The parish includes the hamlets of Middleton, Pitton, Pitton Cross, Pilton Moor and Pilton Green as well as the village of Rhossili itself.
Rhossili is located at the most Western part of the Gower Peninsula. The most photographed part of Gower, The Worms Head, stretches out to sea and becomes an island when the tide comes in. The breathtaking view is completed by the long sandy beach and the towering cliffs and this makes it a popular destination throughout the year with surfers, paragliders and ramblers. However, Rhossili still manages to maintain its tranquility and unspoilt beauty. Did you know that Rhossili Bay was voted as the best picnic spot and the best beach in the UK in June 2010?
The village and surrounding area are steeped in history. The prominent wreck of the Helvetia, which ran aground on Rhossili Bay in November 1887 bears witness to the challenging weather conditions and the tales of our ancestors, who lured boats ashore to plunder their hold.
The arch over the doorway of the church dates from the twelfth century and is believed to have been moved from the lost village (built in around 1100 and buried possibly by sand storms some time in the early part of the fourteenth century).
Add to that a handful of Iron Age promontory forts and nobody can dispute that Rhossili is not only beautiful but full of history too! (Oh… and it can be very windy, so come prepared!)
The parish of Rhossili stretches from the village itself towards Scurlage and encompasses the hamlets of Middleton, Pitton and Pitton Cross. There are plenty of establishments that offer various types of accommodation and many coves and beaches to visit and spend an afternoon.
Walkers are most definitely in their element with some of the most fantastic views on offer and try not to miss one of our sunsets!
Catering for touring caravans, tents and motor homes. All pitches are on level ground, which are well spaced around the field edges. We have a ‘no dog’ camping field and several hard standings for motor homes.
Four seasonal touring caravan pitches. Well screened for privacy. Shower and toilet facilities within our farm yard adjacent to the camping field.
Broad Park is a large detached house located in the village of Rhossili. It has fantastic views of the Worm’s Head and the Bristol Channel. It is five minutes’ walk from the village and Rhossili Beach. Numerous walks can be started and completed from the house.
On a budget? Then choose ‘bed only’. This is a unique opportunity to overnight in a pretty and cosy, traditional shepherd’s hut that sleeps 2 people. No bedding or breakfast is provided. Horse B&B also available.
Stylish and spacious accommodation for two – minutes from the beach comprising open plan kitchen and living area, library sitting area and first floor double/twin bedroom with sweeping sea views.
Comfortable, cosy cottage sleeping 2 people in one double room. South facing garden and views over the cliff headland. No smoking or pets. Short breaks out of season. Close to Mewslade
This is a unique opportunity to spend a few nights in a pretty and cosy, traditional shepherd’s hut that sleeps 2 people. Set in a quiet corner of a field, with uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside. Basic electricity. Horse B&B also available.
Set on a working farm, this lovely barn conversion sleeps up to 4 people (1 double, 1 room with twin beds). No smoking, pets by arrangement. Log burning stove and Sky TV. Close to Mewslade and Fall Bay.
This newly refurbished and extended stone barn in the heart of Rhossili village sleeps 4; 2 doubles. Sea views. No smoking or pets.
WTB 4*. This recently renovated ground floor accommodation has a large family bedroom. Ideal for a couple or family. Large Lounge/Dining room, well-equipped kitchen & bathroom. Enclosed patio. Wi-Fi. Near beaches/countryside walks and Wales Coastal Path. Short breaks.
Butterslade and Ramsgrove are two converted barns cosy and full of character on a working farm. Enjoy rural views peacefully situated within easy reach of the surrounding popular beaches and only a short walk to the coastal path which is opposite Kimley Moor Farm.
Traditional Gower cottage in the centre of Rhossili. Recently completely renovated. 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6. Wood-burning stove in sitting room, Wi-Fi, off-street parking, luxury bathroom with beach views and downstairs shower room. Secluded private garden.
WTB 5* Breathtaking sea views. Recently renovated, fully equipped, spacious property with large garden. Sleeps 6: 2 doubles (1 en-suite) and 1 twin. Full c/h. Bed linen and towels provided. Short walk to all three of Rhossili’s bays. Sorry, no smoking or pets.
With stunning views over to Devon and Lundy Island this cosy & traditional well equipped cottage sleeps 6 (2 double bedrooms & 1 room with bunk beds plus space for a cot). Situated in a quiet, peaceful location with large private gardens.
