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The Gower Golf Club

Cefn Goleu Three Crosses, Swansea SA4 3HS Wales
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#16 of 23 hotels in Swansea
Gower Golf Club occupies a commanding location high above the Loughor Estuary on the North side of Gower Peninsula. Our rooms are located in 2 traditional stone barns and while we have no formal reception area,you can be assured a warm welcome by all our staff. We welcome golfers holidaymakers walkers and cyclists and business travellers.We take pride in our undisturbed sleep,comfortable beds and generous showers. We are ideally located for access to M4, Swansea City Centre, Gower Peninsula, Round Wales Cycle Path and the local railway station is just 5 minutes away
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Annie P wrote a review Sep 2020
Bedford, United Kingdom63 contributions15 helpful votes
We were in The Gower for a short break and wanted somewhere nice and quiet. This fitted the bill perfectly. Adrian was there to welcome us, and our room was warm, clean and had everything we needed. The bed was really comfortable and the shower nice and powerful and hot. The setting was beautiful, with great views. We had a nightcap in the clubhouse before bed and the staff were very friendly. Breakfast the next day was delicious, with cooked and continental both on offer. There was a bit of a shortage of coffee due to the machine filling up very slowly, and no tea was on offer. The room was a little tired, and could do with some redecoration, but was clean, comfortable and warm, with lots of fluffy towels in the bathroom.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Sarah W wrote a review Sep 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom5 contributions2 helpful votes
Pleasantly surprised by the golf club which was a last minute booking. Despite the staffing difficulties early in the week we had excellent breakfast and dinner and Adrian was a genial host. The accomodation was comfortable ( the beds were especially so). Wonderful views from a picturesque setting.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Susan M wrote a review Sep 2020
Bath, United Kingdom6 contributions7 helpful votes
After reading the reviews we had an open mind about what to expect. We wanted to stay in the Gower and play golf so this place seemed ideal. We didnt book expecting 4 or 5 star accommodation, to be disappointed like the previous reviewers. This place provides a country location and a great golf course and comfortable place to rest your head. It has a lovely laid back atmosphere so dont expect someone at your beck and call. Yes there is often only 1 member of staff covering bar and restaurant and results in maybe having to wait for service but just chill and enjoy. Our room, one of 10 (not 2 as the previous reviewer said) was a large double with kingsize bed, clean and tidy and a lovely fresh smell on entering. Bed comfy with Tea and coffee facilities, replenished daily . Shower was hot, with good pressure and just needed a steady hand to get it to the right temperature. TV signal wasnt great I agree but we got all channels except for BBC1 but we werent there to watch. The outside light wasnt working so could do with a bulb as its quite dark if arriving late. Our room (2) had a lovely views so we were lucky. We even enjoyed a picnic on the grass watching the sunset, at the back of the property. The views surrounding the golf course were spectacular and the pro shop very helpful and you could get a buggy if you wanted. Its quite an up and down course, esp on the back 9 holes. In general the course had a nice variety of holes with well kept fairways and greens. The clubhouse was very friendly and buzzing with a pool table and plenty of tables, positioned apart due to covid 19. Views to the 18th from the small terrace. It looks like to roof terrace is being refurbished so, once done, it will be a lovely outside terrace with a sunset. We didnt eat in the restaurant as we wanted to venture into the neighbouring areas but what we saw looked tasty, despite a wait for food. Breakfast hot a standard full english and acceptable for the B&B price. Again, it has a laid back vibe due to only 1 member of staff serving. The staff we met were friendly and accommodating and worked hard. I agree it would be nice if there were 2 people serving between the bar and restaurant but during this Covid 19 period less people about is safer. We will be back to enjoy the relaxing, laid back golf break that we expected and being in a great location, we enjoyed the beaches that were all about 20 minutes way. Perfect for what we wanted.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Emma W wrote a review Sep 2020
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Our few days at the gower golfing was a Christmas gift for my father in law originally we were meant to go in April but obviously with covid we had to postpone, the gower made this easy to rearrange. The hotel was spotlessly clean, staff were friendly and helpful. Food was very good. Looking forward to coming back.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Naomi A wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
We arrived on a Friday evening, when we got there there was nobody around to check us in. We wandered around the club house bar and the hallway for a bit until we heard someone out the back. It was this ladies first day but she checked us in and showed us to the room. The room was fine, basic twin room and ensuit (which is in need of an update). The TV signal was poor so we couldn't watch it but that's not the end of the world. Once settled in, we then went back to the bar for a drink, again, no one around so we just sat and waited. Finally we ordered, she didn't know where the wine was kept so had to get the owner (not the most approachable or customer friendly man) tried to pay cash but no change in the till. Currently they are not serving lunch or dinner due to having no chef - all the staff were brand new - we suspect they don't stay long! We went to the local pub which was lovely and then back for a comfortable night's sleep. Saturday morning we tried to shower, this was a task as the water temp was either scalding or ice cold, or the pressure was so low it turned off. We then went for breakfast, again, no staff around so we hovered only for a lovely golfer to tell us where the breakfast room was. Breakfast was lovely. Fresh and hot full english and continental options. Saturday evening was busy in the clubhouse bar, 1 new member of staff working alone. He started taking our order then the owner dragged him off and we didn't see him again for 10 mins... He was serving people in the restaurant! A poor couple turned up after booking via booking.com and there wasnt a room for them, we don't know if this was resolved. Sunday morning, again breakfast was lovely, but a bit disorganised as again, another new member of staff working alone - she went to make us a drink and had to get the owners advice only for him to come back moaning. We then headed out to play golf with the fabulous views. For me, a beginner it was great, but for my partner who is a keen golfer, he was not impressed in the green keeping fairways. The 8th and 9th holes were boggy, drainage needs to be put in there. Overall our stay was OK. We new for the price, it wasn't going to be a magnificent hotel but the customer service / hospitality definitely could be improved. We probably wouldn't stay here again.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Gower Golf Club
Which popular attractions are close to The Gower Golf Club?
Nearby attractions include Dylan Thomas Birthplace (4.4 miles), Clyne Gardens (3.9 miles), and Brangwyn Hall (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Gower Golf Club?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Gower Golf Club?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Gower Golf Club?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Gower Golf Club?
Conveniently located restaurants include Shiraz Restaurant, Nomad Bar And Kitchen, and Slice.
Does The Gower Golf Club offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to The Gower Golf Club?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Dylan Thomas Birthplace (4.4 miles), Parc le Breos Burial Chamber (4.0 miles), and Moriah Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (Presbyterian) (1.8 miles).
Is The Gower Golf Club accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.