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The village of Reynoldston

Arthur's Stone on Cefn Bryn, with views over the Loughor Estuary.

Reynoldston is situated on the Western slopes of Cefn Bryn, in the heart of Gower. It is thought to have derived its name from one of the early Lords of Gower, Reginald de Breos.

Reynoldston is the intersection of North and South Gower and has the advantage of sharing the views of both landscapes. From the top of Cefn Bryn, the second highest point on Gower and whose prominent skyline dominates most of the views, you can wonder at the breathtaking scenery.

On a clear day, you can not only see the coastline of the peninsula, but over the Bristol Channel to Lundy Island, Devon and Exmoor, North towards the Brecon Beacons and West to Carmarthenshire.

Arthur's Stone pictured above is a Neolithic tomb. There are many legends and tales associated with it. One in particular speaks of a local miller, who cut a piece off the stone to use as a millstone, but once it was apart, was too heavy to move. The separated piece has laid in its fallen state since.
Another legend mentions that the stone was a pebble in King Arthur's boot. once he had removed it from his boot, he threw it across the water and it came to land on Cefn Bryn. Watch out if you are around on Old Year's Night (New Year's Eve). The stone is supposed to get up and go down to the sea for a drink!

The village also has a strong connection with the Lucas family who have been part of Gower for 500 years. They built Stouthall and had strong connections with the Salt House at Port Eynon and the Old Rectory in Rhossili. Stouthall can be seen as the grand country house at the Southern end of Reynoldston towards Knelston.
(A good book to read is A Gower Family by Robert Lucas, ISBN 0 86332 126 7)


