- "We had a good overnight stay. Although we live less than an hour's drive away, we were meeting up with friends for a meal and drinks so it seemed a good idea to stay over. Our room was modern, clean and comfortable, we slept well. The food at night was good, everyone enjoyed their choices and in the morning we had a very decent breakfast. The owners and staff were all friendly and overall we had a great overnight stay."
- "We really enjoyed our break from routine here. Richard was a good host, helped us to the room and was really friendly and accommodating. The room was lovely, breakfast was delicious. The location was good, right opposite the sea and in walking distance to town. Everything you expect and hope for in a B&B."
- "Great location away from the city centre with plenty to do within a short walk away. The service was superb throughout my extended stay. The room I had was spacious and dark enough at night to get a good nights sleep. There's a cracking handy pub and also gym facilities to work off those extra pints."
- "My sister and I stayed here for the weekend as were visiting some relatives nearby. It’s a central location being just 10 minutes from the station and near the shopping centre. We both slept very well and the staff were such a nice bunch, we would definitely stay again. The continental breakfast was very enjoyable with a good selection."
- "The hotel is well located opposite the station and despite renovations taking place these did not affect my short stay. The staff were excellent, friendly and efficient. My room was comfortable and clean, breakfast was good. Excellent value for money, I look forward to revisiting when all the work is finished. "
- "A warm welcome on a warm day in July. The room we had was of a good size and had a really good shower and large comfortable bed. We only had the breakfast, of which there was plenty. The staff both on the reception and on the bar were friendly and welcoming. Unfortunately we were only passing through, but will book again on our way back through."
- "The hotel is nicely located in nice grounds and we enjoyed our short break, very relaxing. All the staff were friendly and helpful and we couldn't fault our room, more a suite, well equipped and comfortable. We had dinner and breakfast, both delicious and took advantage of the spa facilities. We both agreed it was a good value for money stay and is a place we will return to on another of our mini breaks. "
- "We stayed in Swansea for a hen weekend (strictly well behaved mature girls) and chose Morgans hotel because of what looked like a quality hotel. We were not wrong, it was bliss here, rooms lovely with hairdryers in the rooms and the breakfasts delicious too. Cant really fault the hotel for the money we paid and will all return in the future with our families."
- "In a good location, close to the Mumbles and for the Gower peninsula. Views from the dining room were excellent looking out over the golf course to the sea. The room I had was spacious, clean and comfortable and the breakfast was excellent in the morning. I spent an hour or so in the bar in the evening and drinks were reasonably priced. All the staff were good."
The second city of Wales is within easy distance of several towns, including Glandwr, Neath, Port Talbot and Llanelli. Swansea has plenty to offer visitors and is home to leading sports clubs.
Swansea has heavily promoted Swansea Bay as an attraction for tourists. The Swansea Marina, on the mouth of the River Tawe has Blue Flag status and has led to the city being hailed as Wales' Waterfront City. Close by is The Mumbles, a delightful sea side village from where visitors can embark on a tour of the Gower Peninsula with almost 20 miles of natural beauty, including delightful beaches. The city is also close to Afan and the Vale of Neath, a haven for ramblers and mountain bikers.
The town is also home to Swansea City FC, one of the leading clubs in English professional football. The Swans Liberty Stadium is occasionally home to the Welsh National side. Wales is famed for its rugby union and The Ospreys, one of the top sides in Wales and Europe, play at the Liberty Stadium. The City's St Helens Ground, formerly the base for Glamorgan County Cricket Clubs, now hosts Welsh Minor Counties games.
Like many British cities, Swansea has switched from an industrial base to a service centred one. Drivers in particular will know it as the home of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority. The city's Enterprise centre, on its outskirts, also provides valuable employment. Formerly Swansea had built its economy on the metal industries but these have steadily declined over the past 70-years. Other attractions are the Swansea Meueum and Swansea Castle which are mostly free to enter and within easy reach by car & public transport.
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