The Coach House at Broad Park is a self-contained suite which sleeps two people in one double bed. It sits in the grounds of a large detached house located in the village of Rhossili, Gower, Wales. There are fantastic views over the Bristol Channel to the Devon coast, Carmarthen Bay and Rhossili Down.  Without stepping away from the accommodation you can enjoy Rhossili’s renowned sunset over Carmarthen Bay. It is five minutes’ walk from the village centre and Rhossili Beach. At the rear of the property are open fields rising up Rhossili Down.

We are open all year round and our guest suite located in a spacious, separate, annex includes a large lounge, separate bedroom and an en-suite shower and toilet. There is free parking on site and flat screen TV, complimentary tea/coffee, hair dryer and free wi-fi.

We provide facilities for visitors to prepare their own breakfast which includes a fridge/freezer, microwave, hob, kettle and toaster, together with  cutlery and crockery.

Within short walking distance are the world famous Rhossili beach and the Worm’s Head, Fall Bay and Rhossili Down. Numerous longer walks can be started and completed from Broad Park.

Facilities within the village include the Worm’s Head Hotel and bar, Lookout Bistro, Bay Bistro, Causeway coffee shop and a National Trust shop. A short drive away in Port Eynon is the Ship Inn.

Broad Park is run by Alison and Tim Thorogood. In addition to running the Coach House they are developing an organic smallholding on their adjacent 5 acres of land.

Please use the Menu options above to find out more detail, or contact us via the Contact form, email or simply call 07884 263963.

Sunset over the Worms’ Head – view from Broad Park

The Worm’s Head on a clear spring day – view from Broad Park

View from Fall Bay Rhossili – Broad Park in the distance









Rhossili beach


The Worms Head







Rhossili beach


Broad Park’s pet sheep; Hector. Polly, Roo, Donald and Gelda