The Coast House

708 Mumbles Road, Swansea, Southern Wales, Wales, SA3 4EH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 708 Mumbles Road, Swansea, is near Clyne Gardens, Oystermouth Castle, Gower Surfing Development (GSD), and Egypt Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Swansea

    Pentyrch, Newport, Caerleon

    A travel blog entry by joannegg on Aug 04, 2014

    Picked up the rental car and Rhe practiced driving around Cardiff, inadvertently in circles, thanks to Tom (the GPS) and Joanne's lack of navigation skills. Finally got out of town and had a fun day driving around the beautiful hills in Pentyrch. Made our way to Newport and Caerleon looking for sites of burials and residences of Rhe's ancestors. Rhe did all the driving and Joanne the back-seat-driving/navigation.
    Joanne was very impressed ...

    We Did It!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 29, 2014

    13 photos

    ... the boardwalk to C.J’s for supper then Verdi’s for dessert, then pop into The Waterloo for a nightcap where a very drunk couple chats with us and insists we try Joe’s ice cream (we politely say that we will definitely do that despite just having had ice cream). The bartender’s mom was from Rexdale and was currently visiting her ailing mother who lives on Kipling. Then home to pack. On to Liverpool tomorrow.


    Now This is More Like It!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 28, 2014

    10 photos

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    We strode along easily and happily, enjoying the fantastic view. The trail took a weird turn into a farmer’s field where we felt as if we were walking around a labyrinth, but finally we escaped the wheat and climbed over a stile. We almost missed the turn that took us down closer to the ocean where it became much narrower. The beach reminded us of the Bay of Fundy with huge slabs of rock, but much more majestic. We walked for about ...

    Grrrrr -- oh, the Beach. Yaaaaay!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 27, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... a naturalist beach – um, if that’s a hint, it’s not happening), we got into a rather heated argument about where we actually were, on the map, which was only solved when another couple arrived upon us and pointed to where we were. Yeah, I was actually right, but Donnie was not ready to concede that until strangers confirmed it. Strike Two. While I stomped along, steaming internally, I was obviously being too subtle. We were walking around ...

    Loving Lynton

    A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Jul 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... I think the word is magnificent and I am sure the Victorians would have called it sublime. We sat there for some time.....the cliffs just along from us looked like green linen folds of cloth, tumbling over an enormous table top. The greenery of the land falls straight into the sea here, no gap of stone & clay, land is in charge.

    Amazingly we walked back, it took an hour of concerntrated effort, not much chat and sweat.....needless to say we slept well that night.


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