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

Holiday Cottages in Mumbles

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340 Langland Bay Manor, Langland

Ref: 340

Deluxe second-floor 1-bedroom apartment in a prestigious Grade II listed Victorian Manor building wi…

From £410 to £675 per week |   sleeps 2

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349 Langland Bay Manor, Langland

Ref: 349

Deluxe 1st-floor, 1-bedroom apartment in a prestigious Grade II Victorian Manor building, set in lan…

From £395 to £665 per week |   sleeps 2

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The Gite, Mumbles

Ref: 631

Newly refurbished, stylish studio apartment ideally set to explore the streets of Mumbles and the pe…

From £235 to £350 per week |   sleeps 2

Queens Road Studio, Mumbles

Ref: 68

Open plan, ground floor studio apartment, conveniently located near all the amenities in Mumbles Vil…

From £260 to £395 per week |   sleeps 2

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Lyndhurst Apartment, Langland

Ref: 78B

Large, characterful ground floor apartment set in a quiet area of Langland - a perfect spot for walk…

From £380 to £630 per week |   sleeps 2

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147C Crawshay Court, Langland

Ref: 147C

Well presented, 1-bedroom, first floor apartment offering lovely sea views and off-road parking, jus…

From £340 to £575 per week |   sleeps 2

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Fairhaven Court, Rotherslade

Ref: 11_18

A stylish first floor, one bedroom, seaside apartment with views from the balcony, overlooking Rothe…

From £290 to £495 per week |   sleeps 2

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146B Crawshay Court, Langland

Ref: 146B

Stylish ground floor 1-bedroom apartment in the popular Crawshay Court development with sea views fr…

From £350 to £615 per week |   sleeps 2


At the Western edge of Swansea Bay lies the fishing village of Mumbles - the twinkling diamond of Swansea! A wonderful combination of historic buildings and modern design create a unique destination where the charming buildings of the village’s long history and the modern developments of restaurants, bars and boutique shops seem to blend together perfectly. 

A RICH HISTORY 
Perched above the village is Oystermouth Castle; a Norman military stronghold that still attracts thousands each year thanks to the plays and fairs held in its grounds. It has recently been renovated to include a visitor centre and glass viewing floor for people to explore the inner walls and the castle’s secrets. In more recent times, the Mumbles Pier was once the end destination for the local tram, and while the tram has long since closed, the tramway has become a walking and cycle path that leads you out to the Pier.  The RNLI have a state of the art facility at the pier and with cafés, bars, restaurants and a number of beaches, it is well worth visiting and be sure to walk out to the end.

SHOP ‘TILL YOU DROP
With independent, boutique stores dotted through the streets of Mumbles and along the promenade, shopaholics will be spoilt for choice. Men’s tailors, women’s couture, leisure wear… you name it, Mumbles has it, and you can easily spend a day window shopping if nothing else!

FOOD AND DRINK
Tracing it’s roots back hundreds of years (perhaps longer) as a fishing village, it’s no wonder that some of the finest seafood restaurants are located in Mumbles. Alongside the fish restaurants are numerous bars and eateries serving a range of dishes to suit all palates and budgets and with a thriving microbrewery sector, many bars brew or distil their own drinks to offer a truly unique drinking and dining experience. As venues such as Castellamare, La Parilla, Bistro Pierre and many others are situated on the waterfront, you can enjoy good food and drink whilst watching the boats bobbing up and down on the bay.

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Whether you are taking the children to the penny slots on the pier, enjoying the delicious homemade ice-creams on sale at Joe’s, Fortes and Verdi’s or watching the little ones explore the castle; Mumbles is geared up for young families and will not disappoint. For couples, a stroll along the promenade followed by a glass of fizz and a romantic meal for two at one of the many restaurants as the moon rises over the bay is a sure way to create memories that you will both remember forever. For groups and more mature visitors, there is enough to do for everyone to have a good time from playing golf at one of the many local courses, watching sport at the local rugby, football and cricket clubs or simply taking advantage of the location.


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The New Mumbles Mile – Food and Drink Heaven

The New Mumbles Mile – Food and Drink Heaven

In the 1980’s and 1990’s, the ‘Mumbles Mile’ was synonymous with the small pubs that lined the seafront of Mumbles, and many a hardy soul tried in vain to take a drink in each of the 19 venues along i…

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Mumbles - Best Place to Live 2018

Mumbles - Best Place to Live 2018

The Sunday Times “Best Places to Live 2018” has announced Mumbles as the best place in Wales and we have over 100 holiday cottages in this gorgeous village, so why not come here and check out exactly …

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When The Grandchildren Are Back In School, Escape To Gower

When The Grandchildren Are Back In School, Escape To Gower

Spending time with your family and loved ones over the summer holiday period is always a time filled with memories to cherish.

However as much as you may enjoy this time with your grandchildren, i…

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