Overlooking Langland Bay, and by far the most majestic, it peers over the cliffs, sandy beaches and mountains. Situated in a lush garden, right next to the fabulous Langland golf course.
It was built in the mid-nineteenth century and backing on to the Newton Cliffs.
Built in the Scottish Baronial style by the Crawshay family, the Merthyr Tydfil Ironmasters.
The family used as their summer residence. In the first part of the 20th century it later became part of the Langland Bay Hotel, and later again the Club Union Convalescent Home for coal miners.
After a period of closure it has been renamed Langland Bay Manor and been converted into 27 luxury apartments.