The King Arthur Hotel Reynoldston - Accommodation Review
The King Arthur Hotel Reynoldston is the perfect base for a short break in Gower. It is a short 10 minute drive from the glorious coastline – or you could walk from here if you chose to arrive by public transport/taxi.
The hotel has a peaceful location nestling under Cefn Bryn – the highest point on the Gower Peninsula.
The pub is popular with locals, so you might want to specify a table in the restaurant for dinner rather than the bar.
There is a garden to the front of the hotel, which is popular with locals in good weather, but there is a small, quieter garden area at the back of the hotel which is available for residents to use.
There is a varied restaurant menu with a choice of specials. Try the panko prawns with lime mayonnaise!
The hotel has 18 bedrooms situated above the restaurant/bar or in the quieter annex, which was our choice. There are also four holiday cottages which might make a more flexible choice if you are travelling with children.
The annex rooms had been recently redecorated when we visited (2021). Our room (18) had a pretty Juliette balcony looking out onto fields.
For ideas on what to do during your stay in Gower, click on the link below to read my previous post.