King Arthur Hotel, Reynoldston, Gower, Swansea

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King Arthur Hotel
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Opening Times

The Bar

Breakfast (non-residents) 9am – 11am
Drinks 10am – 11pm
Food 12pm – 9pm
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The Restaurant

Breakfast (residents) 8am – 10am
Food 12pm – 9pm
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Local Info

The village of Reynoldston nestles beneath Cefn Bryn, Gower’s highest point. On a clear day, you can not only see the coastline of the peninsula, but over the Bristol Channel and North towards the Brecon Beacons and West to Carmarthenshire. You can take a sneak peak at this amazing view for your self with this 360° panorama.

Chosen for its classic coastline and outstanding natural environment, Gower was the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) to be designated. Except for the small, urbanised eastern corner, the entire Gower peninsula is an AONB. Complex geology gives a wide variety of scenery in a relatively small area. It ranges from the south coast’s superb carboniferous limestone scenery at Worms Head to the salt-marshes and dune systems in the north. Inland, the most prominent features are the large areas of common, dominated by sandstone heath ridges including the soaring sweep of Cefn Bryn. Secluded valleys have rich deciduous woodland and the traditional agricultural landscape is a patchwork of fields characterised by walls, stone-faced banks and hedgerows.

General Information

These links offer lots of general information about Gower.

Getting around Gower by bus, bike and on foot:

For information about local produce and farmers markets

Gower’s richly varied natural environment of heath, grassland, fresh and saltwater marsh, dunes and oak woodland, is nationally noted. The AONB has three National Nature Reserves, two Local Nature Reserves and many Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Among the many fine natural habitats are the mud-flats and salt-marsh of the Burry Inlet and the flora-rich limestone grasslands. Gower has been settled since prehistoric times and has a high concentration of ancient sites. The western end of the Peninsula is listed in the Register of Landscapes of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales for its Neolithic and Bronze Age features and its surviving medieval open field system. Gower is still traditionally farmed with small, mixed arable livestock and dairying enterprises, many exercising ancient commons grazing rights.

As well as all of this Swansea Bay and Gower are blessed with many award-winning beaches such as Caswell Bay, Port Eynon and the world famous Rhossili Bay. Rhossili was voted best beach in the UK in June 2010 and again in February 2013, along with 3rd best in Europe and 10 best in the world.


Local Attractions

Perriswood Archery & Falconry Centre offering a range of activities all year round.

Clyne Farm Centre offer a huge range of exciting indoor and outdoor activities including horse riding and the worlds muddiest assault course!

Gower Heritage Centre A visitor attraction and rural life museum based around a working 12th century watermill. There are craft shops, craft activities, various play areas, an animal farm & much more.

Gower Coast Adventures offer several boat trips which take in the varied and enticing delights of Gower.

Gower Flight Centre offer birds eye views of the Peninsula from a small aeroplane! 

Welsh Botanical Gardens

Dylan Thomas Birthplace


Surf Schools

PJ’s Surf Shop offer surf reports, surfboard hire and repairs