Novelty, Exclusive Holiday Accommodation In Uplands, Swansea
Enjoy exclusive use of a beautifully restored Grade 2 Edwardian house, the birthplace and home of the poet Dylan Thomas for 23 years where 2/3rds of his published work was written.
This unique home is winner of the Hudson’s Heritage Special Judges Award 2017 for Best Place to Stay. Immerse yourself in a bygone age with Edwardian décor including a phonogram, books, newspapers of the day and games. The Uplands suburb of Swansea has great links to the rest of the city and the Gower Peninsula
Enjoy exclusive use of this peaceful, beautifully restored Edwardian house, the birthplace of the poet Dylan Thomas. It can sleep 1 to 7 people across the 4 bedrooms. Swansea centre is 1 miles away and the start of the Gower Beaches 5 miles away.
Apart from Dylan’s bedroom, which has been described as the first World Literary Heritage Site in Wales, there are 2 double bedrooms and a twin bedded room. On the ground floor are 3 reception rooms and a kitchen. There is a garden to the rear of the house.
The unique restoration has been recognised by numerous awards including the Special Judges Award for Best Place to Stay in the Hudson'e Heritage Awards 2017
There is on street parking outside the property. There are three steps leading to the front door. Please ask about suitability for visitors with disabilities.
Cwmdonkin Park is a short walk away. A guided house tour is undertaken on arrival and experienced guides are available for tours of 'Dylan Thomas Country.' in Swansea, Gower and further afield to West Wales
Our guests have use of all the house including the back garden.
As befits an Edwardian house there is no television or radio but plenty of books and games. Ask nicely and we'll give you the password for the wifi!
We will leave a welcome pack of local tea, coffee and welsh cakes for your arrival.