Cefn Bryn is a common. which means that any farmers that have Commoner's Rights on the Bryn can graze their animals there. Horses, cows and sheep wander freely over the common ... and the road. Please take care when driving, too many four-legged lives are lost each year and it is not always through the driver's negligence. A dark animal, stepping out suddenly in front of a car on a dark night, just simply cannot be seen, so please, SLOW DOWN.
Bed & Breakfast and Hotel Rooms
Click to enlarge Burry Farm Cottage, Burry, Reynoldston: more
Double room with king sized bed, ensuite shower, TV, Tea/coffee , WIFI. Own entrance price includes a continental breakfast delivered to your room. Perfect for wedding guests and short stays. Quiet location. £65-£75 per room. To book email or phone Marian 01792 391018
Click to enlarge Hills Court, Reynoldston: more
Large modern farmhouse B&B near the centre of Reynoldston. Three spacious en-suite rooms with king size beds. Private guest lounge/dining room. No smoking, no pets. Drying room, storage for bikes/boards. Phone Jill on 01792 390882 or email
Click to enlarge Green Bank Cottage, Burry, Reynoldston: more
One self-contained twin room with en-suite facilities and private entrance.  Set in the heart of Gower, providing easy access to both the North and South coasts.  Generous continental breakfast. No smoking or pets. Phone 01792 391175 or email jeffreys.margaret@btinternet.com
Click to enlarge White Stile, Knelston, Nr. Reynoldston: more
4* B&B with beautiful countryside views, central location to all beaches & footpaths. Spacious double with kingsize bed & en-suite shower. Guest dining room with view, warm welcome. Ample parking. 01792 390922 or email.
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Hennyswell Farm, Reynoldston: more
B&B in our character farm cottage with stone walls, wood burning stove and oak flooring, sleeps up to 5 (1 double, 1 twin). Quiet location on the outskirts of Reynoldston. Large garden, great countryside views. Pets welcome. Phone Jacky on 01792 391051 or 07791 781004
Click to enlarge Fairyhill, near Reynoldston: more
Iconic Georgian house converted into a five star hotel. 8 luxurious en suite bedrooms. Stylish bar and lounge. Award winning restaurant. Log fires. Listed grounds, breathtaking views. Renowned as one of best properties on Gower.
Self Catering  
Click to enlarge Brook Cottage, Burry: more
Rural idyll situated in the heart of Gower in a very quiet lane. Sleeps 5, (3 bedrooms; 1 double, 1 twin, 1 single). Large enclosed country garden. Price all inclusive, bed linen and towels provided. No smoking. Phone 01792 390787 or email
Click to enlarge Blackheath Cottage, Reynoldston: more
Cosy stone cottage on quiet lane in village, overlooking stream, secure gardens, 2 min walk to local pub/restaurant. Sleeps up to 5, Sky TV, modern kitchen. Easy reach all beaches and beauty spots of Gower with great walking/cycling. Phone Chris & Phil 01234 823645 email
Click to enlarge Burry Farm Cottage, Burry, Reynoldston: more
New farm cottage, in quiet rural setting. Character stone walls & beams.  Sleeps 6; family room (1 double bed, 2 single beds & cot) and a double. Bed linen & towels provided. 10 minutes to beaches. Free WiFi. Pets welcome by arrangement. Phone Marian 01792 391018 or email
Click to enlarge Little Hill End Stables, Reynoldston: more
Beautiful, quality barn conversion set in a secluded lane in the heart of Gower. Sleeps 4 (1 double, 1 twin or two doubles). Both en-suite. Exposed beams. Log burning stove. No smoking or pets. Phone 01792 391126 or email
Click to enlarge The Cottage, Frogmore, Reynoldston: more
Secluded, detached cottage with large gardens, situated on Frogmore Common. Sleeps 6 (2 Doubles, 1 Twin). Ample parking, Internet access, 10 minutes from Reynoldston Village (P.Office & pub/ restaurant). Sorry no pets or smoking.Tel 01792 207923 mob.07970 021 977 or email.
Click to enlarge Burry Longhouse, Burry Green, Reynoldston: more
Period style 15th century longhouse, sleeping up to 5 (1 double, 1 twin). Open fire, exposed beams. Bed linen & towels. Full central heating. All inclusive. Pets by arrangement. Phone 01792 390035 or email
Click to enlarge Burry Cottage, Burry Green, Reynoldston: more
Traditional half-timbered barn conversion, sleeping up to 3 (1 kingsize bed, 1 foldaway bed). Feature fireplace with coal effect stove, exposed beams. Bed linen & towels. Electric heating. All inclusive. Pets by arrangement. Phone 01792 390035 or email
Gower cottages - Click to enlarge The Old Vicarage, Llandewi, Reynoldston: more
A magnificent country house in the heart of Gower. Beautifully restored with full modern amenities; 5 bedrooms (3 en suite), conservatory, gated access to grounds of 1 acre. Roaring fires, light filled rooms, ideally located to enjoy the wonderful beaches & countryside.
Gower cottages - Click to enlarge The Granary, Reynoldston: more
Award winning restoration –  high quality ensuite accommodation for 4 (1 double,1 twin/double both ensuite & cot.   Outdoor pool, beautiful garden, wood stove, panoramic views. Great location short walk to pub and post office. Phone 01792 390861 / 07971 607233 or email
Gower cottages - Click to enlarge The Meadows, Knelston, Reynoldston: more
Renovated 1877 school house. Large family kitchen. Sleeps 5/6 in 3 bedrooms (1king, 1 double, 1 single, 1pullout). 2 bathrooms. Convenient for all beaches. Pets by arrangement. Bed linen & towels provided. Email: themeadows77@gmail.com. Phone 07944 281956.
Gower cottages - Click to enlarge Lower Shop, Reynoldston: more
A converted former village shop, offering two bedrooms and an open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge area. This is a perfect location for four people wanting a holiday in the heart of Gower. Contact: Martin & Alison Holland 01792 386463. Email: martinajholland@gmail.com
Gower cottages - Click to enlarge Rushbrook Cottage, Reynoldston: more
Cosy 3 bedroom cottage with logs fires, wifi and Sky found on Reynoldston Green close to the village pub and close to all of Gower's beaches and coastline.
Click to enlarge Belvedere, Reynoldston: more
18th century detached cottage in private gardens with views across to Devon, nestled on the edge of Cefn Bryn with good access to local walks. Sleeps up to 7 (3 bedrooms). Full C/H. Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. 40” Freeview TV. WiFi. Pets by arrangement.
Click to enlarge The Coach House, Fairyhill, near Reynoldston: more
18th century detached cottage in private gardens with views across to Devon, nestled on the edge of Cefn Bryn with good access to local walks. Sleeps up to 7 (3 bedrooms). Full C/H. Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove. 40” Freeview TV. WiFi. Pets by arrangement.
Churches and Chapels
Amenities in Reynoldston (for other amenities in Gower and the local area, please click here)
Places to eat and drink

The King Arthur, Reynoldston - 390775
Fairyhill, Reynoldston - 390139

General amenities Reynoldston Post Office and shop (Main post office for Gower) 390110
Opening times: (please see Gower directory)

Please view the area map, to get your bearings and familiarise yourself with the roads.  Below are the approximate travelling times by car to the various villages.  To view their facilities, please click on the specific village page (where applicable) or view the complete directory.


mins by car
mins by car
Bishopston (and Kittle, Murton)
Penclawdd (and Blue Anchor, Cilonnen, Crofty, Llanmorlais, Welshmoor, Wernffrwd)
Penmaen (and Nicholaston)
Pennard (and Southgate)
Port Eynon (and Overton, Scurlage)
Llanmadoc (and Cheriton, Cwm Ivy)
Reynoldston (and Burry, Burry Green, Knelston, Llandewi)
Llanrhidian (and Cilibion, Oldwalls)
Rhossili (and Middleton, Pilton Green, Pitton)
Mumbles (and Langland)
Oxwich (and Slade)
Three Crosses
Parkmill (and Ilston, Llethryd, Lunnon)
Upper Killay

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