Fairyhill
Fairyhill

Swansea has many facets Ė industrial city, bayside haven, the resort suburb of Mumbles, and of course the beautiful Gower Peninsula stretching westwards from the city. Donít forget the wealth of museums here too... Read More

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January
Abertawe Festival of Young Musicians
February
Abertawe Festival of Young Musicians
Annual Auto Jumble
June
Escape Into The Park
July
Gower Rock Festival
August
Pontardawe Festival
September
Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts
October
Dylan Thomas Festival
Swansea Festival of Music and the Arts
Wordplay Childrens' Literature Festival
November
Dylan Thomas Festival
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Fairyhill

Fairyhill
Fairyhill is situated at the heart of the Gower peninsula, which was designated as Britain's first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, mainly because of its superb coastal scenery.

Set in twenty four acres of its own ... More | Double Room: £87.50 - £137.50 | visit website
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Singleton Hotel

Singleton Hotel

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Highly commended by the Grand Theatre, which is situated opposite, this friendly hotel and public house is set in the heart of Swansea, just a short drive from the Gower Peninsula. If ... More

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Village Hotel & Leisure Club Swansea

Village Hotel & Leisure Club Swansea

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Village Swansea is a new kind of hotel where cutting edge style meets everyday affordability in a place where vibrant energy meets cool, understated design. The hotel is ideally situated on Fabian ... More

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Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel

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Following extensive refurbishment, this landmark hotel offers guests 4-star service and facilities with an excellent location and a fine restaurant. Mezza Luna Italian restaurant offers exquisite menus and an extensive wine ... More

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Aberavon Beach Hotel

Aberavon Beach Hotel

This hotel offers a seafront location with panoramic views across Swansea Bay to Gower Peninsula. The Best Western Aberavon Beach Hotel is a modern hotel situated in a residential area close to the M4, convenient for ... More | visit website

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Leonardos Guest House

Leonardos Guest House

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Boasting an idyllic setting at the edge of both the Gower peninsula and Swansea City Centre, this welcoming B&B enjoys spectacular views over the sea and nearby Mumbles and its Light ... More

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Knabrock

Knabrock

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7 room boutique hotel, free WiFi accees throughout, large plasma screens, directly opposite Swansea Bay Sea Front, decking area and seating to front with unspoilt sea views, fully licensed wine ... More

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Gower Golf Club

Gower Golf Club

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The Gower Golf Club is a Donald Steel designed course offering a challenge to experienced golfers.Visiting golfers most welcome and societies by arrangement. Accommodation is provided on site for those ... More

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Ibis Swansea

Ibis Swansea

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The Ibis Swansea Bay hotel, featuring 99 modern rooms, a restaurant and a bar, is ideally situated in the heart of the SA1 waterfront development. Perfect for business or leisure, the hotel ... More

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The White House

The White House

This beautifully appointed Victorian villa has free Wi-Fi throughout. It is one mile (1.6 km) from Swansea city centre and close to shops, boutiques and restaurants. You will find a warm welcome, attention to detail and ... More | visit website

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