucine, a warm salad of skate and dry cured bacon, a filo tart of vine tomatoes with local goat's cheese and basil oil, sea bass with a butter sauce, a fillet of prime beef with rosti potato and tomato and herb salsa or a rack of lamb with a saute of liver, kidneys, garlic and parsley. Finish with banana creme brulee or apple and tarragon tart.
There are just eight 'designer' bedrooms at Fairyhill - each very different in character, style and decor from the next - and all are consistent in featuring a modern, private bathroom and a high standard of luxury and appointment throughout.
A colour television and a stereo system including a compact disc player, together with direct dial telephones, are to be found in every room for your comfort and convenience, though fixtures are but part of the story.
For each living space, regardless of size, has enjoyed great attention to detail in terms of lighting, furnishings and atmosphere. Fairyhill sets out to be a sanctuary, a home from home away from it all - and nowhere is this more evident than in the feel of the room.