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Full Postal AddressThe Beaufort Arms, 18 Pennard Road, Kittle, SWANSEA, SA3 3JS [Map]
Telephone Number01792 234521Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times11:30-23 MO-SA; 12-22:30 SU
FacilitiesCar Park, Evening Meals, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals

Jim outside the Beaufort Arms, October 1998

A pretty pub situated on the Gower peninsula with efficient, friendly service, popular with locals and the odd visitor such as ourselves. Brains and Crown Buckley beers (now owned by Brains) on offer with maybe a seasonal beer too.

The pub is well known for its food and specialises in fish dishes available all day at weekends and lunchtimes and evening during the week. They also offer sandwiches if you don't fancy a full meal. The bar is very cosy with beamed ceilings and cushioned settles. The landlord has won various awards that are proudly displayed on the dark walls.

While we were there Wales were playing rugby and the pub was full of lively supporters.

A pub full of atmosphere with great beer and friendly service.

The night before Ga and Jo's wedding, June 2005

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