Morris’ General Store
The red-brick 1838 Morris’ General Store is one of the many still-functioning historic buildings in Swansea.
This centre was a school in the 1860s, but now features local history exhibits and an ancient billiard table.
The 1860 Council Chambers is one of the many still-functioning historic buildings in Swansea.
This trendy little eatery in the main street serves excellent breakfasts and cafe lunches. Out the back there's a boutique wine store...
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Banc showcases fresh east-coast produce in dishes like venison steak, slow-roasted suckling pig and abalone confit with fresh lime mirin. Lazy late breakfasts are served Sunday and Monday.