Western House Bed and Breakfast is a small family run business situated in the picturesque village of Llangennith. The village is located at the western edge of the spectacular Gower Peninsula. The area is famed for its outstanding coastline and majestic beaches and is popular with walkers, climbers and surfers. The house is located about half a mile from the main beach and just down the road from the village pub “The King’s Head”.
The accommodation is uniquely decorated and was featured on the S4C programme “Four Walls”. There are three guest rooms, and all rooms are en-suite, have colour televisions and tea/coffee making facilities. Your room is a very comfortable family room which has a double bed and a single.
Breakfast comprises a full cooked breakfast. As well as vegetarian option being offered. More adventurous guests may want to sample the local laverbread (seaweed). Try our free range eggs.
Surfing / Walking;
The Gower Peninsula, Wales’ Premier surfing area is ideally located to receive swells generated by mid and South Atlantic low pressure systems. The rugged scenic coastline offers a wide variety of breaks – all with sheltered bays providing coves when smugglers rode in on 150 years ago. These bays have untold secrets for the dedicated surfer to find.
The local beach Llangennith Beach (Rhossili Bay) is the indicator beach for the Gower area. Llangennith picks up just about any swell hitting the South Wales coast. With three miles of beach Llangennith remains relatively uncrowded and is surfable at any stage of the tide.
There are three surf schools that operate on the local beach: Welsh Surfing Federation Surf School. For an up to the minute surf heck please use the web-cam at: Llangennith Surf Cam. For local board hire please visit PJ’s Surf Shop.
We only accept couples if possible, single people will be charged at £50 per night..