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Popular holiday rental amenities in Llangennith
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The Weather in Llangennith
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Check out the climate diagram for Llangennith. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Llangennith
In Llangennith, bed & breakfast rentals are the most prevalent accommodation option. The average size of bed & breakfast rentals in Llangennith is 19 m², with an average price of £104 per night. Furthermore, these rentals are usually a great option if you're going in a group of 2, as that is the average number of holidaymakers that bed & breakfast rentals can welcome in Llangennith. House rentals are the other most typical type of accommodation in Llangennith. These properties cost £151 a night , on average, and have an average size of 30 m².
Explore the Gower Peninsula with a Llangennith Holiday Rental
The small village of Llangennith, on Wales’ beautiful Gower Peninsula, has become one of the UK’s surfing meccas. Popular with families and couples looking not only to surf, but also to explore stunning natural beaches and the unspoilt scenery of the Gower Peninsula, it’s the perfect place to take a self-catering holiday, with plenty of excellent accommodation and comfortable holiday cottage options.
Accommodation in and around Llangennith includes traditional stone holiday cottages, charmingly renovated barns and stables, large lets for groups and stylish apartments with sea views. All of the accommodation in this small village offers easy access to both the water and the natural beauty all around. You’ll also find a choice of guest house and B&B accommodation in Llangennith.
How to get to Llangennith?
How to Get to Llangennith
Those arriving by rail should travel to Swansea Railway Station. Direct trains arrive in Swansea from London and Manchester. From Swansea it’s possible to reach Llangennith by bus in one hour, with a change at Llanrhidian. Once in the village of Llangennith most accommodation is accessible on foot.
Those arriving by car from the North should take the M5 from Birmingham, followed by the M4 from Bristol to Swansea. Those driving from the Southeast can pick up the M4 at London. From Swansea take the B4271 all the way to Llangennith.
The peninsula is well served by a local bus network, although car rental and bike hires are popular ways to get about.
Where are the unique attractions in Llangennith?
Natural Attractions in and around Llangennith
Llangennith’s top attractions are found in the natural landscape that surrounds the village, from the sandy beaches to the green heart of the Gower Peninsula.
The northern end of Rhossili Bay is just one mile from Llangennith village centre. This award-winning beach stretches all along the western edge of the peninsula. Regularly voted as the most beautiful beach in Wales, it’s also been named Best Beach in the UK and even Best Beach in Europe; it’s the perfect place to surf, swim, sunbathe and take stock. Less well known is Blue Pool Bay, just one mile north of Llangennith this picturesque bay is only accessible by foot.
Head east to discover more of Gower's charms including Arthur’s Stone, a Neolithic tomb in Reynoldston and Culver Hole Cave at Port Eynon.
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