Fishing at LLangenith

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  1. VWDubfish

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    Hi just joined. Hope to be fishing Llangenith beach this weekend. Good campsite at Bank Farm for a tenner with shower and toilets and only 200yds to the Kings Head pub. Only ten pitches but for a bit of peace and stunning views of Rhossili sand dunes can't be beaten. Good surfing, kite and wind surfing:thumb:
     
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    Hi:thumb:

    Just tryed googling but it only comes up with a monster site for Banks Farm, 10 pitches and views of Rossilli sound way better:thumb:
     
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    Very nice place the beach is something else not what you expect to find on your first visit. The pub is great for food as well.

    Like to go again myself

    Lampie
     
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    But where exactly is it:cry:


    We were down that way September and didn't see that site, we did go to Rossilli and parked/went for a walk and would have loved to stay around but the nearest site we could find was some way away and a CL (CC I think) with restricted access.
     
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    Its the Kings head INN at LLangenith, not the one at South Gate
    The Banks head farm Llangenith is just a bit north west of that straight up Burrows Lane.

    Its a small site

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    Sorry there are two N's in LLANGENNITH
     
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    i love ScotJimland's signature.:ROFLMAO:
     
  11. matthew123

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    Bank Farm

    Bank Farm is in Horton on the the South Gower road and the kings Head is in Llangenith on the North Gower road. Two totally different places. Both very nice and well worth a visit. Both good for fishing also
     
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    The Bank Farm you are looking for is in Llangennith. Go through the village with Kings Head on your right. At mini rbt go straight over towards Broughton Bay. Site is on the left about 100yds after the rbt.

    It's a Caravan & Camping Club site and when quiet is very nice. Lovely views, shower and toilet.

    Postcode, if it helps is SA3 1JB. :thumb:
     
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    I hope they have found it by now, this thread is over 3 years old. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    But thanks anyway, I just looked it up and the area looks lovely. :thumb:
     
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    So it is.... :Doh: Oh well, might be useful for someone. :thumb:
     
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    It is useful. I have just been scanning the area on satillite and it does look nice. As the others have said, if you dodge the massive sites there seems to be a couple of small ones tucked away in the area. Lovely looking coastline too.
     
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    last time i went to llangennith we stopped in the pub carpark . mind that was in the 70s -80,s . great surf .
    mind we also used to stop at the end of the road at llanmadoc . nice walk down to the beach . might have to sit and watch the tide come in . be carefull it does come in fast.
    lovely area.
     
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