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THINGS TO DO in Mumbles, Gower, Swansea BayTHINGS TO DO: Mumbles, Gower, Swansea Bay & Beyond

Langland Cove Guesthouse has a well-stocked library of information on great days out in Mumbles, Gower, Swansea Bay and beyond. We are full of ideas to make the most of your time with us and always happy to help you plan your day.

For those who want to plan in advance, we suggest you start with a visit to Visit Swansea Bay – an excellent portal for local tourist information. You might also find inspiration on the Visit Wales website.

And don’t miss our blog, and the exciting ideas on #50daysproject which celebrates Wales 2016 as a Year of Adventure. To join the community of explorers and adventurers discovering Wales this year, start using #findyourepic, #walesadventure and #SwanseaBayAdventures to share your journey on social media.

See you by the sea…


Our Mumbles B&B is ideally situated for exploring the Gower Peninsula – the first area in the UK to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You can hike, surf, sail, coasteer, paddleboard, kitesurf or picnic at our breathtaking beaches including Three Cliffs Bay, Oxwich Bay, Port Eynon, Llangenith and award-winning Rhossili.

Rhossili Down Worm's Head, Mumbles, Gower, Swansea Bay

Close to home, there are shorter walks from the house including the jaw-dropping Wales Coastal Path to Bracelet Bay, Limeslade and Mumbles Head with its iconic lighthouse, or stroll along to sandy Caswell Bay and tranquil Pwlldu.

Venture further afield and you’ll find secret waterfalls, gardens, castles and farms, thriving market towns like Llandeilo, the wild and wonderful Brecon Beacons, the brooding Black Mountains and much more.