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Castle is just ruins with no information boards (worth printing out their official webpage to take). However, fabulous views of the bay make the walk worthwhile.
We parked at the golf course, signage for the official walking route is very poor but the direct route...More
This castle is on the edge of a cliff overlooking the river valley that runs down to Three Cliffs bay. It’s a lovely place to visit as part of a coastal walk. It’s a small ruin so won’t take long to look round.
No visit to the Gower is complete without walking across to the breathtaking views from Pennard Castle, access via golf course and marked paths, the views from the front of the castle are to be seen and marvelled at, access to the beach via wide...More
Lovely ruins of a castle, with beautiful views and over-friendly cattle. It overlooks the beach of which you can reach using foot paths. Has no clear/ marked carpark but can easily park in the village. Beware of golfers!
We stopped off here briefly on our way to the beach and it was a great place to visit. The journey to the castle from the road involves walking through a golf course but this is easily navigated and not as issue. There is not...More
There's not much left of the castle and no info boards so I don;t know anything about it, but the views from the castle are amazing with good walks over to the end of the headland through a golf course.
There are few words to describe the views from Pennard Castle, down across Three Cliffs Bay, parking in one of the side street opposite the common/ golf course and follow the white stone marked path across the common, pass the ww2 water tower and you...More
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Its a ruin so entry is free& uncontrolled and it's always open - on a public footpath so dogs welcome, but I think dogs might not be permitted on the beach below in the summer months so do check. Might just be the beaches... More
Its a ruin so entry is free& uncontrolled and it's always open - on a public footpath so dogs welcome, but I think dogs might not be permitted on the beach below in the summer months so do check. Might just be the beaches nearer the city where there are restrictions.