Our Mumbles holiday cottages sleep parties of two and upwards meaning they're perfect for families, couples, and large group bookings too. With features such as log fires, private gardens, and hot tubs, a holiday cottage on this stunning part of the Gower Peninsula will provide all you need to have a memorable trip!
The properties range from luxurious and modern abodes, tastefully converted barns, and stables to quaint cottages, so there's something to suit every taste and preference. Many of the holiday homes are also dog-friendly, so you can bring your four-legged friend along too - handy, being as you're right on the promenade, and have access to the waterfront path that stretches all the way back into Swansea.
A selection of the cottages are also wheelchair accessible, contact our sales team for assistance with finding your dream holiday cottage! Alternatively, use the Additional Requirements section of the Cottage Search to browse at your leisure.
The Mumbles is considered the 'gateway to the Gower' as the breathtaking location marks the start of the renowned stretch of coastline in this part of Wales with its unforgettable, award-winning beaches. From here, you're perfectly placed for days out on the Gower peninsula - why not take in Three Cliffs Bay, go swimming at Oxwich beach, or marvel at the viewpoint over the most famous of these beaches, Rhossili?
The classic beachside promenade boasts incredible views of the surrounding landscape and dotted along this stretch of coast, you will find several popular independent eateries and drinking holes, as the area is known to be 'Swansea Bay's culinary capital'. The restaurants and cafes serve some of the finest local produce with mouth-watering menus - be sure to visit world-famous Verdis for the best Italian ice cream in Wales! You'll also find fresh fish and fresh fruit vendors aplenty, and nearby Oystermouth Castle provides perfect views across the bay towards Mumbles headland and back to the bright lights of the city. Mumbles pier has recently been renovated and offers a unique view back towards this cliffside town's stunning spot, as well as views towards Somerset from the lifeboat station at its tip.
This cosmopolitan destination not only entices those looking for gastronomic delights with a fantastic view, but water sport enthusiasts also descend to the area. With a prime surfing spot and plenty of beach space, those looking to enjoy all the coast has to offer are spoilt for choice.
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