The Mumbels Hotel is an imposing Victorian building on the Mumbles seafront commanding panoramic vistas across Swansea Bay – just a stroll away from the pier and lifeboat station.
Located in the picturesque village of Mumbles, site of the celebrated poet Dylan Thomas’ favourite watering holes, the Mumbles Hotel stands at the gateway to Britain’s first designated area of natural beauty, the Gower peninsula, with its matchless beaches and unspoilt countryside.
Just 10 minutes away is Swansea City Centre with its famous covered market, shopping centres and lively night-life The Carlton is part of Mumbles’ ‘Golden Mile’, a line-up of select pubs and quality restaurants. Local flavour is added by villagers who visit the Carlton bar and restaurant frequently.
Swansea itself is a seaside city with many tourist attractions including the Egypt Centre in the University, the Waterfront Museum, the Marina, the state-of-the-art Leisure Centre with indoor surfing, and the Dylan Thomas Centre.
The hotel is an ideal base for a range of easily accessible leisure activities:
- Beautiful sandy beaches
- Riding and trekking
- Scenic walks in unspoilt countryside
- Water sports from sailing to surfing
- Golf courses
- Olympic swimming pool
- Shopping and sightseeing in Swansea
- Highly recommended restaurants within strolling distance