At ripnrock we have excellent working relationships with our partners and strive to find you the perfect accommodation. However we cannot always guarantee accommodation availability during peak times but we will do our very best to help you find alternative accommodation if needs be. below you will find a wide selection of accommodation and links to all of their websites.
The Kings Head Hotel is a 14th Century 4* Inn based hotel, all of the rooms in the hotel are of a very high standard, with en-suite facilities. Located in the heart of a small yet very popular village called Llangennith on the Gower Peninsula, South Wales.
Ideally located in the heart of the city and right next to the train station. Minutes from th Stadium and the stunning Gower coastline.
Stradey Park Hotel is tucked into a hill-side in a small town outside of Swansea called Llanelli, just a few miles away from the Gower. Their stylish rooms will allow you to be in a home from home.
Quirky, funky, unusual, secluded, intimate, luxurious, tasty, great value and every so friendly.
Awe-inspiring views. Exquisite dining. Fantastic staff offering a first class service.
Touched by legend on exquisite Gower. The King Arthur is a delightful Wedding Venue, Hotel, and Traditional Country Inn.
Parc-Le-Breos House is a large 19th century hunting lodge steeped in history and set in 70 peaceful acres of land that once were the deer park of William de Breos.
Pitton Cross caravan and camping is a family ran touring park. Open all year, this campsite on the Gower Peninsula is approx 16 miles away from Swansea. The campsite is the only camping park near Rhossili and Worms Head.
One of Gower’s finest holiday parks and campsites. A family-run and family-oriented holiday park designed for the comfort andand convenience of families.Whether you fancy owning your own little bit of paradise orsimply wish to camp under the starts in a tent, at Greenways you can get away from it all!
This family run award winning campsite has some of the most scenic views on Gower. Over looking Three Cliff Bay.
Set in the heart of the beautiful Gower Peninsula, South Wales, Kennexstone Camping & Touring Park is the number one farm campsite for the more discerning visitor. Ideally situated amongst a working organic farm environment, the touring park benefits from the owner’s real love and drive for returning a varied wildlife back into the countryside.
Seren Retreats take you that step closer to mother nature. Their Mongolian yurts sleep 6 people per Yurt with wood burning stoves, a kitchenette with all your kitchen needs, shower block, toilets and pure spring water on tap.
Cool camping, glamping, whatever you want to call it, the idea behind Pitch my Tent is simple. Luxury camping in one of the most stunning locations in Wales, without any of the hassle.
For couples or individuals wanting to relax and enjoy the unspoilt countryside at any time of year, this genuine shepherds hut is situated in the bottom field of Clungwyn Farm. Secluded peacefully in its own paddock with beautiful views over the Brecon Beacons, this romantic accommodation and its woodburning stove, provides plenty of warmth even on the chilliest evenings. Oh, we almost forgot, its right on the doorstep of our canyoning, gorge walking and one of our climbing venues too – no excuses now are there!!
Rhossili Bunkhouse is situated at the end of the Gower peninsular there are there beautiful beaches within an easy walking distance.
The bunkhouse is a recently converted stone barn, providing comfortable self catering accommodation. It sleeps up to fourteen people, and has a fully equpped kitchen and living room.
The Chapel House is sanctuary for adventurers. Nestled between the Castle and the Lighthouse, in the heart of the Mumbles. Sleeps up to 21.
The barn can accommodate 13 persons in 4 bedrooms, one of which has disabled access. An extra 2 can be accommodated for sole occupancy (if required) on put up beds in the room. There are three shower, toilet rooms all on the lower floor again one is fully equipped for disabled use. There is a fully fitted kitchen with dual fuel range and a large comfortable lounge with state of the art log burner.
Not strictly a bunkhouse but included here because it accomodates so many people. Ship Cottage is over 350 years old and is the ultimate Gower coastal hideaway in escluded Pwlldu Bay. A pretty white washed stone cottage with rustic and vintage styling, thanks to an interconnecting door that joins the main house to its annexe, this beach front classic can sleep 14.
Once a lifeboat station, YHA Port Eynon is in a beautiful position on the Gower Peninsula with an award-winning beach on the doorstep. It offers comfortable accommodation with breath-taking views across the bay.
There couldn’t be more perfectly suited or situated group accomodation for our team building, canyoning, gorge walking and climbing adventures – 0 minutes from the canyoning and 5 minutes from gorge walking and climbing. Team building on-site!
19 people fit in the bunkhouse but there’s also added camping available for larger groups. The bunkhouse is fully equipped with gas heating, drying room, TV, DVD, CD player in the rest area. There’s an outside area with a large BBQ, fire pit and eating area. 4 acres of field ensures plenty of room for the extra campers, games, group work or whatever you feel will add fun to your stay!
With over 250 self-catering holiday homes all hand-picked giving those holidaying in south Wales a comfortable, private base that really is a home from home. From the charm of a cosy rustic cottage to a spacious contemporary apartment or an impressive family house, their friendly bespoke service is on hand to find a holiday home that is right for you.
