Reasons to Choose Us
- Two minutes walk to the Mumbles Seaside Promanade
- One minute walk to excellent childrens playground
- A lovely scenic coastal walk to many of the Gowers finest beaches
- A smorgousboard of fine dining restaraunts within 5 minutes walk
- Scenic double decker bus tours depart at base of hill
- A 15 minute bike ride to Swansea University
- Situated in a very peaceful village lane ideal for sleeping
- Ideal base for walkers and cyclists to explore the Gower
- Owners live two doors down and are more than happy to help
- A five minute drive to the Singleton hospital
- Sea Views
- Walking Distance To Coast
A short stroll of just 75 yards brings you to the Mumbles seafront promanade. This award winning promanade takes you on a romantic walk with panoramic views of Swansea Bay and Mumbles Lighthouse
- Pets Welcome
- Families Welcome
- Suitable for Limited Mobility
Wow! Mumbles Is Looking Good. Klein Garden Is Blooming. The Beaches And Coastal Walks Are Stunning.
Captain's CabinOn a stormy night you can be lullled to sleep by the sound of the wind whistling through the rigging of small yachts on the shore. From bed you can see the floodlit sight of the Oystermouth Castle and intermitantly observe the ebb and flow of the second largest tide in the world. The bedroom itself is clean and tidy with new carpets and a very comfortable double bed. It has plenty of wardrobe space to stow your clothes.
Mates LockerThis is a doulbe bedroom at the rear of the cottage. It is newly carpeted and has a comfortable steel framed double bed. There is a chest of drawers to stow clothes.
New Double bed in Captains CabinThere is a new steel framed double bed in the Captains Cabin.
Double bed in the Mates lockerThere is a comfortable double bed in the mates locker.
Living RoomThe living oom is bristol clean and airy. It shares an open plan with the galley, so that the chef can be involved with the rest of the party whilst cooking. It has a table that can be set for four with 2 comfortable leather armchairs. The TV and DVD player are resting on a shelf so that it is easily viewed from the armchairs and kitchen.
GalleyAfter a long day t the beach, fishing or walking it is great to return to a great meal. Therefore special attention has been paid to the galley. Everything in the galley is new and clean enough for the most discerning fisherwife. The cupbaords and work surfaces were professionally installed in 2012. There is a new 4 burner electric stove with oven, a new fridge and freezer, All the pans, plates and cutlery are set for party of four.
HeadAfter a week at sea this bathroom is absolutley massive. However for a normal landlubber it is a little small. It includes a toilet , handbasin and bathtub. It is all shipshape with a new floor and clean towels.
Arriving By Car: From Swansea follow Oystermouth Road to the town of Mumbles. Pass the co-operative shops and turn right at the blue Rugby club on Western Lane. Climb Western Lane and then take a sharp (three point turn)down Village Lane. We are 9 Village Lane SA34EB
Arriving By Train: The train arrives in Swansea Train station. It is best to catch a £15 taxi ride to the Snug from the train as the bus station is about a ten minute walk.
Arriving By Bus/Coach: There is a regular bus service from Mumbles to both Swansea and the Gower Peninsula. The nearest bus stop is 30 meters from the front door.
Nearest Airport: The nearest Airport is Cardiff Airport though most of our guests arrive from Heathrow.
Mumbles is a vibrant hub of activities in the summer months. The days are long and lazy, the air warm, the beaches inviting. Most people throng to Mumbles and the Gower Peninsula during the summer holidays. At this time of year holiday makers create an exciting atmosphere that flows out into the many pubs and restaraunts that is the halmark of Mumb
Short Break: £200-£360
Are you impulsive? Is the weather fantastic? Are the Gower beaches and coastal walks calling you? Think about a quick getaway at the Fisherman's Snug. If you are in London within a few hours you could be all settled in to the cottage and enjoying a small BBQ on the foreshore for sunset.
Need to wet a line or blow the cobwebs out of your mind after a big week at work. Mumbles is only a short drive. Your own little self contained weekend retreat in the centre of leisure activities awaits you. Chill out, unwind, relax, and enjoy the beauty of this scenic coastline.
Spring £90 per night £500 per week
Summer Midweek £120 per night Weekends £140 per night £700 per week