Three Cliffs Bay Holiday Cottages and Holiday Park
An introduction to Three Cliffs Bay Holiday Cottages and Holiday Park
Three Cliffs Bay Holiday Park is situated overlooking Three Cliffs Bay with a public footpath leading down to the beach. One of the major appeals of the park is the spectacular position with the panoramic views of Three Cliffs Bay. There are also some 52 acres of cliff-land which is ideal to exercise dogs. We welcome families and couples, and enjoy a warm friendly atmosphere with many visitors returning year after year.
The group of cottages has been thoughtfully restored from the original stone built century old farm buildings. They are situated on a working farm and have views over the fields towards Parkmill. They are grouped around a communal courtyard which is south-facing and equipped with patio furniture. The situation of these cottages is ideal for both country walks on Cefn Bryn and the beach at the famous Three Cliffs.
Stable Cottage – Sleeps 2
Lavender Cottage – Sleeps 2
Lilac Cottage – Sleeps 4
These single story cottages have exposed stone walls, beamed ceiling and an inset hearth with electric fire. The sitting rooms are furnished with settee, easy chair, occasional tables, dining table & chairs and colour TV. The kitchens are fully fitted with floor and base units, electric hob, built-in oven, fridge and microwave. The bedrooms are furnished with double bed, bedside tables, wardrobe and dressing table. (Lilac cottage has two bedrooms, one double and one twin). The bathroom/WC is equipped with three piece suite and shower over bath. Economy 7 night storage heating. Duvets on beds Linen hire available on request. Private parking. Use of laundry room and farm shop. Patio furniture is provided.
Sorry – no pets.
Stable and Lavender (sleeps 2) - £270 - £450
Lilac - (sleeps 4) - £305 - £500
Stable and Lavender (sleeps 2) - £195 - £260
Lilac - (sleeps 4) - £210 - £285
Walking in Gower
Gower is the first area in Britain to be designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The best way to take in Gower’s wildlife, history, geology and its outstanding natural beauty is to observe it by foot. Leave your car and take to the countryside. The Gower Way meanders for 35 miles, criss-crossing around Gower. For further information on the three sectors of the Gower Way (South, Mid and North), follow the links below. It is very exciting as plans are now well underway with the aim of making Gower the walking capital of Britain.
A Gower Festival of Walking is planned for September as the first stage of the scheme to raise awareness of the holiday peninsula’s potential as a ramblers paradise! For more information on the walking festival of Gower, you can contact the Rambles Association (West Glamorgan Branch). The festival is being co-ordinated by a team from the Mumbles Tourist Information Centre who can be contacted on (01792) 361302. Walks will be both inland and coastal and will vary both in duration and level of difficulty.
Caravan and Camping Accommodation
One of the major appeals of this small family park is the spectacular position with the panoramic views of Three Cliffs Bay, voted the “Number one view from a campsite in the world” by The Independent, 2006. Is is situated at the cliff top, which is a short 5 minute walk from the beach to enjoy the golden sands. There are also some 52 acres of cliff-land which is ideal for exercising dogs. We welcome families and couples, and enjoy a warm, friendly atmosphere with many visitors returning year after year.
Beyond Three Cliffs Bay, you have Tor Bay and Crawley Woods, also, Oxwich Bay whose sandy beach is always popular with young families. Here too there is water Ski-ing, sailing and wind-surfing, and for the nature enthusiast a 540 acre National Nature Reserve. For the golf enthusiast, there are six 18-hole golf courses within a 5 mile radius, with breath-taking views from most holes. There are Pony Trekking centres at Penmaen and Pitton Cross, Rhosilli. You can explore interesting castles and Medieval Churches. Gower is also renowned as an outstanding climbing area. Flying lessons can be booked as Swansea Fairwood Airport.
Gower offers many pubs and restaurants at which to eat – the nearest only half a mile from the park. It is only a short ten minute drive to the well known seaside village of Mumbles, with its smart restaurants, wine bars and boutiques. Designated as Britain’s first area of outstanding natural beauty, you will find this compact peninsular is an ideal location for the walking enthusiast, offering both coastal paths and inland paths. Inland you can walk up Cefn Bryn, the highest point of Gower, offering spectacular views.
Terms 2009 – per night
Caravan and Awning (Inc electric, upto 2A 2C)20.00
Tent with electric (upto 2A 2C)20.00
Family tent (upto 2A 2C)18.00
Two man tent15.00
One man tent10.00
Gazebos (One per unit, must be pre-booked)5.00
Open April 1st until October 31st 2009. All prices inclusive of VAT. VAT no: 124035218. Booking essential (01792) 371218.
Facilities are modern, clean and well maintained
NEW hard standing pitches planned for 2009!
Disabled facilties available
Family room with baby chnaging facilties
Kitchen area for dish-washing
Electric hook-ups for both caravans and tents
Wadern on site at all times
On site farm shop
Groceries, dairy products, frozen foods, cold drinks, Ice-creams, fresh bread and milk daily, home made cakes, toys & souveneirs
Open 7 days a week
Calor gas exchnages
Battery/mobile phone/laptop rechnarging
Glass and can recycling
Hot take away coffees and teas
Awards and site recognition
Finalist of ITV’s “Britain’s favourite view”, August 2007.
The Sunday Times – named as “The Perfect pitch” with stunning views, May 2007.
The Independant – Number one view from a campsite in the world, 2006.
Country Life Magazine – “Best view in Wales”, 2002.
Finalist in BBC competition to find “Most beautiful Bay in Britain”.
Voted “Best campsite in Wales”, by Cool Camping, 2007.
Up to date lists of availability are coming soon. For now, its best to double check availablity by telephoning us on (01792) 371218. Please note that you can email us also, but pitches can only be booked over the phone. Email is open for general enquires though.