Visit Gower Cottages for a lovely selection of 5 privately owned cottages situated in Parkmill in the heart of the Gower. The cottages are relevantly named after beautiful beaches across the Gower Peninsular. The cottages are very well equipped with beautiful bathrooms, cottages are all close the local amenities.
Whether you’re a large group or a couple looking for a romantic break, Our cottages offer everything to make your stay comfortable and memorable one .
This beautiful self catering cottage is located on a working farm near Rhossili with beautiful views. The cottage has everything thing you would possibly need to make your stay on Gower perfect.
The barn is in a secluded area of South Gower and is surrounded by farmland, footpaths and twisting lanes. Only a stone’s throw from the beach and located between the villages of Oxwich, Penrice, Horton and Port Eynon, it is an ideal base from which to explore the Gower Peninsula’s many attractions.
One for the mountain bikers or groups who want to stay in ‘Little Switzerland’ as this area is affectionately but accurately known. Located in steep sided, wooded valleys that give a truly alpine feel, both properties can comfortably accomodate up to 8-10 people in a mixture of double and bunk rooms. Although they are approximately 45 minutes from our Gower coasteering venues, they’re only 20 minutes away from our canyoning, gorge walking and one of our climbing venues. If you’re planning to experience some of Europes finest mountain bike trails and want to add one of our epic adventures too then its a brilliant place to stay!
Two perfectly situated self catering properties, ideally located within walking distance of our Gorge Walking and Rock Climbing venues and a 5min car journey to our extremely popular Canyoning venue. There’s also 2 great pubs nearby too….winner!
Blas Gwyr is a luxury boutique bed and breakfast located in the heart of the Gower seaside village of Llangennith.
Award winning Afan Lodge in the heart of the Afan Forest Park could more accurately be described as a ‘Swiss Lodge’ and a base camp for high adrenalin sports with its mountain top location overlooking the expanses of the Afan Valley and its famous South Wales Mountain Biking trails and welsh mountain walks.
This B&B accommodation is situated in the extension to the 17th Century Welsh Long House offering complete privacyfrom the family home. Clungwyn is situated in 4 acres of private grounds with ample parking. It consists of double/twin rooms. There’s a large private lounge/dining room with large comfortable settees, TV and DVD player. Outside you have your own bonfire and BBQ area. The gardens are ideal for children who can have the freedom to run about and play. The fields are fenced off allowing for dogs and horses.
FEELING PECKISH?? Here’s a few of our favourites;
For Rhossili, checkout The Lookout for freshly made sarnies, pizzas and cakes. If its good pub grub with killer sea views you’re after, then The Worms Head Hotel is a must! And for something a bit special, check out The Bay Bistro. If you’re re just after a quick cuppa, the National Trust have a takeway trailer in the carpark. Grab some snacks or for stocking up for camping or bunkhouses, then Pitton Cross campsite has a well stocked shop. For packed lunches, catering services including bbqs get in touch with Simon and Steve at The Gower Hog Roast Company .
Award winning Gower Pubs
The Britannia is on the North Coast in the village of Llanmadoc and offers stunning views from its garden.
The King Arthur is in the centre of Gower in the village of Reynoldston, and the Kings Head Inn is at Gowers’ surfing hotspot – Llangennith.
Heading along the South coast, there’s The Ship Inn Pub and fish and chips shops to be found at Port Eynon. Making your way East back towards the City, you can drop down into Oxwich to fine dine at The Beach House Restaraunt, or enjoy food and drinks at The Oxwich Bay Hotel.
Stop at The Little Valley Bakery in Parkmill, at the Gower Heritage Centre for delicious organic savouries and treats. Three Cliffs Bay Cafe and Cliff restaurant at Southgate serve locally sourced, delicious meals and cakes. Nearing Mumbles, at the popular beaches of Caswel, Langland and Rotherslade you can grab a bite at The Surfside cafes. Castellemare is a great Italian cafe and restarant and is just around the corner at Braclet Bay.
The bustling seaside village of Mumbles has a great selection of local cafes and restaurants that are definitely worth a visit. It’s hard to miss the big chain restaraunts along the seafront but if you take a stroll around and head back towards the pier or up past the castle, you’ll come across some superb little eateries. Boos’ plant based cafe is one of my favourites, along with Chai and Mediterranean.
Swansea City Centre;
It’s hard to miss the one and only skyscraper on the seafront which boasts a restaraunt and bar right at the top, this is a must as you’ll see the whole of Swansea and beyond from a new perspective at The Grape and Olive. The City Centre and Wind St in particular is teaming with all the favourite chains, the choice is yours! I’m a big fan of Turtle Bay for consistently great food. It’s such a small City, so it won’t take you long to find you way around. Take a walk around the Marina and cross over the foot bridge to the newly developed SA1 area for even more choice.
Staying near the waterfalls?
The Angel Inn and The White Horse Inn in Pontneddfechan and The Ystrad Inn in Ystradfellte for great pub grub.
Head into Glynneath for supermarkets to stock up , bakeries and cafes.