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Mumbles

Mumbles, often coming high up on any list of best places to live in Wales and is also home to more places to eat, drink, snack, or just eat the famous Joe’s ice cream that can be included here!

Covering every price point and ranging from fish and chips, pizza, French, Italian and Asian to burgers, pub grub, seafish and fine dining, Mumbles has something for everyone.

Work up a thirst or appetite by walking along the promenade, up Newton hill to browse the boutique shops, visit Oystermouth Castle or take a ride on The Big Wheel at Mumbles pier – everything Mumbles has to offer can be enjoyed alongside sampling any of the fantastic places to eat and drink that make this a must-do day out on your holiday.

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The Britannia Inn – Llanmadoc

The Britannia Inn, Llanmadoc, is a late 17th Century Inn whose lounge beams are reputed to be from shipwrecks which were “lanterned” ashore by wreckers for their valuable cargo. A traditional bar menu with an extensive specials board is complemented by a restaurant which serves locally sourced Gower Salt Marsh Lamb and Selwyn’s seaweed.

A great range of beers and the recipient of several dining awards, The Britannia also has a pub garden where dogs are welcome.

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Plough & Harrow – Murton

The Plough & Harrow, Murton, has held an AA rosette for culinary excellence for the last 7 years, reflecting its consistently excellent menu that changes throughout the seasons. The restaurant and lounge bar are both great locations to enjoy the food and be sure to look out for their midweek specials!

The Kings Head – Llangennith

The King’s Head Inn, Llangennith, is a row of three 17th century cottages knocked together to create a 4* inn that serves a wide range of food throughout the day.

A breakfast menu is available until 10.30am and food is served throughout the day from midday with a fantastic selection of constantly-changing specials. Part of the bar is dog-friendly and even has a dog menu with canine ice-cream!

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The King Arthur – Reynoldston

The King Arthur, Reynoldston, with its exposed beams, nautical artifacts and a roaring open fire is brimming with over 150 years of character and history. Located on the village green it has one of the most picturesque beer gardens around, especially when the hanging baskets of the pub are in full bloom.

A stylish restaurant and two bars combine with the garden to offer a variety of options for eating and drinking with an extensive menu starting with breakfast and running through to evening dinner and a long specials board.

The Beach House – Oxwich

The Beach House, Oxwich, was once a coal house and converted by Chef Hywel Griffith in 2016 to create what has become the Gower’s first Michelin starred restaurant with a menu that showcases the full flavour of produce from across Wales and right here on our doorstep.

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The Gower Inn – Parkmill

The Gower Inn, Parkmill, has a dog friendly lounge and bar that serve food all day from 12pm and has a large beer garden for sitting outside.

The Ship Inn – Port Eynon

The Ship Inn, Port Eynon, is a family run pub with a distinctly cosy and nautical theme. This most dog friendly of pubs has two bars, a lounge and plenty of outside seating where food is served throughout the day. Make sure you check out the fish counter as it showcases a variety of fresh fish and includes those caught by the landlord – Captain Knox!

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The View – Rhosilli

The View, Rhossili, continues to grow its reputation for locally sourced, innovative dining. Whether a casual visitor seeking exceptional coffee and homemade cakes, or perhaps interested in menus centered around local ingredients, or looking for an extensive gluten-free and vegan offerings, The View covers a lot of bases very well.

Open for breakfast and lunch or just coffee and a cake, this dog friendly venue has one of the best views from the bar and kitchen (with log burner) and outside terrace. Don’t forget to check out the small gift shop and ice-cream parlour at the front of the cottage!

The Beaufort Arms – Kittle

The Beaufort Arms, Kittle, has that classic pub feel and serves classic pub fare with special dining offers throughout the week. Dog friendly with a beer garden and kids play area for when the weather is great and a cozy log fire in the bar for colder days..

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The Joiners Arms – Bishopston

The Joiners Arms, Bishopston, is an 18th century pub that offers traditional bar food with a Caribbean twist. A good atmosphere is always guaranteed, and dogs are welcome inside and out.

The Valley -  Bishopston

The Valley, Bishopston, has been recently refurbished and serves a great Sunday roast. There’s a beer garden to the rear and some seats at the front of the pub that catch the setting sun in summer and dogs are welcome.

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The Joiners Arms – Bishopston

The Joiners Arms, Bishopston, is an 18th century pub that offers traditional bar food with a Caribbean twist. A good atmosphere is always guaranteed, and dogs are welcome inside and out.

The Estuary- Penclawdd

The Estuary, Penclawdd, is a bar with a fantastic menu serving Brunch, Lunch and Tapas daily, a Sunday Lunch option and a good range of Gower Brewed beer.

It also has a GG’s Gelato Parlour on site for that post-walk treat!

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The Rake & Riddle – Penclawdd

The Rake & Riddle, Penclawdd, has based its name on the cockle industry, a local delicacy that they also have on their menu! A family friendly place that welcomes sandy feet and wet hair, so whether you’ve been for a countryside walk or spent the afternoon surfing, they’d love for you to join them.

From a downstairs restaurant, upstairs bar & grill, sports bar and a dog-friendly outside area there are menus which focus on traditional pub favourites with new flavours and an extensive specials board.

The Southgate -  Southgate

The Southgate, Southgate, uses local ingredients wherever possible and has a range of pub classics and Gower ales for the hungry and thirsty! Dogs on a lead are welcome in the bar.

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The Worms Head Hotel – Rhossili

The Worms Head Hotel, Rhossili, is a family run hotel with stunning views of Rhossili Bay and the Worms Head from its bar, restaurant, and garden terrace.

Open throughout the day and into the evening, there are options for everyone, whether that be breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or just a pint whilst taking in the fabulous views! Dogs are permitted on the garden terrace, however are not allowed in the bar and lounge.

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