Langland Bay Accommodation and Holiday Guide featuring Langlands Brasserie

Introduction

Britain’s first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is almost a 20 mile peninsula of glorious beaches, dramatic cliffs and tiny pretty villages. The Gower produces some of the best surfing in Wales, as well as being an excellent spot for windsurfing and cycling. Due to the fantastic scenery and wildlife, the area is also popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts alike. Ruined castles, churches such as St Cadoc’s in Cheriton – known as the cathedral of The Gower and mysterious prehistoric remains add interest to an area rich in things to do and see.

Langland Bay
The closest of the Gower beaches to Swansea, Langland Bay is a three mile swathe of golden sand, that is popular with surfers – partly because it’s only a mile from the middle of Mumbles.

Langland's Brasserie is a great modern british restaurant situated at the beach overlooking the sea. The menu features local seafood as well as locally sourced meat and vegetables. The are open in the morning for anything from a traditional Welsh breakfast including Laverbread (seaweed) to a relaxing latte. Lunch is brasserie style and the evening menu has a host of sophisticated options. For further details: http://www.langlandsbrasserie.co.uk/

 

Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015


Langland's Brasserie is a great modern british restaurant situated at the beach overlooking the sea. The menu features local seafood as well as locally sourced meat and vegetables. The are open in the morning for anything from a traditional Welsh breakfast including Laverbread (seaweed) to a relaxing latte. Lunch is brasserie style and the evening menu has a host of sophisticated options.