The King Arthur Hotel

Higher Green, Swansea, Southern Wales, Wales, SA3 1AD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Day 21

A travel blog entry by bigadventure14

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Woke up to blue skies and drove to Devon arriving around lunch time. Great views across to Wales from our cliffside accomodation. We came here to ride the Lynton to Lynmouth cliff railway but there is a lot more to see and do and we could probably use another day. Roads between these 2 close together villages are ridiculously steep and barely wide enough for one car. You can't get out of first gear in places. Wish I had hired an automatic. The views are definitely worth it ...

More Coastal walks and Quaint Fishing Villages

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

5

... book in 1080. The top of the village is 375 feet above the harbor. No cars are allowed. Deliveries are made by sledge with the assistance of Donkeys if necessary. It has a long history of fishing, smuggling and boating disasters. The coastal trail also runs through here. We visited the village, the fisherman's house and the harbor. There are lots of shops and restaurants. We take the Mouthmill Cove walk. It goes 2 1/2 miles through ...

Ilfrecombe

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

4

Sunday is cool and and wet. We are tired. A good combination for a lazy day. Our apartment is pretty marginal. In many ways it feels like a dorm. But we got it for the location and views and it has both in abundance. Out our living area to the north is Bristol Channel. We can see the Welsh Coastline about 20 miles away when it's clear. We are on the 4th floor and have a ...

Steps

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

4

... The castle itself is a ruin, the walls having fallen into the sea. But the outline of the buildings and partial walls still exist. To get to the great hall you first go back down the 132 steps to the bridge then up 127 on the other side. In fact the castle ruins we see are from 1280 and it is believed Arthur was a Celtic King of the 5th century. No archeological evidence exists to prove he was there but ...

Wales camping

A travel blog entry by bernieb

5

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during the night you could hear the rain dripping on our tent although we didn't get wet, we where cold, saying that what we woke up to in the morning was just fantastic, the view looking over the coastal line where just to die for! With the campsite situated just 50 meters from the beach you cant go far wrong
If you enjoy a good campsite for walks along the coastal paths then this has to be one of them!!
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Location

This hotel, located on Higher Green, Swansea, is near Rhossili Bay, Llangennith Beach, Gower Heritage Centre, and Bishopston Valley.
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