The Greyhound Inn, Oldwalls
A warm, welcoming, Family Friendly Pub
The Greyhound is a traditional 19th century inn with a welcoming atmosphere. There is a well-stocked bar offering real ales from our very own Gower Brewery. An extensive bar menu is served from noon until 9pm Monday to Saturday and 3pm to 9pm Sundays. From 12.00 until 2.30pm on Sundays a traditional roast dinner is served, with the option of a vegetarian alternative. The food is home-cooked and, wherever possible, locally sourced. Specials at the Greyhound regularly include locally caught sea bass and Gower saltmarsh lamb. Our two function rooms are available for hire for a range of events. Please ask for Chris or Emily and they will provide you with further details.
The Kings Head, Llangennith
A beautiful, rural, country Inn with four star accommodation.
A row of three 17th century buildings behind a splendid rough stone wall make up the Kings Head which stands opposite the largest church on the Gower peninsula in the coastal village of Llangennith. From the village there is easy access to Llangennith beach, where the sand stretches to Rhosilli, nearly four miles away.
The King’s Head has been owned and managed by the Stevens family since the 1980s. In the olde worlde character bars, with beams and exposed stone, an impressive variety of food is served nearly all of it home-made and based on fresh Welsh produce.
The Kings Head has a large selection of Real Ales, up to 7 at any one time, nearly all produced at our own Brewery. The bar also boasts possibly one of the largest collection of malt whiskies outside Scotland (with over 100 available) and they're all personally collected from Scotland (with the exception of our local Penderyn Whisky).
The Ship Inn, Port Eynon
A Cozy, Local Pub
A recently refurbished pub with rustic seafaring decor, The Ship Inn promises excellent service. With gastro dining in the bar and lounge, and a range of Gower Brewery Real Ales on offer.
The Rake & Riddle, Penclawdd
Having obtained the lease for the Berthlwyd/ Sea Garden in November 2016 Chris & Emily Mabbett wanted to create a new dining experience for the area. They decided that the name for the pub needed to have local influence and so were inspired by the cockle industry. The Rake and Riddle are the traditional cockle gathering tools that have been used for over a century in the village of Penclawdd. Their objective was to combine modern flavours with traditional quality with emphasis on using local produce.
Renovation work began in early December 2016 where extensive work was carried out inside and out, creating a relaxed, welcoming interior and a fantastic outside space, perfect for families. Work is now complete with a sports bar and pizzeria having opened in May 2017 along with a beer garden and children’s play area.