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Oxwich Bay

Perched high on the sand, just a stone’s throw from the water, Beach House feels as though it’s been washed ashore and weathered over time. Soaking in all of its natural setting, the essence of Beach House is firmly rooted in the Gower, from the rugged stone walls, through to the food on the plate. Nothing is taken for granted and everything is carefully considered.

The freshest local produce, whether reared, caught, picked or grown, is served through each season, as Beach House delivers a refined dining experience overlooking the iconic Oxwich Bay.

A little bit about

Beach House

Head Chef Hywel Griffith opened the Beach House doors in 2016, bringing this old coal house on the shore of Oxwich Beach to life. Since opening, the restaurant has become a true food destination on the Gower. Its rugged stone walls and beautiful interiors reflect its iconic coastal location backed by the giant dunes of Oxwich, the Cefyn Bryn ridge and Three Cliffs Bay.

Hywel’s food showcases the full flavour of our produce from across Wales and right here on our doorstep in the Gower. The restaurant has won numerous awards for the quality of the food, including 3 AA Rosettes, and a coveted Michelin Star which it has held since 2020.


Our management team

Chef Director Hywel Griffith and Restaurant Manager Megan Rust are the key faces at Beach House.

Welsh-speaking Hywel hails from Bethesda, North Wales, and throughout his career, he’s worked at some of the most prestigious restaurants across the UK. He opened Beach House in 2016, and earned a Michelin Star in 2020. He regularly features on tv and at events, and twice won the Welsh regional heats in BBC1s Great British Menu in 2020 and 2021.