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Attractions near Hill House

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Weobley Castle (1 Mile)*
This unusual historic site has one of the most atmospheric locations in Wales. It stands in a lonely spot on the low-lying northern coast of the Gower peninsular, overlooking an eerie, bleak expanse of saltings and marshland.
Oxwich Castle (4 Miles)*
This "castle by the sea" stands in a lovely spot on a wooded headland above Oxwich Bay on the Gower Peninsular. It is a castle in name only. Although probably occupying the site of an early fortification.
National Wetland Centre Wales (5 Miles)*
Enjoy a wonderful day out watching and learning about some of Wales's most exciting wildlife - and help WWT to protect it at the same time.
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery (10 Miles)*
The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery was founded in 1911as a purpose built civic art gallery through the benefaction of Richard Glynn Vivian, fourth son of the copper industrialist family.
Kidwelly Castle (10 Miles)*
This castle is one of Wales's best kept secrets. Kidwelly, on a steep bluff overlooking the River Gwendraeth, presents a vision of medieval times.
Neath Museum (16 Miles)*
Neath Museum will Close for Refurbishment on 30th September 2006.
Laugharne Castle (16 Miles)*
The handsome castle, standing foursquare on the waterfront overlooking the Taf estuary, bears testament to a troubled past when the Normans built a string of coastal strongholds to consolidate their hold over south-west Wales.
Aberdulais Falls (17 Miles)*
Providing a link between the past with the 300 year old waterwheel, and the future with the production of green energy, Aberdulais Falls is also a local beauty spot and offers plenty for families to see and do.
Carmarthenshire County Museum (17 Miles)*
At Abergwili, near Carmarthen on the A40, this the museum of Carmarthenshire's past.
Cefn Coed Colliery Museum (18 Miles)*
Cefn Coed Colliery is unique, standing as it does in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt valleys in the South Wales coalfield.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Hill House
Llanrhidian (1 Mile)*
Penrice (3 Miles)*
Penrice is a very picturesque, small village set in the heart of the Gower peninsular, near to Oxwich and Three Cliffs beaches. The village comprises a small green surrounded by cottages and St Andrew's church.
Llanmadoc (3 Miles)*
Llanmadoc, around 16 miles west of Swansea, is a seaside rural village with village green, shop, pub, church and church hall, on the north west tip of Gower Peninsula.
Penclawdd (3 Miles)*
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Llanelli (5 Miles)*
Llanelli is a vibrant shopping centre with numerous attractions nearby including the Millennium Coastal Park, Celtic Trail Cycleway, Pembrey Country Park and Cefn Sidan Beach, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and Parc Howard Museum.
Pembrey (6 Miles)*
Pembrey is a friendly Welsh which sits a mile from the historic town of Burry Port with its pretty harbour and 4 miles from the ancient town of Kidwelly with its famous castle. Pembrey and the surrounding area is steeped in history.
Loughor (6 Miles)*
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Oystermouth (7 Miles)*
The Mumbles (8 Miles)*
Pontardulais (8 Miles)*
Pontardulais is a typical, welcoming welsh village and although the shops are changing on a regular basis the feeling of a 'community' remains strong.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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