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Set in the heart of the world-famous tourism destination of Mumbles, the eighteen bed-roomed Norton House Hotel and Restaurant is a perfect blend of up-market urban chic and gracious Georgian elegance. The beautifully preserved country house is in private grounds framed by mature trees, manicured lawns and flower beds and is just minutes away from the smart shops and boutiques of the picturesque seaside village of Mumbles. The Georgian credentials of this graceful period building offer the gift of perfectly proportioned rooms, lofty ceilings and a feeling of airy spaciousness, quite the ideal ambiance for fine dining and for lively celebrations of all kinds: weddings, parties, and functions.
All reviews seafood bistro wedding breakfast function room wedding party bridal suite wedding reception new owners evening buffet sunday lunch garden room full welsh breakfast the main house lovely setting couldn't do enough plenty of choice excellent quality first class
Went for pre Christmas lunch, The restaurant was set out very nicely , like a wedding party, We had a friendly greeting and was shown to our table. We ordered our drinks and a few of us wanted Soda and Lime to be told they...More
Visited Norton House Hotel yesterday for a lunch with a group of friends. Initially impressed as the work they have been doing on the hotel is certainly lifting it's overall feel & not looking so 'tired'. We were greeted very nicely on arrival & had...More
Very disappointed,8 of us for lunch ,meal was cold ,meat was served,but waited an age for the vegetables and even longer for gravy.We were very disappointed as we had all been looking forward to what had looked a lovely menu.
Friendly bar staff, good breakfast with plenty of choice. We didn’t eat here in the evening so cannot comment but menu again looked good. Room was comfortable, clean and tidy although if we went back I would probably request a first floor room not one...More
7 for a meal, one vegan. Vegan menu looked good and there was a rare choice. However, 2 small samosas, cut up spaghetti with a few cherry toms, sprouting broccoli tossed in olive oil and a sorbet did not, in any way shape or form...More
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If you get the bus to town and get off at Singleton hospital, where you can catch the No4 bus direct to the ground. This bus runs between Singleton and Morristown hospitals passing the ground. A day rover ticket for the bus... More
If you get the bus to town and get off at Singleton hospital, where you can catch the No4 bus direct to the ground. This bus runs between Singleton and Morristown hospitals passing the ground. A day rover ticket for the bus costs £4.20 and can be used for as many trips as you like on the day