The largest collection of holiday homes in Mumbles, Gower & Swansea Marina

Bishopston Cottages

8 propertiesfound that match your search

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Refurbished, comfortable 1-bedroom annexe, well located in the village of Bishopston offering easy access to Gower, Mumbles and the nearby beaches.…

10% discount on all stays between 20th July - 31st August 2019.

From £300 to £495 per week |   sleeps 2

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Delightful, tastefully decorated 1-bedroom apartment adjoining the owners house, perfect for couples looking for walking and beach getaways. …

From £280 to £465 per week |   sleeps 2

3 Pets
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Welcoming, beautifully presented 2-bedroom cottage, situated in Bishopston valley and perfect for walkers or those wanting a relaxing break. …

From £445 to £840 per week |   sleeps 4

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A homely, well-presented 3-bedroom cottage, set on a lane leading to the historically-rich, unspoilt bay of Pwll Du (pronounced Pulth Dee).…

From £410 to £750 per week |   sleeps 6

3 Pets
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Beautifully presented, spacious 3-bedroom house with large garden and hot tub, offering a superb base from which to explore the surrounding area. …

From £635 to £1,395 per week |   sleeps 7

2 Pets
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Well-presented, spacious 1-bedroom annexe set in the picturesque village of Bishopston with access to the beaches of Langland and Caswell Bay.…

From £310 to £485 per week |   sleeps 2

2 Pets
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The ultimate romantic getaway, offering the chance to escape the hustle and stress of everyday life and wake up in your very own secluded bay.…

From £395 to £625 per week |   sleeps 4

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2 Pets
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This is the ultimate 3-bedroom hideaway. Rustic and stylish property on the beach at Pwll Du, one of the most spectacular locations on Gower. …

15% off your stay taken from 30th August 2019 to 6th September 2019

From £890 to £1,370 per week |   sleeps 8

As described by Swansea Council – “The valley is full of mystery and intrigue enhanced by its secluded nature.”, Bishopston Valley is steeped in history. With a variety of myths and legends, no wonder so many explorers come to discover this wonderful part of Gower.

Being the largest village on Gower, featuring three public houses, two beach coves, a rugby club (called South Gower RFC), a children’s park and having direct access to both Mumbles and Gower, this has proven to be a popular holiday destination. If you’re planning a getaway to South Wales for long walks, to take it easy, bring your pet or to soak up the sun on the beach; there is sure to be a self-catering property on this list for you.

Pwll Du and Brandy Cove bays are dog friendly all year round and we have the accommodation to match! These secluded, yet striking beaches are extremely rich in history. Legends stipulate that they were used for smuggling once upon a time, evidence of this and other workmen using the bays can be found on the Bishopston Valley Walk – see hidden limestone caves, secret rivers and get lost in the ancient woodlands and meadows.

The beautiful, traditional village of Bishopston has seen many public houses come and go in the history books, all we know is that there are 3 great pubs remaining. Serving food along with cold or hot beverages are; The Valley, The Joiners and The Plough and Harrow which has recently been converted into a gastro-pub. They all have parking and are very popular with holiday makers and locals alike, especially after a long day at Caswell Bay.


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