• The Observatory cafe and bar, Swansea Bay

    The Observatory cafe and bar, Swansea Bay

    Right on Swansea Bay front, The Observatory cafe and bar is undoubtedly the most dog-friendly place to get a really good brunch or an boozy drink looking over the sea, with indoor and outdoor seating over the sand. I’d say it’s probably the most ‘aesthetic’ venue in Swansea, with great-looking food and interiors, as well…

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  • On the Rocks restaurant, Mumbles Pier

    On the Rocks restaurant, Mumbles Pier

    I officially have a new favourite place to eat in Swansea – a newish restaurant called On the Rocks, in the old lifeboat building on the Pier in Mumbles. It’s a steak restaurant, which serves you your meat ‘blue’, which you then finish off on a hot plate at your table – and genuinely –…

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  • Llanelli Wetland Centre – WWT

    Llanelli Wetland Centre – WWT

    The WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre is a hidden gem in South Wales. I didn’t know it existed until a couple of years back, and when I talk to parents at the school gates etc about it – they’ve either never heard of it, or have ‘meant to go, but hadn’t got around to it’. And…

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  • Rag and Bone Cafe, Swansea

    Rag and Bone Cafe, Swansea

    When it comes to good food and coffee in West Cross, there’s slim pickings – so thank God for Rag and Bone cafe which is located at the ‘top shops’ in West Cross Swansea (136 W Cross Ln, West Cross, Swansea SA3 5NG) – which is one of my favourite places to eat in the…

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  • Gin and Juice, Mumbles

    Gin and Juice, Mumbles

    When friends from outside of Swansea come to visit, Gin and Juice in the Mumbles is where I take them. Firstly, the restaurant is beautiful – It’s a real show stopper with a log burner, plants (a LOT of plants) and an indoor/outdoor conservatory – which means you can look out at stunning Swansea Bay…

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