Places to Eat in Gower
The Greyhound is a traditional 19th century inn with a welcoming atmosphere. There is a well-stocked bar offering three or four real ales; with Bass, Hancock's HB and London Pride as the regulars and a guest ale in addition to this. An extensive bar menu is served from noon until 9pm Monday to Saturday and 3pm to 9pm Sundays. From 12.30 until 2.30pm on Sundays a traditional roast dinner is served, with the option of a vegetarian alternative.
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 award-winning restaurant at Fairyhill has a reputation for excellence with food-lovers who keep returning to savour the inspiring menus and imaginative use of local produce. Low food miles have always been on the menu at Fairyhill and no journey could be shorter than that bringing seasonal vegetables from our very own walled garden or fresh eggs courtesy of our own much-loved ducks.