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Clifftop Hotel with 17 ensuite bedrooms and stunning views set in surrounding land protected by the National Trust in the village of Rhossili on the Westernmost tip of the Gower Peninsula. Ideal for all outdoor pursuit activities and relaxation.
Lovely hotel , stunning views from our room. Table booked for 7 pm , and the food and service was great on a busy evening. Had LAMB shank, my partner had the duck , both were very tasty and filling Looking forward to staying there...More
After walking down to see the Wyrm, we decided to stop for a light lunch at the Wormshead Hotel. We were NOT disappointed. It was gorgeous, as was the views. Make the time to stop, you won't be wasting time but enjoying it.
Fantastic views, we arrived in sunshine and everywhere we looked was simply stunning but even in the wind and rain you couldn’t help but stare at the dramatic scenes!
Our room was very big but not particularly well furnished, lacking a coffee table which would...More
This was our first time staying at the Worms Head Hotel though we had eaten at the restaurant in other years. Our room was large with a king-size bed (unusual for the UK), comfortable arm chairs and a full bath.
Every room has a good...More
Walked the Gower to eat here on a cold blustery day. No dogs allowed inside in spite of both bar and restaurant being almost empty. Were sent outside in high winds to eat. My husband had chicken curry, I had four bean chilli, served tepid...More
Yes there is a chip shop in Seahouses which will do gluten free fish and chips, they told me they could do it when they were not too busy, i.e. not on a bank holiday or busy weekend. We went on a weekday and it was fine... More
Yes there is a chip shop in Seahouses which will do gluten free fish and chips, they told me they could do it when they were not too busy, i.e. not on a bank holiday or busy weekend. We went on a weekday and it was fine. It was the one on the roundabout in the centre of the village, sorry I can't remember the name of it but it was NOTthe one the Hairy Bikers recommend. We had a very good meal and service.