King's Head Inn

Llangennith, Gower, Llangennith, Gower Peninsula, Southern Wales, Wales, SA3 1HX, United Kingdom | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Llangennith

More Coastal walks and Quaint Fishing Villages

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver


... the Taw River and Estuary. The estuary seems to be a least a mile wide. It's low tide and we leave the marked trail to enjoy a walk along the beach. After a while the sand gets too soft, it starts to rain and blow so we give up and head up a trail inland. According to the map nearly all the trails end up at the car park. However the map didn't take into account all the sheep and cattle trails, not to mention the portion of the park ...


A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver


... That means we have huge French doors that open to a railing. There's nothing between us and the sea but air. We can watch the tides come and go. Gulls, Jackdaw and sparrows fly by almost within arms reach. The cries of the Gulls are eerie. Sometimes they sound like cats, or babies or an unknown animal in pain. Out the south window is the town of Ilfracombe, a ...


A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver


... Wen in the BBC series, Doc Martin. We love Doc Martin and it's on the way. We park in a lot half a mile from the harbor and walk down a steep slope. At the bottom there's no signs so we go right. We end up at another, cheaper car park and a sign that says to take the coastal trail half a mile to the left. The walk is lovely and we enjoy wandering the narrow alleys filled with shops and restaurants. We check ...

Wales camping

A travel blog entry by bernieb


... about.
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!!

All good things must come to an end

A travel blog entry by calicait


... but who knows when that will be. I'm not going to say goodbye, because that just puts an end to things. I remember Jacci saying that she loves how the British say "see you in a bit", because it makes you feel like you will actually see that person later. It's reassuring. So on that note, I would like to use this phrase that I have heard so often from my Welsh and English friends.
See you in a bit, my friends.
And see you in a bit, Carmarthen.


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This inn, located on Llangennith, Gower, Llangennith, is near Rhossili Bay, Llangennith Beach, Bishopston Valley, and Weobley Castle.
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