Mewslade View

Middleton, Rhossili, Swansea, Swansea, SA3 1PJ

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

The photographs show our CL site and its proximity to the sea, cliffs and beach that is 700m away by footpath. A short walk through our adjacent field, over the stile takes you onto the Welsh Coastal Footpath. Our CL is possibly the closest to the sea on Gower and has magnificent uninterrupted views over the Bristol Channel to North Devon. Lundy and Cornwall. The CL is surrounded by mature hedges and we live close by at the top of the field. The National Trust owns the bulk of the cliff, beaches and headland as well as common land on Rhossili Down and all are freely accessible to walkers. Rhossili village is 10 to 15 minute walk where there is The Worms Head Hotel, NT Centre and Car Park (free to NT Members), cafe', craft shop and St Mary's Church. The nearest shops are one mile and two miles the  other way.

Many of our visitors have been coming for  years and we have a lot of repeat bookings. They value the tranquillity of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, views, bird life, beaches, unspoilt landscapes and the ability to walk miles on the network of footpaths. A service bus passes the entrance to Swansea and other parts of Gower. The site is on a slight slope but 3 pitches are level and the other 2 nearly so.

Electricity and water are close to hand. In case of any traction difficulty in wetter weather we have a Land Rover on hand to assist if required. Entrance off the main road is adequate for the smaller and medium sized vans, larger vans up to 7.5 metre can manage with care. Swing out onto the opposite side as you turn in coming from Swansea direction with bigger units. Sorry but twin axle caravans and the very large motor homes will not manage the entrance. This site has operated since the 1960's and we have owned it since 1978. We are camper van owners who have travelled extensively in the UK and Western Europe and appreciate Members requirements. We are on hand, helpful and practical people who can deal with most problems that may occur. Note that breathable ground sheets only must be used in awnings. One or two dogs acceptable if kept on leads and under control but any more are at our discretion. Advise in advance.

Site and pitch features.

A 2 acre field with pitches well spaced down one side. The other half is a wild hay meadow.

Well away from any artificial lighting and in a UK designated Dark Skies Area.

Facilities on site ...

  • TV reception: variable

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

2 acres

Some sloping pitches

Levelling blocks required

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
SA3 1PJ
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GPS:
Lat 51.566973 / Lon -4.276866
OS field ref:
SS423877
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Swansea
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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wonderful

What a lovely location once you are in the entrance was interesting but we made it and loved the view and general friendliness of the whole site .Lots of lovely walks for people with plenty of energy.We had a great time the first time visiting wales when it hasnt rained .

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Excellent start

This is the first time that we have used our membership and can't be more pleased. The site is everything that it says on the tin, tranquil, peaceful with stunning scenery on it's doorstep. We took the coastal path to Rhosilli and the views are simply gorgeous. The site has easy access to the costal path and we found the walk easy going. The walk to Port Eynon starts with a steep decent and a steep climb.. But it's worth the effort. The welcome was warm, our pitch was level and we found the entrance easy to navigate (in a lwb campervan). We know the area very well and would recommend the King Arthur for lunch or evening meal. Be careful if attempting the walk to the end of worms head... The tide can come in quickly. There is normally a sign with times at the coast guard hut near the point. Parking at Rhosilli is free if you are a national trust member.
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Idyllic location

Stayed here June 2019. Highly recommended. Spectacular walks along cliff tops from the campsite. Large pitches. Owners very friendly and helpful. On the Saturday night we heard some bizzare tuneless community singing nearby. The next day we found out there had been a "silent disco" party in the local community hall.
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Fabulous site with charming hosts

My husband and I have used this site a number of times and will continue to do so as long as the owners are prepared to share it! CL's are run by busy people and I think sometimes club members forget that they do it more for love than any financial gain by the time they've gone through the aggravation it also brings. It is tricky but not impossible to access; we use a Landrover Disco and have a 4 berth Clubman so by no means a small set up. I'm hoping one day it gets stuck in the field so we can stay :) Long may Beryl and Gordan share their beautiful site.

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An escape with a view!

We stayed here for two weeks from 12-26 July 2019. We had no problem getting into site with our Vigo. We went past the site about a .5 mile and turned around in a bus turning area and came in from the other way. As we entered the site the view was stunning. Looking over a wild flower meadow and fields down towards the sea. Beryl came out to greet us and gave us an information sheet and although on a slope, we managed to level with no ramps. We loved the PYO strawberries and raspberries a few miles down the road. We didn’t stray far from the site as we could walk straight out onto the coastal path and down to the little bay at Mewslade. We walked to Rhossili over the coast path for gorgeous and very generous size ice creams. Climbed down to Fall Bay on the way and played in the waves. Worms head is a must although it was quite arduous to get right to the end. Rhossili Down is good walking too, if it’s hot you get the breeze as you’re up so high. Doctors and Chemist quite near and a Premier shop selling most things. We don’t eat out much but there were places about. Fish and chips were brilliant from Port Eynon. We have never had such a relaxing holiday and will return.

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