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Fresh Modern Cuisine


With a breathtaking view of Rhossili Bay

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Fresh Modern Cuisine


With a breathtaking view of Rhossili Bay

 

RHOSSILI bay

Sitting at the most westerly point of the Gower Peninsular, Rhossili Bay bears the full might of the Atlantic swells. The three miles of uninterrupted sand are towered over by Rhossili Downs, and framed by the iconic Worms Head.

 
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The perfect place to cool-off or cosy-up!

Sit inside or out and enjoy the incredible view of the bay.

Eat.Meet.relax


The perfect place to cool-off or cosy-up!

Sit inside or out and enjoy the incredible view of the bay.

'The Bay' sits at the top of Rhossili cliffs, overlooking the steep rise of Rhossili Downs to the right, and the sweeping sand of Rhossili Bay to the left. Its charming beachy décor features stripped back tables, painted chairs and boasts an eclectic mix of gifts that can’t help but catch your eye. 

Thank you so much for the lovely food. Can’t wait to come back!
— Katherine Jenkins

Today’s modern yet charming take on the classic tearooms it once was, fits right in! Once you’ve made yourself comfortable, you’ll never want to leave. 

It's laid-back vibe entices those who are looking for real food and a warm welcome as part of their Rhossili experience. Walkers, children, dogs and bikers spill in all year round to enjoy a  the best coffee, food thats made fresh every day in house and a break from the elements. 

On our honeymoon and can’t stay away!
— Daniel & Nicky

'The Bay' is seconds away from Rhossili’s National Trust car park, and a few metres from the village bus stop. Open all year round for breakfast and lunch. Evening meals are served during high season (July – September). 

about the owners

Sue & Paul

Fuelled with a passion to surround themselves with beautiful things, husband and wife duo Sue and Paul were quick to jump at the chance of owning their own cafe in their home village of Rhossili when the opportunity arose in 2005. Not believing for a second that their offer would be accepted, their lives changed overnight when their dream became a reality! Quickly they became on-the-job foodies, and it wasn't long before the 'The Bay' established a name for itself with tourists and locals alike. Today, it also boasts a lovely gallery selling beautiful gifts, homewares and consumables inspired by the sea, and has become Rhossili's go-to hangout for refuelling, relaxing and shopping.

Excellent food and friendly, helpful owners. It’s all part of our holiday to come here.
— Mervyne & Janice Southport

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