Group Accommodation Wales

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If your looking for group accommodation in Wales, for a large extended family or group, Rhossili Bunkhouse in Gower offers the perfect solution in one of Wales' most beautiful locations. 

Comprising of seven bunk rooms on the first floor, the bunkhouse can accommodation up to 18 people across a variety of room sizes, from two, three and four people. There are two shower rooms/toilets – one for females and one for males – each with three sinks and two showers.

Holiday Accommodation for Extended Households and Groups

Due to changes to restrictions that arose from the covid 19 pandemic we can now offer the Bunkhouse to groups, of up to 18 people, who are looking for a unique holiday experience in an exceptional part of Wales, the Gower Peninsula.

The Bunkhouse is available exclusively for your group, as no other guests would be sharing it with you.

We're Good to Go; Finally you can be assured that Rhossili Bunkhouse provides excellent, clean, well maintained accommodation. In light of Covid-19, we sanitise our premises before each visit to provide optimum safety for our guests and adhere to the standards and protocols required by the ‘We’re Good to Go’ scheme.

WiFi is available at the Bunkhouse. Ask for the passcode on arrival!

Read more about the Bunkhouse accommodation here.

Family Holidays in Gower

Situated in the very first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Rhossili Bunkhouse offers great facilities and excellent value for a family holiday, whether you want to be active, or relax and take it easy. Located within easy walking distance of three glorious beaches, towering cliffs and Rhossili Downs with its majestic views over Rhossili Bay, there is lots to see and do without going far – perfect for a car-free break!

Located in Middleton, Rhossili, the Bunkhouse is within a 20 minute walk of Mewslade, Fall, and Rhossili Bays. Each of these spectacular beaches provides a different experience for you to enjoy – whether it’s exploring rock pools and caves, shipwrecks, sandy beaches or soaring cliffs. The cliff walks are outstanding and our famous landmark, the breath-taking Worm’s Head is accessible at low tide. Further afield the rest of Gower offers many more beautiful beaches and cliff walks. In fact, the Gower sections of the long distance Wales Coast path are well signed and worth exploring. So too is the Gower Way, which starts in Rhossili and takes you through the centre of Gower.

There are plenty of options for eating out in Rhossili, including a pub, a bistro and two cafes - all within 15 minutes’ walk of the Bunkhouse. Although there are no grocery shops in Rhossili itself, there are two good local stores nearby, on your route to Rhossili, where you can buy the full range of goods for your stay. These are in Knelston and Scurlage. 

Learn more about Gower and this area of coastline in our Explore Gower blog.

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