The village of Llangennith or "Llangenydd" is in West Gower.
The village of Llangennith or “Llangenydd” (meaning Church of St Cenydd) nestles between the slopes of three hills; Llanmadoc Hill, Rhossili Down and Hardingsdown. The latter is the smallest of the red sandstone hills and has a number of iron age earthworks on its slopes.
Llangennith is a popular destination with families and surfers (it even has its own surf shop). Even before surfing became popular, the sea was the focal point of the village, given its setting at the foot of the hills. There must be as many tales involving shipwrecks and smuggling in Llangennith, as exists for their neighbours in Horton and Port Eynon or Brandy Cove, Bishopston.
The church in Llangennith is the largest in Gower and is believed to have evolved from St Cenydd’s Priory, founded in the 6th century and hence giving its name to the village.
Beautiful stone barn conversion sleeping 2 in one double galleried bedroom. No smokers, pets by arrangement. Bed linen and towels provided. 5 mins walk to Llangennith beach.
Small private seating area in front of barn Suitable for a romantic break.
A tranquil historic hideaway, Plum Cottage sits in beautiful gardens on the site of the ancient Priory behind the church in Llangennith. Old stone walls, beamed ceilings and contemporary touches provide the perfect holiday/romantic retreat for couples..
Sleeps up to 2 people, fully equipped kitchen, bedding & towels provided, wet room/toilet, lounge area, wood burning stove, deck seating/BBQ area, parking, pets by arrangement, centrally located in village with good access to local beach and pub, free WiFi, Freeview TV.
A perfect beach house. 17th C converted stone stable set on 10-acre property. 2 mins from beach. Full of character & charm. Log burner. 2 bedrooms, upstairs sitting room. All modern conveniences. Gardens galore & private BBQ area. Sleeps 4.or 5
Look no further – our semi detached cottage offers stunning panoramic views out over the beautiful Gower coastline. Gorgeous welcome pack on arrival. 3 nights minimum, with prices all inclusive of bed linen & towels (except beach towels).
This charming, ‘chocolate box’ cottage, surrounded by a pretty cottage garden, is only 1/4 of a mile from Llangennith beach. It sleeps up to 5 people with 2 bedrooms, kitchen/diner, lounge, bathroom and full central heating. Bed linen and towels provided. Pets welcome.
Sleeps up to 6 people, fully equipped kitchen, bedding and towels provided, washing machine, wet room, lounge area, wood burning stove, deck seating/BBQ area, off road parking, pets by arrangement, centrally located in village with good access to local beach and pub, free wifi, freeview tv.
Situated half a mile from the main beach, this 100 year old farmhouse has three rooms (2 doubles and 1 family room). Charges from £35 per person per night (off season, based on 2 sharing) variable price for children. Well behaved dogs welcome
The Chaffhouse is a large, warm and welcoming cottage on a working farm near Llangennith. Sleeps 10 people.
Perfect for groups and families. Open all year. Pets very welcome.
Hardingsdown Bunkhouse is a warm and welcoming bunkhouse on a working farm near Llangennith that sleeps 12 people. A perfect venue for groups and families to get together, with great facilities and comfy beds for a relaxing stay. Open all year. Pets very welcome
One of Gower’s leading self-catering holiday homes ideal for groups of up to 14 guests. It enjoys six acres of private land and tremendous views of Rhossili Bay, arguably the most coveted spot in Britain’s first designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
Broughton is another enormous sandy beach in North Gower, on the end of the Loughor Estuary. A great place for the dogs to have a long run.
Blue Pool Bay (Bluepool Corner as it is marked on OS map) can only be reached on foot and it lays 1Km West of Broughton.
The beach itself lies at the Western end of Rhossili Bay and is a sandy, sprawling beach backing onto sand dunes. Very popular with surfers.
This 12th century church is on the site of a 6th century llan, or churchyard, which retains the original circular footprint. The floor was raised and the interior subjected to careful Victorian remodelling. In the south wall are the remains of a medieval doorway to the cloisters of the adjoining monastery/priory, and in the rear of the chancel arch is evidence of a rood-stair.
Please view the area map below to get your bearings and familiarise yourself with the roads. The table shows the approximate travelling times by car, from Llangennith, to the various villages.
Map of the Gower Peninsula
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