King Arthur Hotel

Located at the heart of village life in Reynoldston on the famous Gower peninsula, the King Arthur is a true country Inn, hotel & award-winning wedding venue.

Recently named as The Times ‘Top cosy pub in the UK’, the King Arthurs charming ambience is hard to beat. With exposed beams, nautical artifacts and a roaring open fire, the hotel is brimming with over 150 years of character and history.

A warm welcome and country comforts await those looking to relax and unwind in a friendly pub atmosphere.


We have a dining space to suit every occasion- A stylish restaurant, two bars and if the weather allows, a spacious beer garden with views of the village green. Here you will often find Gower ponies, sheep and cows grazing around the common land whilst you enjoy a cold drink in the sunshine.

An extensive menu caters for a wide variety of needs using locally sourced Welsh produce. The daily specials include seasonal game, locally caught fish and vegetarian/ vegan options.


Renowned for its wide selection of beer on offer, you can choose from no less than five real ales, along with a wide range of gins, whiskies, Welsh liqueurs, and spirits.

In the winter, cosy up in front of the roaring open fire with a hot toddy or two..


Sleep well in one of our 18 comfy bedrooms and wake to a delicious breakfast in the restaurant.

Our charming 18th century Guinevere’s cottage offers a truly unique stay for those looking for a little more room.

If you are looking to explore Gower for a little longer, stay in one of the five-star cottage apartments situated next to the main hotel, for the ultimate luxury getaway. There are four to choose from, each beautifully decorated in a country coastal style and dog friendly too!


A popular wedding venue since 2003, the spectacular oak beamed venue ‘Avalon’ is a special place to say ‘I do’ with stunning gardens & grounds to compliment it.

Also, a popular choice for conferences, parties, baby showers and afternoon teas, whatever the celebration, make it a memorable one at the King Arthur.



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