Visit Rhossili once and you’ll return again and again. Perched on the most westerly reaches of the Gower Peninsula, the promise of a Rhossili holiday cottage with epic sea views and superb sandy beach nearby is real. Beyond the village of Rhossili, the parish continues to sweep along this glorious coastline revealing famous caves and hidden coves.
Rhossili has a somewhat magnetic quality. Popular with families for beach holidays and ramblers for walking holidays, the place is captivating. Walking the parish you’ll discover the remote Fall Bay - it’s pretty hard to reach even on foot. Ramsgrove is rocky, a glacier-like cove at the pit of a steep limestone valley. At Paviland Cave, or Goat’s Hole, tick off one of Britain’s most famous archaeological sites.
Rhossili Bay and its sweeping sandy beach is almost overlooked for Worm’s Head, which stretches serpent-like out into the ocean. This was the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Beauty. Walkable at low tide, make it back in time for tea at one of our gorgeous Rhossili holiday cottages.