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Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Take a city tour by day and escape to the country to relax in your camper van. Park up and relax. Living turns into sleeping. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax. Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping. Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax.Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping.Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax.Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping. Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

Morning VW Camper Hire For Your Perfect holiday

Park up and relax.Space for you all to relax. Living turns into sleeping. Pop the roof for extra sleeping space. More »

 

Recommendations – Gower

Back in 1956 the Gower was designated as the UK’s First Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it hasn’t changed much since then. On our first visit to the Gower we were lucky enough to come across a fantastic campsite, which had a relaxed, family feel about it.

Kennexstone Camping and Touring Park  can be found in Llangennith, set in the heart of the beautiful Gower Peninsula. This is a very well maintained site based on a working organic farm with plenty of flat, lush green grassy pitches and very clean, good quality toilet and shower facilities. Anthony, the friendly, helpful owner was only too happy to chat to us and suggest places to go in the local area including pointing us in the right direction for the local pub.

The Britannia Inn at Llanmadoc is an 18th century pub situated an easy one mile walk from the site along a quiet country road. The food is excellent and on warmer, sunnier days there’s nothing better than sitting outside with a refreshing pint of cider enjoying the awe inspiring views over the Loughor Estuary.

Other pubs in the area, which are worth a visit but require a quick trip in the van include The Kings Head Inn  in Llangennith and The Greyhound Inn  at Llanrhidian.

Rex & Dave's Travels


The Kings Head is a 17th century inn with a lively but friendly atmosphere and it seems to be the place where surfers and walkers end up after a busy day in the great outdoors. The Greyhound Inn is a welcoming 19th century inn and is home to Gower Brewery, which produces hand crafted ales of the highest standard using traditional methods. Both pubs serve well priced, good quality food.

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