We have a number of tailored made packages which can be based in the cottages of Clyne Farm which overlook the "...splendid-curved..." sweep of Swansea Bay or in hotels and guesthouses throughout the area. Each group will have the personal attention of a local guide who knows all the nooks and crannies of Dylan Thomas Country - Swansea, Mumbles, Gower and West Wales

A Child's Christmas in Wales and Dinner with Dylan - two day special breaks

Dylan's Gardens and Dinner with Dylan - two days ding exploring including "...a world within a world.."

Who do you wish was with us? Based on the Dylan Thomas story of the same name this Gower trip takes you in the tyre tracks of the bus which took Dylan and his friends to Rhossili. The outward journey passes through Sketty (birthplace of Lord 'Tarzan' Heseltine) to Killay before heading towards Cefn Bryn with its spectacular views over England and Wales

From Reynoldston it is a short drive to Rhossili and the awe inspiring Worm's Head. Walk out to the headland but don't get caught out by the tide and spend the night there as a young Dylan once did. After a Welsh Cream Tea the return journey is along the South Gower road with its glimpses of Oxwich Bay and Three Cliffs before dropping into Caswell and Langland Bays on the way to Mumbles.

Depending on numbers the tour is in seven seater people carriers or luxury coaches with full courier service.

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'Reflections of the Sea' - Dylan's Gower Boat Trip Our 43 foot luxury sailing cruiser is read to take you on a trip of a lifetime down the Gower coast towards Worm's Head. On the way you will pass Mumbles ('..a rather pleasant village despite it's name..'), Caswell Bay where a young Dylan courted Pamela Hansford Johnson, Oxwich and Port Eynon before anchoring off Worm's Head.

On the return journey there may be a chance to sail the boat or cast a fishing line for mackerel to take home for tea. 

Oxwich Bay Tops Euro Poll     Oxwich Bay was voted one of Europe's top 20 beaches in a poll of Sunday Times writers published on 25 May 2003. Jennifer Cox referred to the bay as a tranquil nature reserve apart from six busy weeks in summer. She continued "...this is an adult's beach - by which I mean it has emotion. It's bleak enough to contemplate the end of an unhappy love affair; intimate enough to consummate the start of another." What should be added it that it is one of the few beaches on Gower that you can walk a dog all the year round and is a base for some of our water sport days out.

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