Lovely barn conversion sleeping up to 6 people (2 doubles (1 en suite) and 1 twin). No smoking, pets by arrangement. Log burning stove. Close to Mewslade and Fall Bay.
Spacious property set on a working farm. Sleeps 7, (3 bedrooms; 1 double & single bed, 1 double & 1 twin). Log burning stove. Sky TV. No smoking. Pets welcome. Close to Mewslade and Fall Bay.
A brand new contemporary detached house, sleeps 8 + cot situated in the heart of Rhossili with breathtaking views and sunsets over the sea.
WTB 4* Traditional Gower Farm House with sea view. Sleeps 8: 2 double & 2 twin bedrooms (1 en-suite). Bathroom , shower room & WC. Lounge & large dining room. Well equipped kitchen. Wi-Fi. Enclosed garden. Near beaches/countryside and Wales Coastal path. Short breaks.
Set on a working farm, this lovely barn conversion sleeps up to 8 people (2 doubles, 1 twin, 1 room with bunk beds). No smoking, pets by arrangement. Log burning stove. Close to Mewslade and Fall Bay.
Spectacular sea views from this recently renovated 4 bedroom house. Sleeps 10 + a cot. Short walk to Rhossili’s award winning beach. Large garden. Internet access. No smoking. Pets by arrangement
A 5 bedroom home. Walks to Fall Bay, Mewslade, Rhossili Bay and Worms Head from your gate. A perfect home for any family gathering for all seasons.
This wonderful, 5-bedroom, former rectory is in a stunning location in the village, with breathtaking views over the three-mile expanse of Rhossili beach. The detached property, has a spacious, beach atmosphere, with extensive lawns and excellent facilities.
Farmhouse + adjoining Bus House. Sleeps 12 (1 family, 2 double, 2 twin bedrooms). 2 lounges, large dining room. 2 kitchens. 2 bathrooms, shower room & cloakroom. Central heating. Wi-Fi. Enclosed garden. Parking. Accessible to beaches & Wales Coastal path. Short breaks.
Well maintained, spacious farmhouse, with large sheltered, private garden. Beautiful Mewslade bay and country – coastal walks from the doorstep. 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 large living rooms, log burner, open fire. Large kitchen. Single person occupancy available.
Bunkhouse accommodation, built in 2007, comprising 7 bunkrooms for up to 18 guests, shared lounge & fully equipped kitchen, patio overlooking fields & the sea. From £16 per person per night. Min. booking is 2 people for 2 nights
The most photographed part of Gower, Worms Head, stretches out to sea and becomes an island when the tide comes in.
Walking is one of the great pastimes for visitors to Gower. Discover a bit more about routes, groups and maps. Swansea and Gower is part of the Wales Coast Path.
Paviland Cave – whose real name is “Goat’s Hole” is one of the most famous archaeological sites in Britain. It is best known for the “Red Lady of Paviland” (a headless skeleton of a man, mistakenly identified as a woman, stained red with ochre) who lived 18000 years ago.
Panoramic views over the bay. Serving food from 10am till 9pm. Breakfast, lunch, snacks & evening meals, all home made. Group bookings. We also do catering for holiday houses. Wide range of beautiful gifts on sale.
Rhossili Gallery offers visitors to Gower a range of original paintings, limited edition prints, ceramics, glassware, sculptures and jewellery, much of which is produced on Gower. Specialists in wedding rings. Open all year round.
Butterslade is a small, rocky inlet to the East of Thurba Head.
Ramsgrove is a very rocky little cove. Approached through a steep high sided, limestone valley.
Fall bay is one of the hardest to reach bays on Gower, however the walk is well worth it and the beach is never crowded due to its remoteness.
The church was built by Anglo-Norman settlers around the year 1200, and has a saddleback tower. The doorway surround is a fine example of late Norman work, rare in Wales and unique in Gower.
Rhossili Bay was voted the best beach in the UK in June 2010. Since then it has received accolade upon accolade, including best beach in Europe and within the top 10 best beaches in the world. Why not come and judge for yourself?
Pitton Methodist Chapel is situated half way between the Pitton crossroads and the village of Middleton, on the B4247, only a minutes’ drive from Rhossili. A warm welcome awaits.
Mewslade bay is one of the prettiest bays on Gower. The short walk to the beach, leads down a wooded path and then through the valley which is owned by the National Trust.
For phone numbers of the amenities in Gower, please see the Gower Directory. Please view the area map below to get your bearings and familiarise yourself with the roads. The table shows the approximate travelling times by car, from Rhossili, to the various villages.
Map of the Gower Peninsula
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