King's Head Inn

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

    The Pleasantest Spot in Wales

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... pub. We also celebrated Annie's birthday a tad early, with an excellent cake baked special for us by our local Manorbier Castle tea shop.

    Manorbier is one of the few places I fully relax on vacation. While there were places we could have gone to see (many more than we actually got to), I've not felt the same kind of itch as I would have had we been in one of the AirB&B apartments, let alone a hotel room. I've not felt guilty about ...

    Croeso i Gymru

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... were entirely worth the stop, though we didn't stay long in either place.

    There's little else to say about today. Manorbier remains the pleasantest of places, though the castle staff is clearly looking to bring in more money -- a wedding was being held on the grounds just as we were arriving. Of course, part of what makes Manorbier so pleasant are the people and we're very happy to see them again.
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    Rural Wales

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Aug 01, 2014

    After a large, packed campsite in Newport, I am now alone in a field in South Wales, not far from Tenby. I have been here before and found it convenient, particularly as the local bus runs right past the field gate. It is really beautiful with little wooded valleys running down to the sea and many of them have delightful ...

    We Did It!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... br>
    SO MUCH CURSED SAND DOWN AND UPHILL (At one point, I called up to Donnie, “You’ll have to lasso me and pull me up!” His reply: “See you in Mumbles” by which he meant, “Oh, my darling wife, I have no rope and so, alas, cannot help you in the way you and I would both like!!” I speak "heckling" so that's how I knew to translate it that way. How can you have sand dunes going up a cliff so far away from ...

    Now This is More Like It!!

    A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... to rely often on help from people we come across to get to where we’re trying to go. Much more so than depending on the guide book.

    We continued on, bypassing an older couple we had seen at the pub who were chasing a rare butterfly to take pictures of it. They eventually got ahead of us, I don’t know how, because we left them far behind, stalking their prey. We continued to enjoy the amazing vast ocean views, looking over at Devon in ...