Mayals Avenue Holiday Home, Mumbles
This spacious family house lies in the heart of Mayals, just a short walk from the seafront ammenities of Blackpill which features pubs, cafes, Clyne Woods and the area's famous lido. The popular Blue Flag beaches of Langland and Caswell are just a short drive away, and can be accessed easily by a stroll along the coastal path. The property consists of three bedrooms, accomodating up to 6 guests comfortably, and benefits from a spacious living area, dining room and a large garden, complete with patio, garden furniture and climbing frame.
About this property:
This three bedroomed property in Mayals is the perfect place for a larger family base themselves on a visit to Gower. Downstairs, a spacious living room with wooden floors is centred around a gas fire and flat screen television, while large, south-facing windows flood the room with light. The adjacent dining room provides enough space to accommodate family mealtimes, and connects to a conservatory, which overlooks a charming garden, complete with patio, garden furniture, trampoline and climbing frame. The kitchen contains a large fridge/freezer, a microwave, dishwasher and a gas cooker. A garage area is also available for storage of bikes, surf boards etc as well as a downstairs W.C.
The house can accomodate a group of 6, split between a double and two twin bedrooms. A modern and stylish bathroom and separate W.C. can also be found upstairs.
C/O day - Friday
The village of Mumbles is known as the gateway to Gower. What was a fishing village with a Norman Castle is now a vibrant centre with restaurants, cafes, bars and boutique shops. A good base for your holiday with all these amenities, beaches within easy walking distance and the isolated beaches of the Gower a short distance away. Escape to Rhossili beach in twenty minutes, and return to Mumbles for a wonderful evening out without worrying about having to drive.
On offer is also an amusement arcade, skating rink, parks with children's play areas, Mumbles Pier and even a friday night film show in the local hall. During the summer holidays there is also children’s activities in the park provided free of charge by the local authority. Mumbles hosts numerous festivals and events. The Mumbles Jazz festival attracts musicians from around the world and the Navy Days Festival gets bigger every year. The Raft Race is a big event with local community groups, businesses and pubs getting together to race across the bay in ingenious and comical home made rafts. There are too many art fairs and craft markets to mention as well as a monthly farmers market, do not miss the famed lamb burgers cooked on a market stall and served with a mint dressing and a big mushroom in a bun, delicious.
If you want a change of scene there is the land train which connects Mumbles to the Blackpill Lido with a lovely cafe overlooking the paddling and play areas for the children. Futher around the Bay is Swansea itself for shopping as well as museums, art galleries, Wales' premier waterpark the LC and the historic Maritime Quarter.
The beaches closest to Mumbles are Limeslade and Bracelet Bay. The former has ample parking, a cafe and Italian restaurant with spectacular views over the bay. The latter an old fashioned style ice cream parlor and cafe.
Further along the cliff path are Rotherslade and Langland which are the most popular beaches in the area. There is parking and a number of child friendly cafes. The Langland Brasserie is located next the beach and is open all day for lunch, afternoon tea and evening meals in a truly fantastic setting.
Leave your cares behind and your car if you wish and experience the laid back approach to life in Mumbles where everyone wears shorts from March to October.
Mayals Avenue Holiday Home Availability
ages 4 - 16
ages 0 - 3